News week of 2 November 2015
SO MANY NEW BOOKS!
New in hardcover
Avenue of Mysteries by John Irving
Sure to be as wonderful and weird as ever.
Even Dogs in the Wild by Ian Rankin
A new John Rebus novel, always a reason to celebrate!
City on Fire by Garth Risk Hallberg
New York City 1976 – 77, this suspenseful novel is receiving a lot of attention and rave reviews.
The Crossing by Michael Connelly
Harry Bosch, now retired, is reluctantly drawn back into a murder case.
The River by Helen Humphreys
An exquisite little book, reflections about the natural world of the river where the author lives.
In Flanders Fields – 100Years – Writing on War, Loss and Remembrance by 13 of Canada’s best writers.
The Woman Who Walked in Sunshine by Alexander McCall-Smith
The new No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency novel.
New in Paperback
Complete Wild Game Cookbook
165 recipes by Jean-Paul Grappe – how to make the most of wild game when the hunters come home.
The Accidental Empress by Alison Pataki
A fascinating work of historic fiction about Empress Elizabeth of Austria, known as “Sisi”.
For the kids
A new Wimpey Kid novel!! Old School by Jeff Kinney – sure to be on the Christmas wish list of all pre-teen boys.