Monthly Archives: October 2014

Just arrived some new True Stories…..

Trafficked – My Story by Sophie Hayes When Sophie Hayes met the mysterious and charming stranger Bledi, she knew he would change her life – but she had no idea how much. At first, it was a typical whirlwind romance. … Continue reading

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The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy by Rachel Joyce

From the author of the bestseller, The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, an exquisite, funny and heartrending parallel story. When Queenie Hennessy discovers that Harold Fry is walking the length of England to save her, and all she has to … Continue reading

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The House of Twenty Thousand Books by Sasha Abramsky

  This is the story of Sasha Abramsky’s grandparents, Chimen and Miriam Abramsky, and of their unique home at 5 Hillway, around the corner from Hampstead Heath. In their semi-detached house, so deceptively ordinary from the outside, the Abramskys created … Continue reading

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Fives and Twenty-Fives by Michael Pitre – Book of the Week 24-10-2014

It’s the rule always watch your fives and twenty-fives. A bomb inside five meters cuts through the armour, killing everyone in the truck. A bomb inside twenty five meters kills the dismounted scouts investigating the road ahead. Fives and twenty-fives … Continue reading

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Cavendon Hall by Barbara Taylor Bradford

Cavendon Hall is home to two families, the aristocratic Inghams and the Swanns who serve them. Charles Ingham, the sixth Earl of Mowbray, lives there with his wife Felicity and their six children. Walter Swann, the premier male of the … Continue reading

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A.D Garrett – Mystery Fiction

Two authors team up to make up the pseudonym A.D Garrett, they are mystery writer Margaret Murphy and world-renowned forensics expert Professor Dave Barclay, who has worked on some of Britain’s most high-profile murder cases. These forensic based books, feature … Continue reading

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New treats – of the cookbook kind

Some recent additions are: Jo Seagar Bakes  by Jo Seagar Jo Seagar is known as the Queen of Baking and now here, finally, is her first baking book – destined to become the baking bible for all New Zealand cooks. … Continue reading

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The Free Range Cook: Through the Seasons by Annabel Langbein

The ever popular Annabel is back with a stupendous selection of recipes, and I have to say I really like the sprinkling of garden advice. I very excited about the Black Velvet Cake….. Book blurb as follows…. In this gorgeous book we … Continue reading

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