Each month BBC Radio Suffolk presenter Lesley Dolphin discusses a book with journalist Catherine Larner as part of Lesley’s Readers monthly book group.
This month’s chosen book is How it Ends, by Saskia Sarginson:
“1957: Within a year of arriving at an American airbase in Suffolk, the loving, law-abiding Delaney family is destroyed. Did they know something they weren’t allowed to know? Did they find something they weren’t supposed to find? Hedy is the only one left standing, a rebellious girl cast adrift in a world of post-war anxiety - a girl who has the courage to question what really went on behind military closed doors.
“Hedy’s journey to the truth leads her to read a manuscript that her talented twin brother had started months before he died, a story inspired by an experience in the forest surrounding the airbase perimeter. Only through deciding to finish what her brother started does Hedy begin to piece together what happened to her family. But would she have continued if she’d known then what she knows now? Sometimes, it’s safer not to finish what you’ve started.”
If you’ve read the book, why not join in the discussion at 2:30pm on Tuesday 4 June? Call Radio Suffolk on 01473 250000, email firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet @lesleydolphin or visit the Lesley’s Readers Facebook page.