Singer songwriter turned novelist; Nuala Casey’s voice will be heard across Soho next week, reading from her debut novel Soho 4am, as 100s of free audio CDs are distributed in the same locations featured in Soho 4am, including:
* The Union Club, 50 Greek Street.
* Bar Italia, 22 Frith Street.
* The Dog and Duck, 18 Bateman Street.
* The Star Café, 22 Great Chapel Street.
* Soho Square Gardens
Soho 4am is both a portrait of London’s most iconic playground and a psychological examination of what drives the life choices we all make. Set in the 24 hours between London winning the 2012 Olympic bid and the 7/7 bombings the morning after, the novel maps Soho’s sinister in those momentous 24 hours which shook London to its core.
Soho, 4am is based on Nuala Casey’s experience of living in Soho for four years, when she charted the comings and goings of this vibrant pocket of London. Set in the 24 hours between London winning the bid to host the Olympics in 2005 and 7/7 London Bombings, Soho, 4am follows four very different characters as they walk a dangerous and twisted path through London’s greatest adult playground.
At 4am in Soho, there will be murder, arrest, illicit sex, outpourings of grief, redemption and self-discovery. A compelling psychological thriller, Nuala Casey’s debut novel offers the same thrill as a night of freedom in Soho followed by dark resolutions which come with morning light.
To tie in with the story telling across Soho, Nuala will also be taking part in Literary Death Match, on Wednesday 28th at Concrete for more information and tickets click here.