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Charnwood
August
Virginia Andrews
Dark Angel
The Casteel Family Saga
In her grandmother's fine, rich Boston house, Heaven Leigh Casteel dreams of a wonderful new life of new friends, the best schools, beautiful clothes, and – most importantly – love. The pearls of culture, wisdom, and breeding will now be hers. Soon she will make the Casteel name respectable, find her brothers and sisters, and have a family again. But even in the world of the wealthy, there are strange forebodings, and secrets best forgotten. And as Heaven reaches out for love, she is slowly ensnared in a sinister web of cruel deceits and hidden passions...
General Fiction 486pp
Brenda Bowen
Enchanted August
“Bowen has conjured up a delightful and inviting island summer complete with all the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of Maine to create a feast for the senses...this feel-good story will make an enjoyable summer read for romance lovers.” BOOKLIST
“A heartwarming read, allowing the reader to absorb the briny air, the taste of boiled lobsters, and cosy gatherings that bring one back to the languorous days of long ago endless summers.”
NEW YORK JOURNAL OF BOOKS
On a dreary spring day in Brooklyn, Lottie and Rose spot an ad on their children's preschool bulletin board: 'Old, pretty cottage to rent, on a small island. Springwater, blueberries, sea glass. August' Everyone needs a place like Hopewell Cottage in Maine. For Lottie and Rose, it's a refuge from the frenzy of the school gates. For Beverly, it's a chance to say goodbye to two lost loves. And for disgraced Caroline, a movie star, it offers the anonymity she craves. But on this tiny island, with its cocktail parties, tennis matches and Young Ladies' Association for Beautification, will they really find the answers to their very modern problems?
Dana Bate
The Stall Of Second Chances
“In smart and crisp prose, Bate tells a winning story about food, love, and second chances... Great fun.” BOOKLIST
“Bate's novel is a fun story about empowering yourself to follow your dreams and go for the life you really want... Full of humour and lots of genuine heart, the novel is a pleasurable read.”
RT BOOK REVIEWS
Sydney Strauss is obsessed with
food. Not just with eating it, but
with writing about it as an aspiring
cookery reporter. Food journalism
jobs are more coveted than
cupcakes, however, and so she is stuck working for one of TV's biggest egomaniacs – until she's left scrambling for shifts at the local farmers' market. Selling muffins at the Wild Yeast Bakery is hardly going to make her the next Nigella. But soon Sydney is writing the market's weekly newsletter, and her quirky stories gain attention from a prominent food columnist. After years of being left on the shelf, she's even dating again. And then Sydney gets a shot at the story, one that could either make her career or burn it to a cinder – along with her relationship and her reputation...
Romance 438pp
Lee Child
Make Me
The Jack Reacher Series
“Child's best for some time: an enhancement of the old formula, with detective-story and romcom elements (even sly humour) on top of the psychological duels and set-piece violence.”
THE SUNDAY TIMES
“Typically blunt and energetic... precisely judged.”
THE INDEPENDENT
Jack Reacher has no place to go,
and all the time in the world to get
there, so a remote railroad stop on
the prairie with the curious name of
Mother's Rest seems perfect for an
aimless one-day stopover. He expects to find a lonely pioneer tombstone in a sea of nearly ripe wheat – but instead there is a woman waiting for a missing colleague, a cryptic note about two hundred deaths, and a small town full of silent, watchful people. Reacher's one-day stopover becomes an open-ended quest...into the heart of darkness.
5
General Fiction 372pp
Thriller 504pp LARGE PRINT BOOKS


































































































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