Monthly Archives: July 2014

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The Vegan Pantry : 60 Naturally Delicious Recipes for Modern Vegan Food by Dunja Gulin

This comprehensive and inspiring cookery book is ideal for anyone starting out on their vegan journey and who is concerned about maintaining good health, the choice of dishes available, the vegan options for entertaining friends at home, and understanding vegan-friendly … Continue reading

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Book of the Week – The Lady’s Maid by Dilly Court 28-07-2014

In the quiet of a warm summer’s evening, two young mothers are forced to give up their babies. Whilst Kate grows up knowing only poverty and servitude, as the daughter of a baronet, Josie’s world is one of privilege and … Continue reading

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A. J Cross – The Dr Kate Hanson series

A. J Cross is a Forensic Psychologist and frequent court appointed expert witness. Her professional experience has included work with the Probation Service within its sexual offender unit in her home city. There are currently two books in the series … Continue reading

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Found today whilst shelving – The Vintage Teacup Club by Vanessa Greene

At a car boot sale in Sussex, three very different women meet and fall for the same vintage teaset. They decide to share it – and form a friendship that changes their lives . . . Jenny can’t wait to … Continue reading

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Branch Bookshelves Anyone?

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Her Last Breath by Linda Castillo – Book of the Week 21-07-2014

                  A rainy night, an Amish father returning home with his three children, a speeding car hurtling toward them out of nowhere. What at first seems like a tragic, but routine car … Continue reading

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