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Reading Group

In December we let the Library choose an historical novel from Philippa Gregory for discussion at the February meeting. We will still be discussing the donated books from Lowdham Books at the January meeting.

We also attend talks put on by Hucknall Library with guest authors, which can be very enlightening. The Library also has a “Crime Café” on the second Tuesday of each month, with guest speakers as well as discussions.

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Reading Group

In November we were lucky to have two sets of books donated to us from Lowdham Book Shop for which we were very grateful. When we have read them, we shall donate them to our U3A book table.

We also attend talks put on by Hucknall Library with guest authors, which can be very enlightening. The Library also has a “Crime Café” on the second Tuesday of each month, with guest speakers as well as discussions.

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In October we read “Transcription” an offering from bestselling author Kate Atkinson which is a work of complete duality. For a novel that is concerned with spies and espionage, with hidden identities and masked lives, this is perhaps not entirely surprising.

We also attend talks put on by Hucknall Library with guest authors, which can be very enlightening. The Library also has a “Crime Café” on the second Tuesday of each month, with guest speakers as well as discussions.

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In August we read “Anything Is Possible” by Elisabeth Strout. This was a short story collection which explores the whole range of human emotion through the intimate dramas of people struggling to understand themselves and others.

We also attend talks put on by Hucknall Library with guest authors, which can be very enlightening. The Library also has a “Crime Café” on the second Tuesday of each month, with guest speakers as well as discussions.

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In August we read “The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir” by Jennifer Ryan. While their men are off fighting the Nazis, the women in the English village of Chilbury struggle to carry on. Though the action spans only a few months in 1940, a lot happens: there are bombings, a nefarious baby-swapping scheme, passionate love affairs, acts of espionage and of great valour. This was not one of our usual choices but was very enjoyable.

There are enough names to start a second Reading Group and these members have been contacted. Those interested should contact Siobhan Lee, the Groups’ Co-ordinator if they still wish to join a second Reading Group.

We also attend talks put on by Hucknall Library with guest authors, which can be very enlightening. The Library also has a “Crime Café” on the second Tuesday of each month, with guest speakers as well as discussions.

To contact Sandra, the group leader, please use the form below:-

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