Our under 5s story and Rhyme time will continue to run through-out the Summer Read more..
Nov. 2017 As a novelist, Joanna Trollope has a gift for focussing on a variety of contemporary 21st century problems and the way they can be dealt with. Here, we have a quartet of high flying women who met as university students and have remained in close touch with each other throughout their very successful […]
Nov. 2017 This is the first time I have come across Alex Cross, psychologist turned senior member of Washington DC’s Metropolitan Police Department, but as he has featured in at least a score or so of Patterson’s crime novels, other readers may be more familiar with the man described by other crime writers as “a […]
Feb.2018 Elizabeth I has probably been more written about even than Elizabeth II and given the length of time between the two reigns, this is nothing short of remarkable. The portrait on the cover of Lisa Hill’s biography signals that the book puts Elizabeth in a different light from most studies of her.
ANTHONY CARTWRIGHT The Cut Thursday 15th June, 7:30pm Kibworth Library The Black Country author will be talking about his new book from Peirene Press, a commissioned novel responding to Brexit, published on the anniversary of the referendum £5 tickets include wine/juice Available from the Library and The Bookshop
Cal Mc Gill might well be called The Sea Detective, and it is indeed how former journalist turned thriller writer Mark Douglas-Home titled his first book in the series. The Malice of Waves is his third novel. McGill has a vast knowledge of tides, winds and currents. He has written a PhD paper on measuring […]
Ever since the runaway success of Chocolat, any new novel by Joanne Harris is always eagerly awaited, and she does not disappoint. Runelight is very different from the author’s novels set in France – (Chocolat, The Lollipop Shoes, Coastliners et al). It is a follow-on from Runemarks and set in Inland, one of the nine […]