Books

Format: 11/2018
Format: 11/2018
Lodato, Victor
Victor Lodato
[field_chapter]

Eight-year-old Edgar remembers nothing of the terrible accident people still whisper about. A family epic about a desperate search for a little boy who's lost.

Edgar and Lucy by Victor Lodato
Panowich, Brian
Brian Panowich
[field_chapter]

In this sequel to Bull Mountain, the sheriff can't escape his brutal family legacy.

Like Lions by Brian Panowich
Sterchi, Beat
Beat Sterchi
[field_chapter]

An extraordinary Swiss-German novel about a magnificent cow and the Spanish immigrant worker who looks after her.

Cow by Beat Sterchi
Holden, Wendy
Wendy Holden
[field_chapter]

Top reporter Laura Lake has struck journalistic gold. When Laura finds a way in to an exclusive rural village, can she write her exposé before the snobbish villagers suss her true identity?

Last of the Summer Moët by Wendy Holden
Low, Shari
Shari Low
[field_chapter]

Hilarious, heartfelt stories of a mother and her two sons from egg to empty nest.

Because Mummy Said So by Shari Low
Preston, Douglas, Child, Lincoln
Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child
[field_chapter]
> Agent Pendergast, Book 17

A body is discovered, without its head - two killers are on the loose. A pair of killers requires a team of equally talented investigators. Luckily both Vincent D'Agosta and Special Agent Pendergast are back in town.

City of Endless Night by Douglas Preston,  Lincoln Child
Boot, Max
Max Boot
[field_chapter]

A chronicling of CIA operative Edward Lansdale, this biography definitively reframes our understanding of the Vietnam war.

The Road Not Taken by Max Boot
Gerlach, Heinrich
Heinrich Gerlach
[field_chapter]

The original version of the classic novel of the epic World War II battle, confiscated by the Russian secret services in 1949, and now rediscovered in the Russian archives.

Breakout at Stalingrad by Heinrich Gerlach
Goldsworthy, Adrian
Adrian Goldsworthy
[field_chapter]

A beautifully produced account of the history and importance of Hadrian's Wall.

Hadrian's Wall by Adrian Goldsworthy
Kenyon, Paul
Paul Kenyon
[field_chapter]

A vivid, heartbreaking portrait of the fate that so many African countries suffered after independence.

Dictatorland by Paul Kenyon
Nesser, Hakan
Hakan Nesser
[field_chapter]

What better way to get to know a man than to get to know his best friend? Håkan Nesser's charming, whimsical and celebratory volume to his beloved dog Norton.

Norton's Philosophical Memoirs by Hakan Nesser
Saltykov-Shchedrin, M.E.
M.E. Saltykov-Shchedrin
[field_chapter]

A powerful novel from the great Russian satirist: the Golovlev family are ruled by matriarch Arina Petrovna, but her son, Porfiry, plots her downfall.

The Golovlevs by M.E. Saltykov-Shchedrin
Walker, Fiona
Fiona Walker
[field_chapter]

Love affairs, village rivalries, horses, jealousy and secrets – Fiona Walker returns to her classic territory with a whole new cast of Cotswold village characters.

The Country Set by Fiona Walker
Goodkind, Terry
Terry Goodkind
[field_chapter]

In a spin-off from the Sword of Truth series comes the second book of The Nicci Chronicles, where new alliances are forged and old enemies return.

Shroud of Eternity by Terry Goodkind
Wexler, Django
Django Wexler
[field_chapter]

The Beast, imprisoned beneath the fortress-city of Elysium for a thousand years, has been loosed upon the world. Military might and arcane power clash in the conclusion to the Shadow Campaigns.

The Infernal Battalion by Django Wexler

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