10 Nov Additional Killings | Elly Griffiths Interview
Another bestseller joined us in our virtual studio this month when Elly Griffiths came in to talk to us about The Postscript Murders, the ‘sort-of sequel’ to Times Crime Book of the Year, The Stranger Diaries. Elly is best known for her two crime series, one featuring forensic archaeologist Dr Ruth Galloway, the other set in post-war Brighton. Her new book concentrates on Shoreham-based DS Harbinder Kaur and an unlikely group of friends who set out to help her – or hinder her – as she sets about solving a series of book-related murders.
As well as our featured Elly Griffiths interview, we met remotely with Jane from Totton Library to talk about Matt Haig’s new novel The Midnight Library: a disarmingly warm-hearted story of regret, hope and forgiveness. Jane also recommended two magical books by Erin Morgenstern: The Night Circus and The Starless Sea.
We also discussed some of November’s featured books on our BorrowBox app which are free to download immediately without having to wait for them to become available.
NEW UNLIMITED TITLES FOR NOVEMBER ON BORROWBOX INCLUDE:
- Nothing Ventured by Jeffrey Archer
- The Last Human by Lee Bacon
- Die Trying by Lee Child (audiobook)
- The Crimson Petal and the White by Michel Faber
- The Foundling by Stacey Halls
- Absolute Proof by Peter James
- Surprise Me by Sophie Kinsella (audiobook)
- The Catch by T M Logan
- The Phone Box at the Edge of the World by Laura Imai Messina
- Artic Zoo by Robert Muchamore
- A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
- Prime Suspect by Lynda La Plante (audiobook)
- The Secret GP by Max Skittle
- The Head of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay
You’ll find details about library courses through our online learning booking system, as well as more information about the Booker Prize 2020 and Diane Cook’s shortlisted book The New Wilderness which we also mentioned in the podcast.
Thanks to Elly Griffiths, Jane from Totton Library, and our supporter BorrowBox, the library app that allows you to download eBooks and audiobooks straight to your phone or tablet. All you need is your library membership number and PIN.