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BOOK OF THE WEEK: Reasons To Be Cheerful by Nina Stibbe

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Reasons To Be Cheerful by Nina Stibbe

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Reasons To Be Cheerful by Nina Stibbe

14 January 2020

Nina Stibbe is a rare writer who highlights what makes us human in this touching novel.


BOOK OF THE WEEK: Live Well by Dr Trisha Macnair

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Live Well by Dr Trisha Macnair

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Live Well by Dr Trisha Macnair

09 January 2020

Learn 100 simple ways 'to add years to your life' in this motivating book.


Book of the Week: Christmas is for Children by Rosie Clarke

Book of the Week: Christmas is for Children by Rosie Clarke

Book of the Week: Christmas is for Children by Rosie Clarke

19 December 2019

Cake shop owner, Flo, hatches a plan with her sister to bring some festive cheer to a community during the Depression.


Book review: Chasing Hares by Christina James

Book review: Chasing Hares by Christina James

Book review: Chasing Hares by Christina James

17 December 2019

Here's what our reviewer thought of the latest crime novel by a Spalding-born author.


BOOK OF THE WEEK: Full Steam Ahead, Felix

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Full Steam Ahead, Felix

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Full Steam Ahead, Felix

12 December 2019

Felix is the world's most famous railway cat, and now a lively little apprentice has arrived to help her out.


BOOK OF THE WEEK: Peaky Blinders - The Real Story by Carl Chinn

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Peaky Blinders - The Real Story by Carl Chinn

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Peaky Blinders - The Real Story by Carl Chinn

05 December 2019

We all know the TV series, but who were the real Peaky Blinders?


BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Naseby Horses by Dominic Brownlow

BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Naseby Horses by Dominic Brownlow

BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Naseby Horses by Dominic Brownlow

28 November 2019

In this enthralling book Simon's sister is missing and he is convinced it has something to do with a local curse.


BOOK OF THE WEEK: Murder at Christmas - Ten Classic Crime Stories for the Festive Season

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Murder at Christmas - Ten Classic Crime Stories for the Festive Season

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Murder at Christmas - Ten Classic Crime Stories for the Festive Season

21 November 2019

Fans of classic murder mystery stories will love this book.


Chance to meet an award-winning author in Spalding this Saturday

Chance to meet an award-winning author in Spalding this Saturday

Chance to meet an award-winning author in Spalding this Saturday

19 November 2019

Edward Parnell's book, Ghostland, explores the places around Britain that inspired supernatural works.


BOOK OF THE WEEK: Chasing Hares by Christina James

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Chasing Hares by Christina James

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Chasing Hares by Christina James

14 November 2019

This is the latest in the DI Yates crime thriller series, by a homegrown author.


Book of the Week: Molly the Pet Detective Dog

Book of the Week: Molly the Pet Detective Dog

Book of the Week: Molly the Pet Detective Dog

07 November 2019

There's never a dull day in the life of a dog detective, as we learn in this charming book.


BOOK OF THE WEEK: We Must Be Brave by Frances Liardet

BOOK OF THE WEEK: We Must Be Brave by Frances Liardet

BOOK OF THE WEEK: We Must Be Brave by Frances Liardet

31 October 2019

After rescuing a young girl fleeing the Blitz, the life Ellen Parr thought she knew changes completely.


New book explores 'The Fens'

New book explores 'The Fens'

New book explores 'The Fens'

30 October 2019

An author tells of his discovery of the area’s distinctive, complex, enduring landscape in his latest release.


BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Children’s Block by Otto B Kraus

BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Children’s Block by Otto B Kraus

BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Children’s Block by Otto B Kraus

24 October 2019

Alex is trying to survive while shielding the children he teaches as best he can in a concentration camp.


BOOK OF THE WEEK: Trim, The Cartographer's Cat

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Trim, The Cartographer's Cat

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Trim, The Cartographer's Cat

17 October 2019

This is the story of the famous cat who accompanied explorer Matthew Flinders when he named Australia.


BOOK OF THE WEEK: Maths on the Back of an Envelope: Clever Ways to (Roughly) Calculate Anything by Rob Eastaway

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Maths on the Back of an Envelope: Clever Ways to (Roughly) Calculate Anything by Rob Eastaway

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Maths on the Back of an Envelope: Clever Ways to (Roughly) Calculate Anything by Rob Eastaway

10 October 2019

In this week's book, you can learn how to tackle tricky maths problems with good old-fashioned brain power.


BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Last Landlady by Laura Thompson

BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Last Landlady by Laura Thompson

BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Last Landlady by Laura Thompson

03 October 2019

A writer pays tribute to an extraordinary woman and the world she epitomised.


BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Ravenmaster by Christopher Skaife

BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Ravenmaster by Christopher Skaife

BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Ravenmaster by Christopher Skaife

26 September 2019

A Yeoman warder has written about the folklore, history and superstitions surrounding the ravens of the Tower of London.


BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Boy Who Followed his Father into Auschwitz

BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Boy Who Followed his Father into Auschwitz

BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Boy Who Followed his Father into Auschwitz

19 September 2019

This is the inspiring true story of a father and son’s fight to stay together and survive the Holocaust.


BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Scarlet Nightingale by Alan Titchmarsh

BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Scarlet Nightingale by Alan Titchmarsh

BOOK OF THE WEEK: The Scarlet Nightingale by Alan Titchmarsh

13 September 2019

A woman is torn between love and loyalty as war rages through Europe in this novel.


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