Andrew Douglas-Home

venue CSY Architects Marquee
date Thursday 16 June
time 4:45 pm
ticket prices £8 | £6

In A River Runs Through Me Andrew tells his story of salmon fishing on the Tweed, tracing the shifts and moods of four seasons along the river. Threaded through the narrative are also stories of one of the country’s oldest families: stories of politics, military service, culture and the stewardship of our natural world. Through vivid vignettes Andrew creates a homely yet forthright and vibrant story, and his book is also a companion for those who love river fishing and care deeply about the future of the Atlantic salmon. A River Runs Through Me closes with a moving, elegiac memoir of the brief life of their lost child by Jane Douglas-Home.

The books below will be available for sale in the Borders Book Festival Bookshop in Harmony Garden.

Please support us if you can by making a donation. Your contribution will help us continue to bring authors and audiences together again in 2022 and beyond.