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Kabul in Stilettoes

This article was first published The Jewish Chronicle on 20 February 2017. She reported from war zones, but always looked glam. Anthea Gerrie met the journalist they called ‘Heidi High Heels’. The fact that Heidi Kingstone went to Afghanistan at all is proof you can’t judge a book by its cover. Especially when that cover is…
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Countdown to Jewish Book Week

Jewish Book Week 2017 is just two weeks away! Heidi will be appearing at a number of events. For full details, visit jewishbookweek.com.

In Conversation with Frank Ledwidge

As part of Jewish Book Week, Heidi will speak at an event on Tuesday February 28th, hosted by Liverpool Revive at the Lee Park Golf Club. Heidi will be in conversation with Frank Ledwidge, barrister and author of Losing Small Wars and Investment in Blood. This event will commence at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £15.00, including…
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Excited commuters discover ‘Dispatches’

Originally published by Books on the Underground. On 22nd November, the Books on the Underground team had a mammoth 100 copies of Heidi Kingstone’s Dispatches from the Kabul Cafe. We had fun with where to hide the books, and saw lots of engagement online from people who found them! It was such a delight to be…
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‘Dispatches’ Underground

On November 22nd, Book Fairies from Books on the Underground gave brightened London commuters’ days with free copies of Dispatches from the Kabul Cafe. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

Book Fairies Busy with ‘Dispatches’

Today London commuters might be lucky enough to find a copy of Dispatches from the Kabul Cafe. Keep an eye out for a copy if you’re on the tube! Here is #BookFairy Carleanne announcing today’s book drop! She’s camera shy so give her some encouragement 🙂 #booksontheunderground #books pic.twitter.com/WA2icvH66g — Books Underground (@BooksUndergrnd) November 22, 2016…
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