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Books To Keep You Sane Whilst Self Isolating

  • London Burning

    Geoffrey Blackstone

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    The Blitz began in September 1940. Night after night the Luftwaffe bombed London, with the docks their main target. Over 500 fire fighters lost their lives in the struggle to put out the fires. The London Fire Brigade was hugely augmented by the recruitment of the Auxiliary Fire Service at the start of the war. In this story, Janet Carew- Finch is sent by her mother from her grand house in Norfolk to do her bit.

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  • Salt Water and Spear Tips

    Thor F. Jensen

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    A Danish filmmaker, under the apprenticeship of three Papua New Guinean master sailors, set off from Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea, on the 30th of August 2016 on a world-record circumnavigation of the island of New Guinea in a traditional sailing canoe called the Tawali Pasana. Over the course of 13 months and 21 days - and some 6300 km of high adventure - what became known as ‘the fellowship of

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  • Running Hard

    Meredith Vivian

    £13.99

    Joe Marshall is loved by the residents of the care home where he works but, as Victoria Court is about to find out, he is no ordinary odd-job man.   Victoria is a highly-principled headmistress who

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  • The Bee Polisher

    William B. Taylor

    £5.99

    The bees in the kingdom of Bumblonia were doing quite nicely until Malicia, in her glass wellington boots, became the Queen. If being sat on wasn't bad enough, then the idea of being arrested by a friendly local bee collection officer and spending time in a dark, dreary dungeon was certainly a bee's worst nightmare. One misfortune can change life dramatically if it involves little knowled

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  • A Picture Puzzle

    Coleen Moore-Hayes

    £8.99

    Life is good for Molly O'Neil, and her husband Patrick, as they adjust to retirement and the empty-nest syndrome in their home on beautiful Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. Their children are doing well; the elder, Cole, having just presented his parents with a delightful granddaughter. But Molly has a tragic past. Twenty years earlier, her idyllic life is shattered when her husband of thre

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  • Letting Go

    Kent Hung

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    Andrew's outlook has been moulded by a childhood brought up alone by his mother, by his fear of abandonment which developed from that childhood and by the numerous losses in his life.   Eleven years later, following a tragic event, Andrew suddenly has to re-evaluate his own life and struggle to find self-acceptance and learn to let go.   In the end, Andrew real

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  • Food, Culture, Latin America

    Matt Simkin

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    A love for food and travel, but riddled with apathy from a mundane routine; surely there's a way to be happier and combine the things you love in life?   The dull working life inspired this enticing travelogue on how food and culture influence the varied regions across Latin America with a backpacker's voice. Travelling from Mexico down to Patagonia in Argentina, Simkin takes a pro

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  • Chameleon

    Mark Ashthorpe

    £7.99

    When eight-year-old Kelly-Ann is abducted from a play park, there is a desperate race against time to find the man who was seen leading her away. Simon Shaw is trying to get his life back on track after serving time for child pornography offences. He had met Kelly-Ann's mother for coffee just before her daughter was abducted. He frantically claims his innocence, but DS Paul Smith is conv

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  • The Reversal

    Shaneta Widjaja

    £9.99

    A broken girl struggling to right the wrongs of her father. An angry son fading beneath the glory of the sister he yearns to save. A greedy tyrant looking to spill blood upon his canvas.   Born to a life of luxury, Lady Emilia Valenhall grew up knowing nothing but the cutthroat world of nobility, where lies are abundant and kindness is a cou

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  • A Life's Work

    John T. Leonard

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    Oliver Bennett was only five years old when his mother was brutally raped and murdered and he came face to face with her killer. Oliver has a strong and loving relationship with his father, but his childhood is deeply troubled despite psychological therapy and counselling. When Oliver decides to join the police force, his father is hopeful that Oliver has found a way to come to terms with his mother'

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  • The Sound of Your Soul

    Anna Cookson

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    There are no fish, in the future. We killed them.   But it's not just the ghosts of the shoals making artist Cally Dune unhappy.   Her husband has gone. Vanished, after being called up for the President's new ‘Training Sche

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  • A Year of Tiramisu

    L.J. Brown

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    When L.J. Brown's marriage broke down, she threw herself back into the dating game. From online encounters to old flames, this book charts a journey of sex and exploration, passion and drama. Will she ever meet the man of her dreams, or will she just find herself in a whole lot of trouble? Laugh-out-loud funny in places, unexpectedly moving in others, A Year of Tiramisu i

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