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May 2016
Narrow Minds
MARIE BROWNE
The Murder Of Harriet Krohn KARIN FOSSUM
An Inspector Sejer Novel
Charlo Torp, a former gambler who’s only recently kicked the habit, makes his way to Harriet Krohn’s apartment, flowers in hand. Certain that paying off his debt is the only path to starting a new life Charlo plans to rob the wealthy old woman’s antique silver collection. What he doesn’t expect is for her to put up a fight. The following morning Harriet is found dead, her antique silver missing, and the only clue Inspector Sejer and his team find in the apartment is an abandoned bouquet.
CRIME
Not Forgetting The Whale JOHN IRONMONGER
When a young man washes up on the sands of St Piran in Cornwall, he is quickly rescued by the villagers. From the retired village doctor and the beachcomber, to the priest’s flirtatious wife and the romantic novelist, they take this lost soul into their midst. What the villagers don’t know, though, is that Joe Haak is a city analyst who has fled London, fearing he may – inadvertently – have caused a global financial collapse. But is the end of the world really nigh? And what of the whale that lurks in the bay?
The second title in the Narrow Boat Book Series
Having saved her family from financial ruin by moving onto a houseboat Marie Browne, her husband Geoff and their children find themselves sucked back into normality. With a new job, a new rented house and a mountain of bills, they are pretty much back where they started, and the children are threatening mutiny. They’re running out of time, their financial situation is getting desperate, and there’s every chance life has conspired against them to make sure they never get back afloat. Until they find that the answer to their dreams lies with Minerva, a narrow boat even more run-down than their first . . .
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NON-FICTION / AUTOBIOGRAPHY
GENERAL FICTION
May Sagebrush titles – page 10
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