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Stylist's Tigers in Red Weather event

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To celebrate the upcoming release of Liza Klaussmann's debut novel Tigers In Red Weather, Stylist is hosting an exclusive book reading and Q&A with one of this year's most exciting new authors.

Tigers In Red Weather is a story of martinis and moonlit conspiracies, a simmering tale of passion, betrayal and secret violence that is already being compared to the work of Tennessee Williams.

Next Wednesday 8 August, Stylist will be holding a free event with Liza Klaussmann at Claridges in London's Mayfair.

From 6-8pm, 40 lucky guests will get the chance to meet and speak to Liza - along with members of the Stylist team - as she reads an extract from Tigers In Red Weather and hosts a Q&A session in the hotel's Clarence Room.

Each audience member will get a copy of the book to take home and they'll be cocktails at the ready to enjoy.

Fancy taking part? Book your free place by following the link here. You can read more about Tigers In Red Weather, published on 2 August (£12.99, Picador), here.

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