New Books

 

Our book buyers are always busy looking out for the best new releases to add to our shelves. As well as stocking many of the top best sellers we also respond to library users’ requests. If there is a book you would like us to buy please either make a note in the Blue Suggestions Book in the library or contact us. Our decision will be based on our budget and the level of interest in the book. 

We produce quarterly lists of recent purchases for both adult fiction and non-fiction. Occasional lists are also made for large print and audiobooks

 

Here are some of the most popular new books that have recently been added to the library:-
 

Emma Donoghue

The pull of the stars

By a coincidence of timing, this is set in a Dublin maternity ward during the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918. The publication of this most recent book from the best-selling author of Room was brought forward by the publishers.

Candice Carty-Williams

Queenie

Imagined account of a 25-year old British Jamaican woman living in Brixton, going on disastrous dates and making ruinous life decisions. Book of the  Year at the annual British Book Awards.

Omid Scobie

Finding Freedom

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have continued to make headlines – from their engagement, wedding, and birth of their son Archie to their unprecedented decision to step back from their royal lives – few know the true story of Harry and Meghan.

David Mitchell

Utopia Avenue

Fictional tale of a British band which brings to life the swinging 60s, starting in London and moving to America. “The great rock and roll novel”.

Jamie Oliver

7 Ways

Discover 7 Ways to reinvent each of your favourite ingredients with Jamie's brand-new, No. 1 bestselling cookbook, featuring 120 exciting and tasty new recipes. Includes recipes from Jamie's hit Channel 4 TV show Keep Cooking Family Favourites.

Curtis Sittenfeld

Rodham: What if Hillary hadn’t married Bill

A reimagining of the life of Hillary Rodham if she had really turned down Bill Clinton. Sure to be popular.

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