Ladies book club 17th Nov.
Hello ladies, the next book club meeting will be at Don't Tell Titus at 7.30 pm on Friday 17 November. Date carefully chosen not to clash with Abbey Dash, Guy Fawkes 10 or the first PECO. Even though the races are on the Sunday, the two day hangover is a real thing.
We have two books. The first is Cartes Postales from Greece by Victoria Hislop, suggested by Mel earlier this year. A woman received mystery postcards from, yes, Greece at her London flat. Who can they be from?? It's a mystery all right. The book is in Asda for £3.50 and in Sainsbos or Tesco for £3.99.
The second book is Holding by Graham Norton, suggested by Lindsey. It is a 'gentle' detective novel set in a small town in county Cork. It might be a bit twee, it might be fab, who knows? Only one way of finding out. This is the lightweight book. It's in paperback but no supermarket sightings yet.
As ever, you can read both, either or neither (if the latter, just come for the wine. The book chat is strictly limited).
You might say, but that's only five weeks off and I can't possibly read two books in that time, now you are being unreasonable in your literary demands. I respond as follows: no guts no glory. That's what I say to Farquhar and Kerry when I make them come on runs with me through puddles full of cow poo (footpath between Guiseley and Menston that comes out by St Mary's school, if interested).
See you there