Ten Red Hatters actually managed to get to All Saints Church despite the road being
closed outside. A large chunk of cladding had blown down from the top of Westlegate
Tower last Thursday in the strong winds!
We had been snug indoors reading or abroad on holiday reading the following.
Felicity:The Sealwoman’s Gift by Sally Magnusson, So Much Blood in Him by Fred
Vargus, Beach Music by Pat Conroy, Prince of Thorns by Mark Lawrence, She Wolves
by Helen Castor
Karen had been catching up with her magazines, Good Housekeeping & Woman’s Own so
hadn’t the usual list of murders! She recommended the Jarrold’s Literary Lunch with
Donna Leon, Kate Mosse & David Robson as excellent speakers. She had also enjoyed
the film of “The Book Club”.
Joy also praised the speakers at the Literary Lunch.
Vivienhad read a lot of series. The Harry Lytle Chronicles by Paul Lawrence (1.The
Sweet Smell of Decay, 2. A Plague of Sinners, 3. Hearts of Darkness)
Suzette A Hill’s A Load of Old Bones, Bones in the Belfry, Bone Idle, Bones in High
Places, A Bedlam of Bones with commentary from Cat, Maurice and Dog, Bouncer.
The Cat Who -- by Lilian Jackson Braun. The Dead Father’s Club by Matt Haig (author
of The Radleys recommended last meeting).
Pat: Can you ever forgive me? (film better than the book), The Five People You Meet
in Heaven by Mitch Albom, How to Read Paintings by Liz Rideal (handy when visiting
an Art Gallery). Also recommended Tessa Hadley.
Marie: Betty Rowlands writes utter addictive cosy mysteries - lots of titles. Trail
of Blood by Jeremy Potter. A new series of murder mysteries about a chef by popular
author Faith Martin, Dead Lock by Damien Boyd, Lucky Dress by Amy Brown.
Ida: Their Lost Daughters by Joy Ellis, The Infirmary by LJ Ross.
Olwyn: Been on holiday & picked up a selection of paperbacks from the hotel cupboard.
Room by Emma Donaghue, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman, 2 thrillers
by James Patterson, The Kalahari Typing School for Men by Alexander McCall Smith,
The Wisdom of Sally Red Shoes by Ruth Hogan, Summer at the Lake by Erica James.
NB Erica James is coming to Jarrolds soon - with a cream tea!
Also recommended the show in London of “9 to 5”.
Janet has rejoined the library - hurrah! Read Goodnight Lady by Martina Cole, The
Princess Royal by Brian Hoey, Life’s too f***ing short by Janet Street Porter.