L.S.Hilton, author of Domina, comes to India

British author L.S. Hilton’s new release, Domina is a psychological thriller that grips you and provokes your mind. A sequel to the bestseller, Maestra, the new book sounds even more promising than her previous much celebrated one.

Hilton starts her India tour from June 12, 2017 to promote and discuss about her book. Be sure to attend the events organised by Bloomsbury at your nearest venue.


June 13 | 6:30 pm: L.S. Hilton in conversation with Devapriya Roy, the bestselling author of The
Heat and Dust Project at Café Turtle, GK I, N-Block Market
June 14 | 6 pm: L.S. Hilton in conversation with Amit Rawat, former Core Team Member of
Pune International Literature Festival at Crossword Bookstore, Aundh
June 15 | 6 pm: L.S. Hilton in conversation with Madhuri Banerjee, bestselling author of Losing
My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas at Crossword Bookstore, Kemp’s Corner
June 17 | 2 pm: Between the Pages L.S Hilton in conversation with Vidhi Kundan Jain, Founder
and Curator of Books and Brews, India at The Humming Tree, Indira Nagar

About L.S. Hilton

L.S. Hilton is a well-known and widely published British author, journalist, biographer and art critic. Since Maestra’s publication last year, she has been named Glamour Magazine’s ‘Writer of the Year’ and as one of PORTER magazine’s #IncredibleWomen of 2016. L.S. Hilton is also an opera librettist – she wrote Love Hurts, with music by Nicola Moro in late 2016 and the opera received its first performance in Milano at the Piccolo Teatro on 25 June 2016, conducted by James Ross. She also curated the recent (controversial) Caravaggio show with Dr James Bradburne, the Anglo-Canadian director of the Pinacoteca di Brera gallery.


Image and Information courtesy:- Bloomsbury


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