The third broadcast of The Thursday Book Club was on 16th October 2023 at 2pm on Phonic FM. The panel were Angela Wooldridge, Elizabeth Ducie and Jonathan Posner. Click the names to find out more about their works, and use the audio bar below to listen to the full show.
The book we reviewed was The Man I Think I know by Mike Gayle.
We also flagged up some key books to buy for Christmas:
The Game by Martin Kemp
A pulsating high-octane debut thriller from the music legend / actor Martin Kemp, The Game finds a fallen 1980s popstar on a path of no return in London’s seedy underbelly.
Bookshops and Bonedust by Travis Baldree
A standalone cosy fantasy about the power of good bookshops, great friends and the unexpected choices along the way from the bestselling author of BookTok sensation Legends & Lates.
Skandar and the Phantom Rider by A F Steadman
The second book in the international bestselling SKANDAR series, an unmissable adventure for readers aged 9 to 99 and fans of Harry Potter, Percy Jackson and Eragon.
Scarlet by Genevieve Cogman
An exciting tale of revolution, vampires and the guillotine.
The Drowning Girls by Helen Callaghan
A chilling new psychological suspense thriller from Sunday Times bestseller.
A Devon Midwinter Murder by Stephanie Austin (out 23rd November 2023)
A must-read cosy crime – book 7 in the Devon Mysteries series.
The Rivers of Treason by Karen Maitland
Third in the Daniel Pursglove series set in 17th Century London.
Exeter’s Lost Buildings: Destruction from 1800 to 1899 by Todd Gray
There was also a discussion on what makes a cosy crime – and Elizabeth gave us some key pointers!
The next show will be on 21st December at 2pm UK time.