We meet on the first Monday of the month, from 10 am – 12 pm in the Dolphin room, next meeting on 1 February.
There has been a change in the book for discussion. It will now be Where the Crawdads Sing, an award winning novel which is a celebration of nature and also a murder mystery featuring an intense courtroom drama. The author, Delia Owens is a wildlife biologist who has written three non-fiction books about nature but this novel also features a fictitious young girl growing up in isolation while wrestling with loneliness.
The plot is tailored to appeal to a wide audience, with it’s combination of murder mystery, lush nature writing, romance and a coming-of-age survival story. It is soon to be made into a movie.
Numbers will be strictly limited. Please contact the tutor or convener to book.
For tutor/convener contact details see the time table in the current bulletin.