Well - what a surprise!   After re-locating from Presto because it was being sold & settling into the cafe at All Saints Church, we arrived to find the cafe had closed down.


Are we doomed?!!


Luckily we walked down Westlegate to Mindoro Ice Cream Parlour, who moved all the tables & chairs to fit 10 of us in. Lovely coffee and ice cream but sadly rather noisy for us to hear each other.

However, this is what we had read.


Olwyn - Time to Win by Harry Brett (set in Great Yarmouth,) The Point of Rescue by Sophie Hannah


Pat - A Spot of Bother by Mark Haddon,  Lost Relic by Scott Mariani, The Wisdom of Sally Red Shoes by Ruth Hogan. She also recommended the podcasts by Mariella Frostrup on the BBC called Books to Live By


Marie - thanks to Ida for introducing her to LJ Ross crime novels. Also read Little Mishaps by CJ Morrow, Castle Mystery by Faith Martin


Janet - Sweet smell of decay by Paul Lawrence, By its cover by Donna Leon, There goes the Bride by MC Beaton


Hazel - Our House by Louise Candlish, This is Going to Hurt by Adam May


Viv - Sue Grafton’s series A is for Alibi to Y is for Yesterday, particularly liked S is for Silence,

Hamish MacBeth murder mysteries by MC Beaton including Death of a Policeman & Death of an Honest Man, Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum Bounty hunter series including One for the Money & Love Alive25. Also Warlock Holmes - a Study in Brimstone by GS Denning, How to Stop Time & The Radleys by Matt Haig & finally read the last of Kelley Armstrong’s Cainsville series


Ida - Five Bloody Hearts by Joy Ellis, Cornish Retribution by Amanda James, King of Kings by Wilbur Smith


Jude - The Memory Keepers Daughter by Kim Edwards, Killer Takes All by Erica Spindler, The Russian Concubine by Kate Furnival


Margaret - The Dinner by Herman Koch, The Little Book og Hygge by Meik Wiking


Karen - The Son by Jo Nesbo, The Slaughter Man by Tony Parsons