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|Hughes, Merv,||Merv Hughes’ 104 cricket legends||796.358 HUGH|
|Seal, Graham,||Larrikins, bush tales & other great Australian stories||994 SEAL|
|Archer, Jeffrey,||A prison diary.|
|Fraser, Antonia,||My history|
|Jensen, Erik,||Acute misfortune|
|McClymont, Kate,||He who must be Obeid|
|Person, Cea Sunrise,||North of normal|
|Rappaport, Helen,||Four sisters : the lost lives of the Romanov grand duchesses|
McClymont, Kate & Besser, Linton
|O’Meara, Maeve,||Complete food safari|
|Walters, Terry,||Clean start|
|Bunde, Karah.||DIY wood pallet projects|
|Burr, Trish,||Miniature needle painting embroidery|
|Nimmer, Dean,||Creating abstract art|
|Bennett, Ann,||Bamboo heart|
|Cameron, Claire,||The bear|
|Carroll, Claudia,||Love me or leave me|
|Gay, Roxane,,||An untamed state|
|Graham, Lauren,||Someday, someday, maybe|
|Hall, Catherine,||The repercussions|
|Hatvany, Amy,||Outside the lines|
|Hawkins, Paula.||The girl on the train|
|Hemmings, Kaui Hart,||The possibilities|
|Hemmings, Kaui Hart.||The descendants|
|Ingelman-Sundberg, C.,||The little old lady who struck lucky again!|
|James, Erica,||The dandelion years|
|James, Syrie,||Jane Austen’s First love|
|Kent, Christobel,||The crooked house|
|Krauss, Nicole.||Great house|
|Long, Martha,||Run, Lily, run|
|McKinlay, Deborah.||The view from here|
|McNab, Andy,||The new enemy|
|Miralles, Francesc,||Love in small letters|
|Moriarty, Liane,||What Alice forgot|
|Mosteghanemi, Ahlem,||The bridges of Constantine|
|O’Hagan, Andrew,||The illuminations|
|Ooi, Yang-May,||The flame tree|
|Parry, Bronwyn,||Storm clouds|
|Rain, David||Volcano Street|
|Sabatini, Irene,||Peace and conflict|
|Scottoline, Lisa,||Keep quiet|
|Waheed, Mirza,||The book of gold leaves|
|Walker, Fiona,||The woman who fell in love for a week|
|Warner, Alan,||Their lips talk of mischief|
|Zander, Joakim,||The swimmer|
|The best Australian stories 2014|
What follows in a heartbreaking love story of what might have been, penned by a writer whose voice is as lyrical as the beauty of Kashmir, yet tinged with melancholy and grief. Waheed, who was born and brought up in Kashmir, has been shortlisted for the Guardian First Book Award, as well as writing a Book of the Year for the Telegraph, New Statesmen and the Telegraph India amongst others.
Souce: Fantastic Fiction, The book of gold leaves, 27/02/2015 from http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/w/mirza-waheed/book-of-gold-leaves.htm
The new enemy
When Liam Scott joins Recce Platoon, the recruitment process and training was more gruelling than Liam had even imagined, but such is what it takes to be the best. Liam, however, is still new to the game and will have to learn his lessons the hard way – in Kenya, where the border with Somalia is subject to incursions from the al-Shabaab militant group. Scott will need to call upon all his training if he wants to make it out alive.
You can’t knock Andy McNab, The New Enemy really is a thrill-a-minute. Even the opening training sequences are truly terrifying and exhilarating, and that’s before Liam has even got into theatre. His authentic voice brings the story to life, carrying the reader along at a terrifying pace and giving an accurate picture of what it’s like to be a British soldier in this age of the War of Terror.
Source: The bookbag, The new enemy: Liam scott book 3 by andy mcnab, 27/02/2015, http://www.thebookbag.co.uk/reviews/index.php?title=The_New_Enemy:_Liam_Scott_Book_3_by_Andy_McNab
|Brackston, Paula,||The midnight witch|
|Diamant, Anita,||The Boston girl|
|Diamant, Anita.||Day after night|
|Donald, Angus,||Grail knight|
|Franklin, Ariana.||Winter siege|
|Ross, Ian,||War at the edge of the world|
|Sadler, John,||Blood divide|
The war at the edge of the world
Aurelius Castus believes his glory days are over. He used to be a soldier in the elite legions of the Danube. Now he is stuck in Britain’s provincial backwater. But history takes a hand when the king of the Picts, the savage people beyond Hadrian’s Wall, dies in mysterious circumstances, and Castus is selected to command the bodyguard of a Roman envoy sent to negotiate with the barbarians.
