Alcott, Louisa May - Newcastle City Council

Alcott, Louisa May - Newcastle City Council

Hamilton, Patrick

Hangover Square

London 1939, and in the grimy publands of Earls

Court, George Harvey Bone is pursuing a

helpless infatuation with Netta who is cool,

contemptuous and hopelessly desirable to

George. George is adrift in hell, until something

goes click in his head and he realizes that he

must kill her.

Harris, Joanne


An exotic stranger opens a chocolate boutique in

a French village at the beginning of Lent, the

traditional season for self denial, dividing the

community and causing a conflict that escalates

into a "Church not Chocolate" battle.

Harris, Joanne

Gentlemen and Players

The place is St Oswald's, an old and long

established boys' grammar school in the north of

England. A new year has just begun, and for the

staff and boys of the School, a wind of

unwelcome change is blowing. Suits, paperwork

and Information Technology rule the world, and

Roy Straitley, Latin master, eccentric, and

veteran of St Oswald's, is finally, reluctantly,

contemplating retirement. But beneath the little

rivalries, petty disputes and everyday crises of

the school, a darker undercurrent stirs. And a

bitter grudge, hidden and carefully nurtured for

thirteen years is about to erupt.

Harrison, Noelle

A Small Part of Me

Christina’s mother walked out on her when she

was just six years old. Now in her early thirties

Christina has reached a desperate crossroads as

a mother herself and goes on the run with her

youngest child, in a bid to find her mother, Greta,

and sanctuary from her husband and family. At

times challenged and inspired by her new alien

environment, Christina returns to memories of

her childhood. A Small Part of Me is a beautifully

evocative novel about love lost, the complexity of

parental love, the innocence of the love of a

child, and the possibility of finding a love mirror

for our souls in another human being.

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