Hard-drinking and hard-living, Marie Colvin was the eye-patch-wearing war reporter who went where others feared to tread and lived life at full tilt. She was killed in 2012 in Syria whilst covering the war for the Sunday Times.
The Cambridge Literary Festival kicks off this weekend with a feast of bookish delights on offer for Cambridge audiences. If you haven't bought a ticket yet, there is still time.
Around half a million people take part every year worldwide and there are groups in most major towns in the UK who attempt the task each November.
Waterstones hosts books evening for seven local authors
Award-winning comedian Rosie Wilby has dived deep into what makes relationships tick in her new book: Is Monogamy Dead?
Win two tickets to Cambridge launch of the book on October 17
Cambridge Writers Network's travelling ladies launch new title at Heffers
The novelist will be signing copies of I Will Find You at the bookshop in Trinity Street, Cambridge from 10.30am on Saturday, October 20.
Published by Cambridge company Lutterworth Press, Artist About Cambridge charts an artistic journey
... and film looks at how to live without plastic
Novel is inspired by Cambridge rapist Peter Cook.