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 May 2024:


A Lesson in Cruelty – Harriet Tyce

My Favourite Mistake – Marian Keynes

The Household – Stacey Halls

A Promise of Peridot – Kate Golden

The Husbands – Holly Gramazio

Manny and the Baby – Varaidzo

The Start of Something – Holly Williams

The Beloved – Black Dagger Brotherhood Series – J. R. Ward

Daughter of Mine – Megan Miranda

Close to Death – Anthony Horowitz

The Spy – Ajay Chowdhury

The Familiar – Leigh Bardugo

A Calamity of Souls – David Baldacci

A Sicilian Affair – Susan Lewis

The Gathering – C. J. Tudor

England is Mine – Nicolas Padamsee

The In Crowd – Charlotte Vassell



Garden To Save The World: A feel-good guide to growing for yourself, your plants and the planet  – Joe Clark

What am I Missing? – Emma Reed Turrell

The Psychology of Secrets: My Adventures with Murderers, Cults and Influencers – Andrew Gold

Ghosts of the British Museum: A True Story of Colonial Loot and Restless Objects – Noah Angell

The Slimming Foodie Easy Meals Every Day: Healthy dinners for the whole family – Pip Payne

Our Fight – Ronda Rousey

This Time No Mistakes: How to Remake Britain – Will Hutton

Midwife Pip’s Guide to a Positive Birth: Tools to Feel Calm and Confident – Pip Davies

Bored of Lunch Healthy Air Fryer: 30 Minute Meals – Nathan Anthony

All You Need Is Love: The End of the Beatles – An Oral History by Those Who Were There – Steven Gaines and Peter Brown

Every Living Thing: The Great and Deadly Race to Know All Life – Jason Roberts

Golf Wars: LIV and Golf’s Bitter Battle for Power and Identity – Iain Carter

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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