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Wallis Simpson biographer Anne Sebba to visit Jarrold store in Norwich

08:52 18 June 2012

Anne Sebba

Anne Sebba

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Biographer Anne Sebba will be signing copies of her new book at Norwich’s Jarrold department store tomorrow night.

The writer will be at the London Street store from 6.30pm to discuss and sign copies of her new book, ‘That Woman: The Life of Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor’.

The biographer has written eight works of non-fiction, mostly about iconic women, presented BBC radio documentaries, and is an accredited National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies lecturer.

She will only sign copies of books that are purchased from Jarrold. Tickets are £5 and are available from the Jarrold customer services desk, on the second floor, or by calling 01603 660661.

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