Books

Format: 12/2018
Format: 12/2018
Brown, Lorna
Lorna Brown
[field_chapter]

An illustrated story of street art in urban landscapes around the world.

Painted Cities by Lorna Brown
Canciani, Laurie
Laurie Canciani
[field_chapter]

Anna lives in a flat with dad, a hoarder. Together they have spent the last 12 years constructing the Insomnia Museum, a labyrinth built from dead TVs, old cuckoo clocks, stacks of newspapers and other junk Dad has found. One day Dad doesn't wake up and Anna must leave the museum...

The Insomnia Museum by Laurie Canciani
Costeloe, Diney
Diney Costeloe
[field_chapter]

A gritty and heartrending drama set in 19th-century Cornwall. Orphan Sophie and her friend Hannah are welcomed into the Penvarrow family but tensions rise and family secrets are revealed.

Miss Mary's Daughter by Diney Costeloe
Finn, Melanie
Melanie Finn
[field_chapter]

Ex-journalist Kay and her family are spending the summer in a rented farmhouse in Vermont. Haunted by her traumatic past, she becomes obsessed when she finds disturbing writing scrawled across one of the walls...

The Underneath by Melanie Finn
Jozefkowicz, Ewa
Ewa Jozefkowicz
[field_chapter]

First the accident, then the nightmares and the thief who steals the colour from Izzy's world. Will her neighbour and a nest of cygnets help solve the mystery of the colour thief?

The Mystery of the Colour Thief by Ewa Jozefkowicz
Kelly, Julia
Julia Kelly
[field_chapter]

An unforgettable account of living with Alzheimer's Disease by the partner of a brilliant artist whose mind is collapsing.

Matchstick Man by Julia Kelly
Laurence, Margaret
Margaret Laurence
[field_chapter]

A vivid portrait of a woman convinced that life has more to offer her than the tedious routine of her days.

The Fire-Dwellers by Margaret Laurence
Riddle, A.G.
A.G. Riddle
[field_chapter]

After surviving one of the deadliest epidemics in history, Dr. Peyton Shaw has uncovered a global conspiracy that will change humanity forever. Book 2 in the new sci-fi thriller series.

Genome by A.G. Riddle
Roberts, Mark
Mark Roberts
[field_chapter]
> Eve Clay, Book 04

One morning. Two crimes. Three victims and counting... A new case for Liverpool detective, DCI Eve Clay.

Killing Time by Mark Roberts
Duffy, Malcolm
Malcolm Duffy
[field_chapter]

Humorous and heartbreaking debut novel with the fresh, funny, honest voice of a 14-year-old Geordie lad recounting the trials and tribulations of family life and finding first love.

Me Mam. Me Dad. Me. by Malcolm Duffy
Françoise, Sarah
Sarah Françoise
[field_chapter]

A family comes together for Christmas - the parents' marriage at breaking point, and their grown-up children faring little better in love themselves. A novel exploring the thorniness of familial love and its capacity to endure.

Stories We Tell Ourselves by Sarah Françoise
Goslett, Miles
Miles Goslett
[field_chapter]

The examination of one of the most mysterious episodes in recent British political history by a renowned investigative journalist.

An Inconvenient Death by Miles Goslett
Hamilton, James
James Hamilton
[field_chapter]

A concise history of one of the world's greatest and most comprehensive museum collections, from its founding in 1753 to the present day.

The British Museum by James Hamilton
Israel, Steve
Steve Israel
[field_chapter]

A wild political satire of America's insane gun laws, written by a former Democratic Congressman who attempted to pass gun control laws.

Big Guns by Steve Israel
Jones, Catherine
Catherine Jones
[field_chapter]
> Little Woodford, Book 01

Trouble comes to the sleepy market town of Little Woodford - a world of allotments, pub quizzes, shopping and gossip - the heart of middle England.

Little Woodford by Catherine Jones

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