New in July

Well, winter is well and truly upon us now, so it’s the perfect time to curl up somewhere warm with a good book! We have lots of exciting new releases to suit all tastes, so do come in and have a browse. For fiction lovers, The Prisoner of Heaven by Carlos Ruiz Zafon continues the story which began in The Shadow of the Wind, a big hit when it was released in 2001. For a beautifully written story of marriage and family, try The Forrests by Emily Perkins, an award winning writer from New Zealand. Or if Downton Abbey once a week is just not enough, Park Lane by Frances Osborne is a riveting “upstairs downstairs” novel set in London in 1914. If science fiction is your thing, a new novel by Terry Pratchett is always exciting – The Long Earth has been written with Stephen Baxter. For sporty types, Fev, the autobiography of Brendan Fevola, should be a fascinating insight into the world of AFL, as well as the  mind of the notorious footballer himself. And history buffs will be very pleased to note that lauded historian Antony Beevor has a new book out – The Second World War. If you’re having trouble finding something that suits, please ask – we love matching people up with a great book! Happy reading!


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