This Months Programme

David Fennell was born and raised in Belfast before leaving for London at the age of eighteen with £50 in one pocket and a dog-eared copy of Stephen King’s ‘The Stand’ in the other. He jobbed as a chef, waiter and bartender for several years before starting a career in writing for the software industry. He has now been working in Cyber Security for fifteen years and is fierce advocate for information privacy.

He has written two young adult books and has just published the second in his series of crime thrillers. (See below)

The interview makes a minor reference to scenes of fictional violence which could be upsetting to some listeners.

This month’s books were:

  • Art of Death by David Fennell
  • See no Evil by David Fennell
  • Frostquake by Juliet Nicholson 
  • Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro
  • Still Life by Sarah Winman
  • Think of Me by Frances Liardet

What’s coming up:

  • The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman (pb)
  • Geography is Destiny by Ian Morris  (Hb)
  • House Arrest by Alan Bennett (Hb)
  • A Court of Silver Flames  by Sarah J Maas

Suzie’s backlisted, with extract from:

  • Surely You’re Joking Mr Feynman! Adventures of a Curious Character. 

A new edition of Talking Books is broadcast on the third Monday of the month at 8pm on Petersfield’s Shine Radio. It’s repeated at many other times during the month.