Monthly Archives: January 2012

30 January 2012 – 5 Feburary 2012

Double Dexter  by Jeff Lindsay Here is the sixth instalment in the ‘Dexter’ series which some of you will recognise from the highly rated television series of the same name. For the uninitiated—some introduction may be needed; Dexter is a … Continue reading

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Stand back and squint.

Do you know which well known book cover is hidden in this art work? I think its really rather neat

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Book of the Week: 23 January 2012 – 29 January 2012

Believing the Lie  by Eliabeth George Detective Inspector Lynley is approached by business magnate Brian Fairclough for a confidential review (not a formal investigation), into the circumstances of his nephew’s death. The coroner’s verdict was  accidental death. Still grieving the death of … Continue reading

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Want to have your face on the cover of the new Stephen King novel?

“The Wind through the Keyhole” is the new Stephen King book in the fantasy series The Dark Tower and is due for release in May 2012. To celebrate it’s release the publisher Hodder is giving fans the opportunity to have their image … Continue reading

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Book of the Week: 16 January 2012 – 22 January 2012

As Easy as Murder by Quintin Jardine Evil stalks an idyllic retreat… A tranquil Spanish village by the sea is the perfect place for Primavera Blackstone to raise her ten-year-old Tom, son of the late lamented Oz, especially when they … Continue reading

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Book of the Week: 9 January 2012 – 15 January 2012

The 11th Hour  by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro Your best friend or a vicious killer? You won’t know until the 11th hour………….

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Beautiful Book Sculpture

This amazing sculpture was created by David Kracov in honor of Rabbi Yossi Raichik, the director of ‘Chabad’s Children of Chernobyl’. This inspirational organisation has saved thousands of children’s lives from the devastating effects of the Chernobyl disaster.  The sculpture depicts the … Continue reading

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