Monthly Archives: August 2010

Book of the Week: 30 August – 5 September 2010

The Executioner by Chris Carter At first, Detective Robert Hunter believes that this is a ritualistic killing. Their worst nightmares have literally come true. But how could the killer have known? And what links these apparently random victims? Hunter finds … Continue reading

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Book of the Week: 23 August – 29 August 2010

The Killing Place   by Tess Gerritsen The new novel from Tess Gerritsen Jane Rizzoli and Maura Isles return New York Times bestselling author Tess Gerritsen’s relentless, inventive novels take readers on pulse-racing thrill rides that are as satisfying as … Continue reading

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Book of the Week: 16 August – 22 August 2010

Worth dying for by Lee Child There’s deadly trouble in the corn country of Nebraska… and Jack Reacher walks right into it First he falls foul of the Duncans, a local clan that has terrified an entire county. But it’s … Continue reading

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Library Week 2010

Monday 16th to Sunday 22nd August 2010 LIANZA BOOK AWARDS Winners will be announced Monday 16th August ‘NEW ZEALANDS LARGEST STORYTIME’ Wednesday the 18th August at 10.30am Come along to Toddler Time and enjoy reading ‘Mr Muggs the Library Cat’  … Continue reading

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Book of the Week: 9 August – 15 August 2010

The Poison Tree   by Erin Kelly  It is the summer of 1997, and after being dumped by her boyfriend, gifted languages student Karen Clarke meets Biba – an exotic bohemian girl who lives in a run down old house … Continue reading

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Book of the Week: 2 August – 8 August 2010

Band of Gold by Deborah Challinor On the goldfields of Ballarat, vows are broken – can a wounded heart ever forgive?When the Yarrowee River bursts its banks, Rian Farrell, a dashing Irish sea captain and part-time gunrunner, disappears in the … Continue reading

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