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One Hundred and Seventeen!

A God in Ruins

No, it's not a darts finish (Triple 20, 17, double top), although it could be, but it is the bumper number of books we've added to Calibre's library in the last month.

Check them out by visiting our New Books page and as well as some new top titles, if you like the authors Julian Stockwin, Gerald Seymour, Hazel Holt, Ann Cleeves or the ever popular Agatha Christie then you could be spending a lot of time with your CDs or USBs.

My friends are all raving about A God in Ruins (10946) by Kate Atkinson. My dogs have requested 10775 and 10776 Narrow Dog to Wigan Pier/to Indian River  for their personal booklists.

Happy listening!

Liz

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