Summer 2020

Welcome to the summer edition of For Your Ears Only packed with lots of recently added titles to tempt you with. The past few months have been difficult for everyone, so we hope you are keeping well and that the books you are receiving from us are helping to bring you some comfort and enjoyment. This season’s picks include the latest in the Tony Hill and Carol Jordan detective series by Val McDermid called “How the Dead Speak”, another spine-tingling offer from author Laura Purcell in the form of “Bone China”, plus the first in a new series by Gervase Phinn called “The School at the Top of the Dale”. If you are after some non-fiction choices, then how about “Chastise: The Dambusters Story” by Max Hastings or Sunday Times bestseller “On Chapel Sands” by Laura Cumming.

Spring 2020

Welcome to the latest edition of For Your Ears Only. At the time of writing we are still in lockdown and restricted on our everyday social activities so we hope you are all keeping well and hopefully you’ll find some titles to entertain you and to keep you company among this season’s new books.

Winter 2019-20

Welcome to the latest edition of For Your Ears Only, packed with an abundance of titles to help you choose your next books, that will keep you company through the rest of the winter. As we enter into the new year you may want to discover some different authors, so how about trying the two new books by cosy crime author T P Fielden, or what about Elaine Roberts with her first family saga book called “The Foyles Bookshop Girls”. Then there is a book to take a chance on in the form of “Little” by Edward Carey, a fictional account of the life of Madame Tussaud, or embark on a quest to find out more about the universe in “The Planets” by Brian Cox and Andrew Cohen.

Autumn 2019

Welcome to the latest edition of For Your Ears Only with plenty of books to choose from to keep you occupied through those sometimes damp and drizzly autumnal days. We have an enticing selection of books recently added to the library that are just waiting to be borrowed. You could dive into a classic thriller with Alistair MacLean’s “Golden Gate”; pick up Michael Ondaatje’s “Warlight”, longlisted for the Booker Prize in 2018; revisit the Greek Myths in Stephen Fry’s “Mythos: The Greek Myths Retold”; take a chance on “The Binding” by Bridget Collins; or, find out about pioneering geologist Mary Anning in “Jurassic Mary” by Patricia Pierce.

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