Tuesday, January 21, 2014

More Favourites from Pat

Our "Pat's Picks from 2013" post proved so popular Pat has given us an extended list complete with star ratings. Once again I have highlighted titles you can access freely as eBooks from our eCollections. For assistance with eBooks call 4974 5340 or see our help sheets.

The amateur science of love Craig Sherborne ***1/2
Blackout and All Clear (e) Connie Willis ****
The troubled man Henning Mankell ***
The unknown terrorist Richard Flanagan ***1/2
Wanting  Richard Flanagan ****
People of the book Geraldine Brooks ****1/2
Millenium trilogy (e) Stieg Larrson***** (all 3 books)
The beauty of humanity movement Camilla Gibb ***
Whispering Death (e) Gary Disher ****
The Blasphemer Nigel Farndale ****
Flock Lyn Hughes ***
Exposed Liza Marklund ***
End of the wasp season Denise Mina ****
One summer David Baldacci **1/2
The school of essential ingredients Erica Bauemeister ****
The revisionist Thomas Mullen ****
The hand that trembles Kjell Eriksson **1/2
The secret river Kate Grenville ***1/3
The colour of tea Hamnah Tunnicliffe **1/2
The keeper of lost causes Jussi Adler-Olsen ****
The dovekeepers Alice Hoffman *****
The vault Ruth Rendell ****
Still riding on the storm Robert E Barrett ****
A room full of bones Elly Griffiths ***1/2
Before ever after Samantha Sotto ***1/2
All that I am Anna Funder **** 1/2
The fine colour of rust P.A O'Rielly ****
The Key Simon Toyne ***1/2
The woman who went to bed for a year Sue Townsend ****
The best exotic Marigold Hotel Deborah Maggoch ***
Zero Option (e) David Rollins ****
The killing (e)  David Hewson ****1/2
The light between oceans M L Stedman****1/2
The Boundary (e) Nicole Watson ***
The midnight promise (e) Zane Lovitt ****
All my enemies (e) Barry Maitland ***1/2
The first cut Ali Knight ****
The casual vacancy J K Rowling *
The tour Denise Scott ***
Port Villa Blues Gary Disher ***1/2
Bill the Bastard Roland Perry ****
Habits of the house Fay Weldon ****
Two Brothers Ben Elton ****1/2
Munster's case (e) Hakan Nesser ***1/2

The laughing clowns William MacGinnes ****

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