Monthly Archives: February 2014

Robert Ludlum’s the Bourne Retribution by Eric Van Lustbader – Book of the Week 24-02-2014

  ┬áBourne’s friend Eli Yadin, head of Mossad, learns that Ouyang Jidan, a senior member of China’s Politburo, and a major Mexican drug lord may have been trafficking in something far more deadly than drugs. Yadin needs Bourne to investigate. … Continue reading

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Dewey – The small-town library cat who touched the world By Vicki Myron How many lives can one abandoned kitten touch? When he was just a few weeks old, Dewey Readmore Books was shoved through the book returns slot of … Continue reading

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retro bookshelf envy……..

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Wake by Anna Hope – Book of the Week 17-02-2014

Five Days in November, 1920: As the body of the Unknown Soldier makes its way home from the fields of Northern France, three women are dealing with loss in their own way. Hettie: who dances for sixpence a waltz at … Continue reading

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Needing to know something about someone???

Then this is the place to find it…….Today we were interested in Shirley Temple (bless her cotton socks), so we decided to look in ‘Biography in Context’ Use your library card and have a look at hundreds and thousands of … Continue reading

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