New Books – September

New Books – September

New Books

A tiny snippet of the new books we having coming in to our libraries this month.

Path to the Sea – Liz Fenwick

Rated 4.5 out of 5

The Path to the Sea beautifully evokes the mystery and secrets of the Cornish coast, and will be loved by fans of Kate Morton and Rachel Hore

Sometimes going home is just the beginning…

Boskenna, the beautiful, imposing house standing on the Cornish cliffs, means something different to each of the Trewin women.

For Joan, as a glamorous young wife in the 1960s, it was a paradise where she and her husband could entertain and escape a world where no one was quite what they seemed – a world that would ultimately cost their marriage and end in tragedy. – Goodreads

 

Where the dead go – Sarah Bailey

Rated 4 out of 5

Australiana

Book 3 of the Gemma Woodstock Series

Four years after the events of Into the Night, DS Gemma Woodstock is on the trail of a missing girl in a small coastal town.

‘Every bit as addictive and suspenseful as The Dark Lake . . . Sarah Bailey’s writing is both keenly insightful and wholly engrossing, weaving intriguing and multi-layered plots combined with complicated and compelling characters.’ The Booktopian

 

Gloriously Gluten Free Sweet Treats, Cakes, Tarts and Desserts – Frederique Jules

 

Here are 80 recipes for deliciously gluten-free cakes and pastries. There are recipes for the classics, such as chocolate brownies, tarte tatin, madeleines and marble cake; recipes for the timeless, such as cheesecake, lemon tart, strawberry cake and carrot cake; and completely original recipes such as the ultimate gluten-free wedding cake, passionfruit raspberry roll and coconut pineapple cake.

There is something for every occasion, from breakfast, midmorning pick-me-up, lunchtime cupcake and elegant dinner dessert – generous, extremely indulgent, and guaranteed gluten-free..

 

 

How not to annoy Dad – Dave Hughes and Holly Life

Rated 3.5 out of 5

‘Look, Dad! I made you porridge and coffee… together!’ Follow Dad as he spends the day with his kids. Laugh along with all the hilarious things they say and do!*

(*Definitely, maybe, not entirely based on real life!)