New Books for New Year!
I do hope you all enjoyed the festive break, and Happy New Year to All.
To start the new year on a fabulous note, we have added some wondrous new titles to the collection, which I do hope you will enjoy.
Here they are:
Winner of the Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction 2017, this dystopian novel, based on women having power, literally at their fingertips!
Boyne is writing here at the top of his game, this is the story of a man’s search for his place in life.
Winner of the Irish Novel Prize, set in 1981, the story of two homeless and displaced boys.
Set in the 1850’s, concerning a child who stops eating, and yet miraculously, stays alive.
Helen Dunmore’s last book, set in eighteenth century Bristol, evoking the age so vividly. A tremendous and poignant story.
Shortlisted for the Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction 2017. Evoking the 1950s with all its drabness and changes.
A love-affair to Greece, a place Victoria Hislop knows as well as anyone.
From the author of Burial Rites, a story of magic and healing. Shortlisted for the Walter Scott Prize, 2017.
A heart- lifting and equally dark tale, of memories and the past.
A perfectly crafted set of stories, with love as the underlying theme, from one of our greatest writers.
An unusual, well-reviewed book, with an unborn child its main protagonist.
From Siberia to Australia, one woman’s journey , 10,000 miles on foot and alone.
A story of the battle for survival – now a major film, starring Kate Winslet and Idris Elba.
Waterstone’s Scottish Book of the Year – a stunning debut.
A dazzling tale, set in the Arctic, shortlisted for the 2017 Costa Novel Award.
Winner of the British Book Awards – Non Fiction Book of the Year 2017.
An autobiographical tale through his family’s secret history.
A book which spans time and place between the Dutch seventeenth century , 1950s New York, and the present. Fascinating.
Four high-flying women share their lives and troubles.
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