Among the 58 new books we have added to our library in April, we have this year’s Cityread London’s Ten Days by Gillian Slovo (011059) and My Name is Lucy Barton (011064) by Elizabeth Strout, shortlisted in the Baileys Women’s Prize for fiction.
We have a feast of fiction for lovers of detective and mystery stories with two of James Runcie’s Grantchester books (011084 and 011085). Sleuth Kate Shackleton is at work in Frances Brody’s Death of an Avid Reader (011055) and there’s some classic Maigret in The Carter of La Providence (011065). We’ve added 4 more books by Peter James including Looking Good Dead (011098) in the Roy Grace series.
For a classic Victorian adventure there’s a new version of King Solomon’s Mines (011113) by Henry Rider Haggard.
Concorde: The Rise and Fall of a Supersonic Airliner (011077) by Jonathan Glancey is sure to be of interest to aviation fans.
Laura Barnett’s The Versions of Us (011091) explores the choices we make in life and the different paths our lives might follow as a result and makes for a thought-provoking read.
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