The Great Level
Date recommended: 30 March 2020
Reasons to be cheerful
Date recommended: 8 January 2020
Before the Coffee Gets Cold
What would you change if you could go back in time? This Japanese novel invites us to follow four visitors to a Tokyo cafe as they revisit their past but must be sure to return to the present before the coffee gets cold.
Date recommended: 3 December 2019
A gothic novel with a disturbing and haunting Suffolk setting. Motherless Maud battles with a world full of superstition, folklore and legends and a father whose obsession is taking him to madness. A terrifying but gripping read, powerfully told.
Date recommended: 6 November 2019
The Butterfly Room
Date recommended: 1 October 2019
A Modern Family
Date recommended: 3 September 2019
An account of farmers and horsemen through the agricultural year, in Devon in 1911. Said to be beautifully written and a novel to be savoured, not rushed, what will we think of it?
Date recommended: 6 August 2019
Death in the Dordogne
A murder mystery set in rural France, introducing Bruno, chief of police - someone we'd all want to have on our side.
Date recommended: 2 July 2019
Date recommended: 4 June 2019
How it ends
Set in Suffolk in the 1950s, this is the tale of a family which is destroyed by a terrible secret. Join in the on air discussion by phone, email or text!
with the author, Saskia Sarginson
Date recommended: 7 May 2019