New Books List

Shelves of books.

Are you interested in the new books that are available at your local library? We have a range of fiction and non-fiction books available from March 2024:



For Our Sins – James Oswald

Nightwatching – Tracy Sierra

The Ghost Orchid – Jonathan Kellerman

Every Smile You Fake – Dorothy Koomson

The Book of Doors – Gareth Brown

Meet Me at the Surface – Jodie Matthews

The Wartime Book Club – Kate Thompson

Too Many Cooks – Rosemary Shrager

Our Fair Lily – Rosie Goodwin

Clash of Legions: Empire XIV – Empire series – Anthony Riches

The Burning Land: The Talmont Trilogy Book 1 – The Talmont Trilogy – David Hair

The Best Revenge – Gerald Seymour

The List of Suspicious Things – Jennie Godfrey

Sisterhood – Cathy Kelly

A Sister’s Hope – Mollie Walton

Lone Wolf – Gregg Hurwitz

Island in the Sun – Katie Fforde



Overcoming Social Anxiety and Shyness, 2nd Edition: A self-help guide using cognitive behavioural techniques – Gillian Butler

The CBT Handbook: A comprehensive guide to using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to overcome depression, anxiety and anger – Pamela Myles-Hooton, Roz Shafran 

How to Raise a Viking: The Secrets of Parenting the World’s Happiest Children – Helen Russell

Stroke – The Facts Series – Richard I Lindley

The Sleep Book: How to Sleep Well Every Night –Dr Guy Meadows

How Not to Fit In: An Unapologetic Guide to Navigating Autism and ADHD – Jess JoyCharlotte Mia 

Truth Be Told: Tales from a Baggy Mouth – Linda Robson

How to Feel Better: Practical ways to recover well from illness and injury – Dr Frances Goodhart, Lucy Atkins.

We’re All Mad Here: The No-Nonsense Guide to Living with Social Anxiety – Claire Eastham 

‘What’s Wrong With Me?’: From Unravelling to Reinvention: a Midlife Memoir – Lorraine Candy

Stress Control: A Mind, Body, Life Approach to Boosting Your Well-being –Jim White

Diabetes – The Facts – David Matthews, Niki Meston, Pam Dyson, Jenny Shaw, Laurie King, Aparna Pal 

Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Navigating Your Way to Recovery – Dr Megan Arroll, Professor Christine Dancey

Break Free from OCD: Overcoming Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with CBT – Fiona Challacombe, Dr. Victoria Bream Oldfield, Paul M Salkovskis

Lulu’s Crochet Dolls: 8 Adorable Dolls and Accessories to Crochet – Lulu Compotine

Conwy’s Military Heritage – Military Heritage –Adrian Hughes

Our Awen Libraries Management System allows you to see where any books are, if they are available and how to reserve them.

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