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A cover for Coral

Artist Peregrine Heathcote’s cover for Jane Huxley’s new novel ‘A Woman Named Coral’ revealed at the Royal Thames Yacht Club

 

On 17th September, Delancey Press hosted a champagne reception to celebrate the publication of the novel A Woman Named Coral. The book features a cover by the renowned artist Peregrine Heathcote and was written by New York based author Jane Huxley.

 

The cover of 'A Woman Named Coral'
The cover of ‘A Woman Named Coral’
Louise Heathcote, 'A Woman Named Coral' author Jane Huxley and artist Peregrine Heathcote
Louise Heathcote, ‘A Woman Named Coral’ author Jane Huxley and artist Peregrine Heathcote

 

Held at the Royal Thames Yacht Club in Knightsbridge, the launch was organised by Tatiana von Saxe Wilson of Delancey Press and amongst the array of guests were such luminaries as Howard Corlett, Sandra Dee, Sandra Hammond, the Countess of Lauderdale, Viscount Maitland, Barbara Minto and Count Andrei Tolstoy-Miloslavsky.

 

Fred Davis-Payan, Viscount Maitland The Countess of Lauderdale
Fred Davis-Payan, Viscount Maitland The Countess of Lauderdale
Matthew Steeples with Tatiana von Saxe Wilson and with Barbara Minto
Matthew Steeples with Tatiana von Saxe Wilson and with Barbara Minto
Jane Huxley with Count Andrei Tolstoy-Miloslavsky  and Howard Corlett with Sandra Dee
Jane Huxley with Count Andrei Tolstoy-Miloslavsky and Howard Corlett with Sandra Dee

 

Those present commented that Heathcote’s cover reflected the themes – love, desire, loyalty and betrayal – of A Woman Named Coral perfectly and in her brief speech, von Saxe Wilson announced that the book is also an entrant into The People’s Book Prize.

 

All photographs © Edward Lloyd Photography.

 

 

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