Book Club

 

Prue has an easy and relaxed style of writing which captures your attention from the beginning. You want to carry on reading, to see what happens next. In The Lost Son, she tells the saga of an Italian family living in England. The different generations are one way or another involved in the production of food. Interwoven are stories concerning love, death, adoption and betrayal. Prue’s knowledge of catering and current food trends feature quite a lot and help to pad out what is otherwise a lightweight novel. Generally we agreed that it was enjoyable, but a good book should live with one for a while, and this book soon faded from our memories. Teresa.

April 2020

The Butterfly Room - Lucinda Riley

March 2020

Those who are loved - by Victoria Hislop

February 2020

Old Baggage - Lissa Evans

January 2020

The Keeper of Lost Things - Ruth Hogan

October 2019

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Our book club is still meeting on the first Tuesday of the month, despite current difficulties, ably chaired by Jacky Tickner.

The Lost Son - Pru Leith

The Bookseller - Cynthia Swanson

 

October 2020

The Survivors - Kate Furnival

 

November 2020

The Clockmakers Daughter - Kate Morton

 

December 2020

Individual Holiday Reads for discussion

Tuesday 5th January 7pm

The Book Group continues to meet every month on Zoom.  The next meeting will be Tuesday 2nd March at 6:30pm.  At the moment the group will be discussing their personal reads.

The Book Group continues to meet every month on Zoom.  The next meeting will be Tuesday 4th May 7pm to discuss Sweet Little Lies by Caz Frear.