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Spring / Summer 2018 Newsletter Out Now

Great War Barcombe – News from a Sussex village 1914-1919 edited by Ian Hilder
LOST BRIGHTON by Christopher Horlock
East Sussex, Brighton & Hove: Stone Age to Cold War by Kevin Newman

So many books are written about Sussex that it’s difficult to keep track of them all.

The Sussex Book Club keeps you informed with new books on our county, reminders of a few you may have missed, special offers, events in Sussex and visits for members.

It retains the original distinct features:


A SONG FROM IRONWOOD
S.K. Cooper

Country Books paperback
210 x 148mm 178 pages ~ £8.00

Song of Ironwood

The first published novel by a Sussex author whose main interests include folklore, fields and farms.

A Song from Ironwood is a modern story of romance and friendship and honour, featuring a playful character who is not easily forgotten.

It begins in the summer of 1987, when two people return to Sussex to visit the villages where they grew up. Kate, the narrator, goes to the downland village of Eartham to stay a few days with her friend Sian, a horse whisperer, who lives close to Madehurst, which is where Kate was born.

Then, while the girls are perambulating the quiet rural places they know so well, and reflecting on the events which led to their friendship, they meet a hunky guy who has a motorbike, and an old man seeking redemption.
What follows is a tender paean to first love, interwoven with strands of Sussex history and legend, set among the Wealden villages south of Petworth, in the summer of 1914.

The book contains a list of old Sussex apple varieties.

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