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The Killings at Kingfisher Hill Sophie Hannah interview

Herculean Creativity | Sophie Hannah Interview

In this episode of the Love Your Library podcast we interview Sophie Hannah – our guest author for December – who joined us this month to talk about her new Hercule Poirot novel The Killings at Kingfisher Hill. We also talked about her collections of poetry, her Waterhouse and Zailer series which started with bestseller Little Face and her three previous Poirot novels: The Monogram Murders, Closed Casket and The Mystery of Three Quarters. Kate and Sophie discussed her How to Hold a Grudge podcast, and her Dream Author programme.


Amber from Hythe Library chatted to us about the libraries’ Ready Reads click-and-collect service as well as her pick for a good read: Where the Crawdads Sing  by Delia Owens. We also discussed To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee and It by Stephen King. Amber’s recommendation for a Christmas read was How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr Seuss.


Hattie and Kate talked about 2020 Booker Prize winner Shuggie Bain by Douglas Stuart.


Don’t forget, this week you can meet the library Santa on Zoom!


New unlimited titles this month on BorrowBox:

Thanks to Sophie Hannah, Amber from Hythe 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.


If you enjoyed this episode of Love Your Library and our Sophie Hannah interview, you might like our interviews with Elly Griffiths and Anthony Horowitz.


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