Page 5 - Large Print Books January - March 2017
P. 5

Charnwood
January
Daniela Sacerdoti
Don't Be Afraid
Haunted by the tragic death of her
mother, Isabel Ramsay finally gives
up one winter's day, unable to bear
the pain of living any longer. Yet
somehow she awakens, with the
memory of a vision of a mysterious
woman who has saved her. But
alone in a locked house, surely
that's impossible? With her family
and friends worried out of their
minds, Isabel's husband Angus finds
a companion to watch over her
while he's away from home. Warm,
wise Clara can connect with Isabel
in a way no one else can, helping
her face up to her painful past,
rediscover her passion for art, and
become brave enough to live her
life again. But there's a mystery surrounding Clara: who is she, and why does Isabel feel she's known her all her life?
Glen Avich Series
“A stunning talent, Sacerdoti writes beautiful fiction that feeds the soul.” DAILY RECORD
General Fiction 312pp
Nicholas Sparks
See Me
Colin Hancock is giving his
second chance his best shot. At
twenty-eight, he's focused on
getting his teaching degree and
avoiding all the places and people
that proved so destructive in his
past. The last thing he's looking
for is a serious relationship. But
when he crosses paths with Maria
Sanchez one rainswept night, his
carefully structured life is turned
upside down. And when Maria, a
hardworking lawyer, meets Colin,
she begins to question every
notion she has ever had about
herself and her future – and what
truly makes her happy. Before the
couple has a chance to envision a
life together, menacing reminders from events in Maria's past begin to surface. And as the threat of violence begins to shadow her every step, she and Colin will be pushed to breaking point.
“...another bestseller.” SUNSHINE COAST SUNDAY “An absorbing page-turner...” DAILY MAIL
Nicholas Searle
The Good Liar
Roy is a con man living in a leafy English suburb, about to pull off the final coup of his career. He is going to meet and woo a beautiful woman. He will swiftly move in with her, and together they will live the seemingly calm life of a retired couple – evenings in front of the television, a little holiday in Berlin. Then he will slip away with her life savings. But who is the man behind the con? What has he had to do to survive this life of lies? And why is this beautiful woman so willing to be his next victim?
“A cracking read.” GRAHAM NORTON
“What a clever and menacing novel... I was gripped and horrified in equal measure and the ending knocked me sideways! I can't wait for everyone to read the book so I can talk about it.” NINA STIBBE
General Fiction 396pp
Ann Turner
The Lost Swimmer
Rebecca Wilding, an archaeology
professor, makes sense of the past
for a living. But suddenly truth and
certainty are turning against her.
Rebecca is accused of serious fraud;
and worse, she suspects – she
knows – that her husband, Stephen,
is having an affair. Desperate to find
answers, she leaves with him for
Greece, Italy and Paris, where she
can uncover the conspiracy against
her and hopefully win Stephen back
to her side. There, on the idyllic
Amalfi Coast, Stephen disappears.
In a swirling daze of panic and
fear, Rebecca is dealt with fresh
allegations. And with time against
her, she finds help in the unlikeliest
of places, and uncovers the secrets that stand between her and Stephen – and the deceit that has chased her halfway around the world.
“The definition of a page-turner.” MARIE CLAIRE
“A vivid, suspenseful thriller.” SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
Romance 624pp
Suspense 378pp
committed to excellence 4


































































































   3   4   5   6   7