Many more for March
In March we have added a spectacular 84 new titles to our library. Amazingly 54 of these books were sponsored, with a £250 donation from individuals, organisations or charitable trusts to cover the cost of our audio production.
Some of our March highlights include
A Boy Made of Blocks (11713) by Keith Stuart is a beautiful, funny and surprising story of family, love and autism.
The Bones of You (11619) by Debbie Howells is a stunning, wonderfully assured psychological thriller revolves around a young girl’s murder and one woman’s obsession with uncovering the secrets in an idyllic English village.
The Trouble with Goats and Sheep (11694) by Joanne Cannon is a quirky and utterly charming tale about a community in need of absolution and two girls learning what it means to belong.
The Essex Serpent (11740) by Sarah Perry is set in Victorian London and an Essex village in the 1890's, and enlivened by the debates on scientific and medical discovery which defined the era. At its heart is the story of two extraordinary people who fall for each other, but not in the usual way.
Louise Doughty’s Apple Tree Yard (11696) recently the subject of a gripping tv series.
Sebastian Barry’s Days Without End (11707) is a quirky and utterly charming debut about a community in need of absolution and two girls learning what it means to belong.
Out of Bounds (11708) is the latest of our extremely popular Val McDermid titles.
This Must Be The Place (11714) by Maggie O’Farrell is a complex portrait of a marriage, told from various viewpoints, reckoned to be her best novel yet.
Jeffrey Archer’s This Was a Man (11715) is the final book in the Clifton Chronicles series
For football fans we have 5000-1: The Leicester City Story (11704) by Rob Tanner.
For the full list of this month’s new books checkout our New Books page.