New In This Week / 21/03/18/

March 21, 2018

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Red Sparrow by Jason Matthews

A scorching hot global thriller with more suspicion than Homeland and more twists and turns than Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - now a major film starring Jennifer Lawrence, Joel Edgerton and Jeremy Irons




Annihilation by Jeff Vandermeer 





Straight Talking by Jane Green 

Are you Tasha - single and searching? Or her best friends: Andy, hooked on passion; Mel, stuck in a relationship with a bastard; or Emma, endlessly waiting for her other half to propose? Do you know an Andrew - suave, good-looking and head over heels in love... with himself? Or a Simon - allergic to commitment and dangerously treacherous?



The Flame Bearer by Bernard Cornwell

New title in the No. 1 bestselling series by Bernard Cornwell, his books have now sold over 20 million copies worldwide. 'Strong narrative, vigorous action and striking characterisation, Cornwell remains king of the territory he has staked out as his own' (Sunday Times)




From A Low And Quiet Sea by Donal Ryan

An engrossing, unpredictable, beautifully crafted novel' RODDY DOYLE Farouk's country has been torn apart by war. Each is drawn towards a powerful reckoning, one that will bring them together in the most unexpected of ways.



Songs Of Love And War by Santa Montefiore

The stunning new novel of love and secrets from the number 1 bestselling author Santa Montefiore




Children's Fiction


Hairy Maclary From Donaldson's Dairy by Lynley Dodd 

Hairy Maclary goes off for a walk with a few of his friends - and comes up against a nasty surprise in the shape of Scarface Claw!



I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen

A bear searches for his missing hat in the bestselling, multiple award-winning picture book debut of Jon Klassen.



Winnie The Pooh by A.A Milne 

with decorations by E.H 

Winnie-the-Pooh celebrates his 90th anniversary in 2016. The classic A.A. Milne titles have been redesigned in a new contemporary style, with the E.H. Shepard illustrations, to mark this special occasion.



Mr Stink by David Walliams 

The second original, touching, twisted, and most of all hilarious novel for children from David Walliams, number one bestseller and fastest growing children's author in the country - beautifully illustrated by Quentin Blake.



The Island At The End Of Everything by Kiran Millwood Hargrave 

Ami lives on Culion, where some of the inhabitants - including her mother - have leprosy. She loves her home - but then islanders untouched by sickness are forced to leave. Desperate to return, Ami finds a strange and fragile hope in a colony of butterflies. Can they lead her home before it's too late?









Homo Deus by Yuval Noah Harari

From the bestselling author of Sapiens, which showed us where we came from, comes Homo Deus, which shows us where we are going next and asks a number of fundamental questions: Where do we go from here? And how will we protect this fragile world from our own destructive powers? 



God Created Humanism by Theo Hobson 

A compelling account of how Christian values still underpin modern public morality.



The Day The Revolution Began by Tom Wright

An incisive, in-depth investigation into the meaning and purpose of Jesus's death by one of the world's leading biblical theologians.



The Art Of Lent by Sister Wendy Beckett 

Takes the reader on a journey through Lent to discover the timeless wisdom to be found in some of the world's greatest paintings



The Dawn Of Christianity by Robert Knapp 

Now in paperback, this look at how and why Christianity took root and spread in the ancient Roman world. From the author of Invisible Romans.





Somebody I Used To Know by Wendy Mitchell

Wendy Mitchell was diagnosed with dementia at the age of just 58 and was shocked by the lack of awareness about the disease. A phenomenal memoir, Wendy grapples with many questions and strives to get to the very heart of what it means to be human.



Other Minds​ by Peter Godfrey-Smith

The distinguished philosopher of science and scuba diver Peter Godfrey-Smith proposes a differing narrative of nature achieving self-awareness, with the octopus at its centre instead of the usual emphasis on the development of mammals. By unpacking how sucha solitary creature attained such an unusual degree of intelligence, }Other Minds{ casts new light on the workings of the minds of humans as well as cephalopods.




Guide Books


Wild Pub Walks by Daniel Nielson 

Includes 30 walks in beautiful remote or mountain landscapes in Britain, each with a great pub, often of historical significance, at the end. With a foreword by Alan Hinkes.






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