Bookmark returns for a new series and Leigh Chambers is joined by crime writer, Jim Kelly. He talks about why he decided to go back to wartime Cambridge for the setting of his latest thriller, The Great Darkness and how a blackboard helps him plot. Cherry Radford discusses the inspiration for her novel, The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter. And Julie Bounford explains why she was inspired to write a book about the worldwide impact of Heffers Bookshop.
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