The Keeper of Stories

By Sally Page, Read by Jessica Whittaker

‘I absolutely loved it! So different, clever, funny and charming’ Sunday Times bestseller Katie Fforde

‘Funny, wise, moving and full of lovely moments…The characters are endearing and unforgettable’ Hazel Prior, author of the Richard & Judy Book Club Pick Away with the Penguins

‘Janice is a wonderful woman whose authenticity pulls you along…the breadth and originality of supporting characters makes this debut an immersive delightDorset Magazine

‘Absolutely spellbinding…a warm-hearted, thoughtful, funny and yet deeply poignant’ Celia Anderson, author of 59 Memory Lane

‘A treasure of a book. Beautiful, emotional and heartfelt with a cornucopia of characters you’ll love spending time with’ Phaedra Patrick, author of The Library of Lost and Found

She can’t recall what started her collection. Maybe it was in a fragment of conversation overheard as she cleaned a sink? Before long (as she dusted a sitting room or defrosted a fridge) she noticed people were telling her their stories. Perhaps they always had done, but now it is different, now the stories are reaching out to her and she gathers them to her…

When Janice starts cleaning for Mrs B – a shrewd and tricksy woman in her nineties – she meets someone who wants to hear her story. But Janice is clear: she is the keeper of stories, she doesn’t have a story to tell. At least, not one she can share.

Mrs B is no fool and knows there is more to Janice than meets the eye. What is she hiding? After all, doesn’t everyone have a story to tell?

Readers are loving Sally Page:

Oh my giddy aunt what an amazing book…absolutely adored it from start to finish’ Jeannie

Not what I was expecting at all…loved the way it ended’ Julie

‘An absolutely wonderful, unputdownable book full of delightful characters’ Sue

‘What a wonderful idea for a book…A joy to read’ Angela

‘Beautiful story…I loved every minute of reading it!’ Rubie

I felt every emotion reading this, and Janice was delightful – I was rooting for her the whole time’ Kate

‘An engaging debut featuring an unexpectedly heartbreaking story’ Sarah