By Susanna Gregory
Matthew Bartholomew is a physician in medieval Cambridge when the Bubonic plague strikes. In addition he must investigate some mysterious murders. An absorbing mystery with great attention to historical detail.
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By Erin Kelly
Really good thriller with varying viewpoints & jumping backwards and forwards between 1999 and 2015 as the whole story slowly comes together. Creepy and atmospheric you will be left with an eerie feeling at the end.
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By Angie Thomas
This confronting, emotionally-charged book inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement details the aftermath of Starr Carter witnessing the fatal shooting of her childhood friend, Khalil, by a police officer.
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Spark Joy by Marie Kondo
I predict that you (like me) will enjoy this book, embrace its ideas about tidiness and minimalism, gush at its elegant simplicity and find yourself energised and motivated, only to discover that your home remains in perfect disarray… prove me wrong!
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Set in, a slightly in the future, San Francisco this cop noir novel will slowly pull you in. The pacing is measured and this new world has disturbing parallels with the current world. As for the ending…well- you don’t expect me to give everything away, do you?
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You don’t have to know who Lecrae is to love this page turner. It is a journey through a musician’s personal life & insight in to the music industry. This autobiography is so raw as it takes you through his childhood battles, faith struggles & tells of grace and redemption.
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This is a book about a dinosaur named Bolivar who lives in New York. Nobody ever notices him because they are far too busy to notice him…until a little girl living next door named Sybil notices. Bolivar is a good book because there are lots of funny twists and you can never really be sure what to expect! I recommend this book to all children! I think the message of this book is that we should probably take notice of things more than we do because were all so busy with our phones and devices that we should just look at the simple but beautiful things around us in life. – Sebastian, 10 years old.
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