Welcome to Dotty's Book Club
Join Dotty’s Book Club!
We meet on the first Thursday of every month to discuss our favourite book from Dotty’s Library.
The evening is an informal relaxed affair to relax and natter over a cuppa whilst discussing the book of the month.
For our first three sessions we are lucky enough to welcome the authors to join us to answer any
questions and give us more background on their writings. Come and give it a go, every book is an adventure.
It’s free, just register your attendance so we can keep in touch and make plenty of cake!
Thursday the 14th of March at 7:30pm – Dotty’s Teahouse
We will be discussing: The Night Olivia Fell, by Christina McDonald
For our next session we are lucky enough to have the author attending, please do come along and enjoy an evening of relaxed chatter, scrumptious goodies and of course oodles of tea! You can get your copy in Dotty’s Teahouse or via Amazon
‘A stunning debut that kept me guessing until the final, heartbreaking twist’ Claire Douglas
‘Addictive, twisty and beautifully written’ Alice Feeney
A fast-paced and action-packed thriller, full of twists and turns you won’t see coming. It is the most gripping suspense mystery you’ll read this year.
They said it was an accident. Her mother knows they’re lying. But the truth comes with a price…
IT’S EVERY PARENT’S WORST NIGHTMARE.
Abi Knight is startled awake in the middle of the night to a ringing phone and devastating news – her teenage daughter, Olivia, has been in a terrible accident.
Abi is told that Olivia slipped and fell from a bridge into the icy water below, and now she lies silent, dependent on life support.
But then Abi sees the angry bruises around Olivia’s wrists and learns that her sensible daughter is in fact three months pregnant . . .
WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT IF THEY TOLD YOU IT WAS AN ACCIDENT?
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What authors are saying about The Night Olivia Fell:
‘Addictive, twisty and beautifully written, an emotional roller coaster of a thriller that kept me guessing until the very end’ Alice Feeney, international bestselling author of Sometimes I Lie
‘A stunning debut that kept me guessing until the final, heartbreaking twist’ Claire Douglas, Sunday Times bestselling author of Do Not Disturb
‘I was absolutely hooked; it was such an emotional read that I was broken by the end. Heartbreaking and thrilling at the same time’ Jenny Blackhurst, author of How I Lost You
The Night Olivia Fell is leaving readers gripped!
‘This is a corker of a book that kept me reading late into the night. Highly recommend’
‘A brilliant read…gripped me from the start’
‘An absolutely brilliant premise’
‘Brilliant book, highly recommended for those that want to be taken on a roller coaster of emotion by a supremely talented author’
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