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Why did Cassandra Austen burn the letters of her famous sister? Gill Hornby sheds new light on the relationship through her novel 'Miss Austen'
Virginia Nicholson explores the decade of her childhood. She talks to Catherine Larner about her book 'How Was it For You?'
Author Liz Trenow's new novel brings to life the story of the men and women at Bawdsey Manor who were pivotal to Britain's victory in the second world war
Bury & West Suffolk magazine
The country's relics of a recent past fascinate bestselling author Victoria Hislop, who visits Ely this month
Julia Blackburn talks about her latest book about ancient Doggerland, between Britain and Europe.
Diarmaid MacCulloch brings his substantial new biography of Thomas Cromwell to Aldeburgh Literary Festival
Catherine Larner shares news of upcoming book events in Woodbridge
Ever wondered about those strange blocks of concrete littered along Suffolk's coast? A new book explores the county's defensive role in the Second World War.
Children's author Ally Sherrick talks about her new book, The Buried Crown, set around Sutton Hoo
A group of Suffolk schoolgirls' correspondence with a famous Danish archaeologist inspired Anne Youngson's debut novel.
Forty years old this year, traditional academic publishers Boydell & Brewer are reinventing themselves as a company for the future
Historical novelist Alison Weir talks to Catherine Larner ahead of her visit to Felixstowe Book Festival.