Mike Gayle

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Born and raised in Birmingham, Mike Gayle is an author, journalist and former agony uncle.  His novels have been translated into more than thirty languages and in 2021, Mike was the recipient of the Outstanding Achievement Award from the Romantic Novelists’ Association. His novel All The Lonely People, was shortlisted for the British Book Awards Book of the Year and it was described by The Guardian as 'A heartbreaking and ultimately uplifting look at isolation.’ 

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Author talk: An evening with Mike Gayle - Free!

Type:Literature

Wednesbury Library, Walsall Street, WEDNESBURY, West Midlands, WS10 9EH

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Season (13 Oct 2022)
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