It was the third time the actor, comedian and writer had appeared at the cathedral to discuss a book.
The Cambridge-born writer’s work has been compared to Ellis Peters, author of the Cadfael books.
This new historical novel is the second in an ambitious trilogy set during the First World War.
The book is author EA Parker’s first published novel.
The writer and retired journalist has had a collection of short stories published titled A Kind of Magic.
The book is the latest novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author and former Fleet Street journalist.
Jon Snow, Andrew Marr, Jack Monroe, Pattie Boyd, Carol Ann Duffy and Maggie O’Farrell will feature.
The novel is set in a provincial newspaper office – a setting with which John is very familiar.
Pamela Barrell explores legacy of prolific writer who also invested the postbox
Amy Crawford, of Waterstones, has a sackful of ideas for us.
The series 13 champion of TV’s Only Connect also supplies the Cambridge Independent’s festive quiz each year.
The novel, based on a true story, comes from the pen of successful author and University of Cambridge PhD Julietta Harvey.
Economic historian Charles Read considers the impact of a familiar-sounding Westminster squabble in epic ‘Great Famine’ study
We spoke to them both about their new works ahead of their Cambridge Literary Festival appearance.
The events will be held at the University Arms Hotel in Cambridge.
The environmental campaigner says it will be curtains for humanity unless we change.