“Mysteries of the Suffolk Coast”
Polly Crosby, author of VITA AND THE BIRDS, THE UNRAVELLING and THE ILLUSTRATED CHILD, in conversation with SA Harris, author of SEAHURST and HAVERSCROFT
The Suffolk coast is many things: beautiful, unspoiled and wild in parts, built up and industrialised in others, not to mention certain well-heeled spots that are overrun with tourists at high season.
Two local authors, Polly Crosby and SA Harris, focus their writing on the mystery and ghosts of the area. They will discuss their work and read from their most recent books: Polly’s VITA AND THE BIRDS, a dual timeline novel about a derelict building and a heart-breaking secret that links two women through time and SA Harris’ SEAHURST a novel about the secrets of a summer home on the Suffolk coast and the souls that haunt it seeking their revenge.
Crosby succeeds in delivering a bittersweet tale of love, loss and lies that stretches across the 20th century Historical Novel Society
A captivating coming-of-age story Daily Mail
Seahurst: the writing is taut and fluid. Both the atmosphere of the old house and the wider family dynamics are evoked with skill. Whatever one thinks of a place harbouring the spirit of past deeds, this story could throw shade over certainties. Recommended, but exercise caution if reading after dark. neverimitate
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