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Joe Reed

NEW to Gaywood and King’s Lynn Libraries for August:

DVDs

21 Jump Street 15

Contraband 15

John Carter 12

Mirror Mirror PG

Project X 18

The Raven 15

StreetDance 2 PG

This Means War 12

We Bought A Zoo PG

CDs

Michael Kiwanuka – Home again

Marina & the Diamonds – Electra heart

Jason Mraz – Love is a Four-letter Word

Sean Paul – Tomahawk Technique

REM – Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage – 1982-2011

Shins – Port of Morrow

Rufus Wainwright – Out of the Game

Jack White – Blunderbuss

Books – Fiction

Sean Black – Gridlock Adult movie actress Raven Lane is one of the most lusted after women in America. But when a headless corpse turns up in the trunk of her car, she realises that fame carries a terrible price. Fearing for her life, and with the LAPD seemingly unable to protect her, Raven turns to elite bodyguard, Ryan Lock for help.

Barbara Erskine – River of destiny An Anglo Saxon burial ground that must not be disturbed. A Victorian tragedy of forbidden love. And an ancient curse whose power grows ever stronger. On the banks of the River Deben lies a set of barns dating back to the Anglo Saxons, and within their walls secrets have laid buried for centuries.

Andy McNab – Battle Lines Set both in Afghanistan and the UK, ‘Battle Lines’ revolves around a close knit group of soldiers and their friends, families and loved ones.

Alexander McCall Smith – Sunshine on Scotland Street Alexander McCall Smith gives us another installment in this popular series. Anything could happen to Bertie and the gang, especially with an invitation to one of Scotland’s premier jazz festivals.

Danielle Steel – Friends Forever Five young children meet at the elite Atwood school. They become an inseparable group, known to outsiders as the ‘Big Five’. They lean on one another through all the bumps and bends of their childhood years. But when the tight-knit group parts ways after graduation, their lives veer off in different directions.

James Wilde – The Devil’s Army The Battle of Hastings has been lost. The iron fist of William the Conquorer has begun to squeeze the life out of England. Villages are torched and men, women and children put to the sword as the Norman king attempts to impose his will. But there is one who stands in the way of the invader’s savagery. He is called Hereward.

Books – Non Fiction

Donna Egan – The ice cream sandwiches book Ice cream sandwiches are the scrumptious new hit with foodie lovers everywhere. Inside this prettily packaged book are 50 easy-to-make recipes for ice cream fillings, simple cookies in a variety of tempting flavours and instructions for preparing and assembling them into delicious, unique sandwiches.

Signe Johansen – Scandilicious Baking An introduction to Scandinavian baking, with more gorgeous recipes for breads, pastries, cakes and biscuits from Signe Johansen, all oozing with scandilicious flair.

Carole King – A Natural Woman This is a memoir by the iconic singer-songwriter chronicling her story from her beginnings in Brooklyn through her remarkable success as one of the world’s most acclaimed musical talents, to her present day as a leading performer and activist.

Knit Noro Accessories: 30 colourful little knits Using only the finest natural materials and ecologically sound manufacturing processes, Japanese designer Eisaku Noro has been producing some of the most extraordinary and popular yarns in the world for over 30 years. This title features 32 small projects knitters can complete in a weekend.

Matt Whyman – Walking with Sausage Dogs Keeping pets is a lovely idea. When building a family, they complement the kids. But what happens when things get out of hand? For writer and house husband, Matt Whyman, it’s a case of catastrophe management in coping with four children and all the ill-advised animals amassed by his career wife, Emma.

Mitch Winehouse – Amy, My Daughter In this intimate account of Amy Winehouse’s life, music and untimely death, her father Mitch gives readers full access to his daughter’s private life in the midst of her immensely public triumphs and tragedies.

 

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