The epic first instalment in a sequence of novels set at the end of the Roman Empire, during the reign of the Emperor Constantine, Ross write from with the vantage of a strong background in the subjectmatter, having spent over a decade researching and writing aobu the latter roman empire and its army (lovereading.co/uk, Ian Ross-Author, 27/02/2015) resulting in a work not only compelling, but teeming with depth and realism.
|Alexander, Ellie,||Meet your baker|
|Arlidge, M. J.,||Pop goes the weasel|
|Beaton, M. C,||Agatha Raisin and the blood of an Englishman|
|Cain, Chelsea,||Let me go|
|Cleave, Paul,||Five minutes alone|
|Dennison, Hannah,||Murder at Honeychurch Hall|
|Forbes, Elena,||Jigsaw man|
|Galbraith, Gillian,||Troubled waters|
|Gazan, Sissel-Jo,||The arc of the swallow|
|Gerritsen, Tess,||Die again|
|Grey, Isabelle,||Good girls don’t die|
|Hardy, Susannah,||Feta attraction|
|Harris, C. S.||Why kings confess|
|Hay, Mavis Doriel,||Murder underground|
|Hay, Mavis Doriel,||Death on the Cherwell|
|Highsmith, Patricia,||The talented Mr Ripley|
|Hoag, Tami,||Cold cold heart|
|Holt, Anne,||The lion’s mouth|
|Kellerman, Faye,||Murder 101|
|King, Maggie,||Murder at the book group|
|Kuznetsov, Sergei,||Butterfly skin|
|Leather, Stephen,||The eight curious cases of Inspector Zhang|
|MacBride, Stuart,||The missing and the dead|
|McBeth, Colette,||The life I left behind|
|McKinty, Adrian,||Gun street girl|
|Nadel, Barbara,||Land of the blind|
|Neuhaus, Nele,||The ice queen|
|Patterson, James,||Private Vegas|
|Pearl, Matthew.||The technologists|
|Quinn, Anthony,||Curtain call ; or, The distinguished thing|
|Schirach, Ferdinand von,||The girl who wasn’t there|
|Shoham, Liad,||Asylum city|
|Weeks, Lee,||Frozen grave|
The Life I Left Behind
Six years ago, Melody was brutally attacked in a park and left for dead. Her neighbour and close friend David was found guilty of the crime and sent to prison. As a result of the assault, Melody has trouble trusting her judgment and her friendships and becomes increasingly isolated. After David is released from prison, another assault similar to Melody’s attack, caused the death of another woman – Eve. Again Melody is brought out of her safe environment that she has created for herself and forced to reopen the wounds of her traumatic experience. As investigation proceeds with Eve’s murder, Melody begins to wonder if David was really the killer, or is there someone else out there, free and maybe preparing to strike again.
This mystery thriller is written from the perspective first of Melody, and then of Eve’s ghost and also the Detective investigating the crime. It is a tight plot and there are some twists and turns to keep the reader guessing. .
This is a novel of political intrigue – although Hanne Wilhelmsen is on the case, this book looks at the crime from multiple points of view, principally the politicians and the family of the Prime Minister – hence Anne Holt’s knowledge of politics and politicians adds to the authenticity of the narrative. As with politics there is intrigue and lies and the question of who holds the power and how they will use it.
|Close, Yve.||Joshua Smith, artist 1905-1995||759.994 CLOS|
|DeJean, Joan E,||How Paris became Paris||944.361033 DeJE|
|Fox, John F.,||El Proyecto Macnamara||979.403 FOX|
|Hutchins, Brad,||Game, set, cash!||796.342 HUTC|
|Katter, R. C.||Kattertonia||324.2209943 KATT|
|Marsh, Henry,||Do no harm||617.481092 MARS|
|Pye, Michael,||The edge of the world||940.1 PYE|
|Rule, Ann,||Lying in wait||364.152 RULE|
His emphasis on the resilience of ethnic groups, such as the Frisians and the Vikings, to make decisions that changed the course of history instills the reader with hope about achieving success after setbacks. In addition, the author’s inclusion of women’s history shines light on previously overlooked events.
Marian Mays, Butte-Silver Bow P.L., MT –Marian Mays (Reviewed March 1, 2015) (Library Journal, vol 140, issue 4, p100)
From Novelist, EBSCO online, 27/02/2015, http://web.b.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.sl.nsw.gov.au/novp/detail?sid=867d40df-e055-46d3-b22e-b2bf0242754f%40sessionmgr4003&vid=12&hid=128&bdata=JnNpdGU9bm92cC1saXZl#db=neh&UI=10409836
|First World War poems||P HUNT|
|Anderson, Caroline,||Best friend to wife and mother?|
|Ashford, Lucy,,||Regency the courtesan|
|Hardy, Kate,||A baby to heal their hearts|
|Hill, Loretta,||The Maxwell sisters|
|Meier, Susan,||Her brooding Italian boss|
|Morgan, Sarah,||Playing by the Greek’s rules|
|Mortimer, Carol,||The redemption of Darius Sterne|
|Neil, Joanna,||Temptation in paradise|
|Roberts, Nora.||New beginnings|
|Webber, Meredith,||The sheikh doctor’s bride|
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
|Oates, Joyce Carol,||High crime area|
|Burbank, Jon,||Tokyo||TRV 915.213 BURB|
|Chen, Piera,||Hong Kong||TRV 915.125 CHEN|
|Le Nevez, Catherine,||Paris||TRV 914.4361 LENE|
|Olszanska, Barbara,||Budapest||TRV 914.391 OLSZ|
|Sainsbury, Brendan,||Discover Spain||TRV 914.604 SAIN|
New additions to eBooks at SMSA
None this month
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