On a glistening, crisp, mid-September afternoon, Edinburgh had the glorious reminder that the Edinburgh International Book Festival is not just for one month and one month only. Thanks to Booked!, EIBF’s on the road, all year round event schedule, the city was graced with Nobel Prize-winning Turkish author, Orhan Pamuk, who discussed his latest novel, The Red-Haired Woman, with Literary Editor and author, Stuart Kelly. It was quickly established to the audience by his friendly and chatty ease on stage that Pamuk is a man every inch as witty and charming as his books.Read More
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