Liberty’s last stand
By: Stephen Coonts
The president of the United States stands on an outdoor stage, flanked by powerful members of his administration and party. Television crews are preparing for broadcast. High above the stage, on a nearby rooftop,
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Liberty’s last stand
There’s a great selection of books to choose from in the Home and Garden living room this month.
Rebuilt : inspiring recovery stories from quake-damaged Canterbury homes
By: Diack, Lucinda, author.
“Remarkable stories of homes rebuilt, remodelled and recreated following
By: Stuart Woods
Stone Barrington’s latest lady friend is full of surprises, both good and ill. A sensual woman with unexpected desires, Stone finds her revelations in the boudoir extremely agreeable. But on the other hand, she also
The missing wife
By: Sheila O’Flanagan
Have you ever wanted to disappear? When Imogen Naughton vanishes, everyone who knows her is shocked. She has a perfect marriage. Her handsome husband treats her like a princess. She’s always said how lucky
The Little Antique Shop Under The Eiffel Tower
Anouk LaRue used to be a romantic, but since she had her
There is a great selection of new biographies hitting the shelves this month.
Never give up
By: Winson, Ian, author.
“Watercare engineer Ian Winson was seriously injured in a gas explosion in Onehunga, Auckland, in 2011, an incident that was
Die of shame
By: Mark Billingham
Every Monday evening, six people gather in a smart North London house to talk about addiction. There they share their deepest secrets: stories of lies, regret, and above all, shame. Then one of them
Here’s a selection of this month’s new books in the General non-fiction living-room:
In dark places : the confessions of Teina Pora and an ex-cop’s fight for justice
By: Bennett, Michael, author.
“He confessed to a crime he didn¿t commit
By: Quintin Jardine
Quintin Jardine’s twenty-sixth Bob Skinner mystery sees the Edinburgh sleuth plunged into a gruelling new case in which no score will go unsettled. Enjoying life as a private citizen after a thirty-year police career, Bob
By: Joe Hill
A terrifying new plague is spreading like wildfire across the country, striking cities one by one: Boston, Detroit, Seattle. The doctors call it Draco Incendia Trychophyton. To everyone else it’s Dragonscale, a highly contagious, deadly