Fergal Keane  Wounds

Fergal Keane OBE will join us at the Dorchester Literary Festival to talk about his latest book Wounds A Memoir of Love and War, a family story of a murder, blood and betrayal that tore an Irish town apart and causes men to be silent still.

A veteral foreign correspondent with BBC News, Fergal Keane's dispatches shape the way many viewers understand foreign affairs. Wounds draws on his 30 years global experience from frontlines, answering questions about his family's past, while examining human behaviour in the extremes of war.

Janet Gleeson: 15th Mar 2017 16:20:00

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I sip my Dorset tea and just wanted to say thanks so much for the invitation to the lit fest - I thoroughly enjoyed it... Rob Ryan
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Paul was an excellent interviewer, and I loved the format.Great audience , acoustics...Tracy Chevalier
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All of us in the Hardy Society were very positive about 'our' first night and the subsequent events. I thought Tony's event with Rachel and Dinah worked very well with interesting conversations from the both of the women.

You and Paul must be very happy with the positive way Dorchester people are continuing to embrace the Festival, and in impressively increasing numbers. Congratulations to both of you.

Next year's dates are already in our diaries and we are looking forward to meeting up with you soon to discuss our involvement.

Mike Nixon, Thomas Hardy Society
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Maura Brickell
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I sip my Dorset tea and just wanted to say thanks so much for the invitation to the lit fest - I thoroughly enjoyed it...

Rob Ryan
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It is really great to have a Literary Festival in Dorchester and I really appreciate all the hard work that goes into making it happen.

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