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New to the King’s Lynn and Gaywood libraries are the following DVDs, CDs and books:


Belle (12)

Chef (15)

Fault in our stars (12)

Godzilla (12)

Maleficent (PG)

Mary Queen of Scots (12)

Mrs Brown’s Boys d’movie (15)

Oculus (15)

Seve: The movie (PG)

Walking on sunshine (12)

The hundred year-old man who climbed out of a window a disappeared (15)


5 seconds of summer – 5 seconds of summer

James – La Petite Mort

Linkin’ Park – The Hunting Party

Manic Street Preachers – Futurology

Willie Nelson – Band of Brothers

Books - Fiction

Elizabeth Buchan: I can’t Begin to Tell You

Denmark, 1940. War has come and everyone must choose a side. For British-born Kay Eberstern, living on her husband Bror’s country estate, the Nazi invasion and occupation of her adopted country is a time of terrible uncertainty and inner conflict. With Bror desperate to preserve the legacy of his family home, even if it means co-existing with the enemy, Kay knows she cannot do the same. Lured by British Intelligence into a covert world of resistance and sabotage, her betrayal of Bror is complete as she puts her family in danger.

Martina Cole: The good Life

Cain Moran wanted Jenny Riley more than he had ever wanted anyone or anything before in his life. But loving Jenny Riley was the easy part; it was telling his wife he wanted a divorce that was going to be the killer... Jenny is not just any girl. She cares nothing for Cain’s hard-man reputation - she just wants to be with him. But Cain is not a free man. And he’s about to find out that when his wife Caroline said ‘til death us do part, she meant it.

Felix Francis: Damage

Jeff Hinkley, undercover investigator for the British Horseracing Authority, is looking into the shady activities of a racehorse trainer. But as he’s tailing his quarry through the Cheltenham Racing Festival, the last thing he expects to witness is a gruesome murder. Could it have something to do with the reason the trainer was banned in the first place - the administration of illegal drugs to his horses? Days later, it’s discovered that many more horses test positive for prohibited stimulants, a scandal that could throw horse-racing into disrepute. It’s no surprise when the BHA receives a demand - pay up or face the consequences. In order to limit the damage to the sport, it’s critical that Jeff find the perpetrator, but he’ll soon learn he’s up against someone who will stop at nothing to prevail.

Claire North: The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August

Harry August is on his deathbed, again. Every time he dies, he is reborn in exactly the same time and place, a child with all the knowledge of a life he has already lived a dozen times before. No matter what he does or the decisions he makes, when death comes, he always returns to where he began, and nothing ever changes. He only knows that there are others like him, living with but apart from the rest of us. This is the story of what he does next - what he did before - and how he tries to save a past he cannot change and a future he cannot allow.

Kathy Reichs: Bones Never Lie

For a decade, Temperance Brennan has been haunted by the one who got away. The killer of young women. The monster. And the one who has now come back. Feeding on fear, grief and rage. Killing again. Killing girls. Getting closer. Coming for Tempe.

Books - Non -iction

Gino D’Accampo: Gino’s Italian escape : a taste of the sun

Let Gino be your guide to the very best of Italian food as he travels through the beautiful north of his home country, from Venice to Tuscany, the Lakes to Milan. Including 120 mouth-watering recipes - from pasta to pizza, antipasti to puddings, the simple soups to delicious feasts - ‘Gino’s Italian Escape’ will give you a little bit of the real Italy in your own kitchen.

Sara Emslie: Beautifully small : clever ideas for compact spaces

Sara Emslie embraces the positive aspects of living in small spaces and offers creative design and style solutions to the practical problems associated with limited living space.

Pen Farthing: Wylie – the brave street dog who never gave up

For a street dog born in the city of Kandahar, Afghanistan, to be crowned top dog at Scruffts, a competition for rescued crossbreads held during Crufts, the largest dog show on earth, is nothing short of a miracle. But for Wylie, the gentle, cropped eared ball of fur, miracles seemed to happen quite regularly. Beaten and abused while being used as a bait dog, Wylie suffered terrible injuries that needed urgent treatment. Rescued close to death, with hacked off ears and a severed tail, he was attended to by soldiers who feared he would not last the night. Astonishingly he did, only to return days later with new injuries. However, a lifeline came when he was handed over to animal welfare charity Nowzad and flown to Britain in the hope of finding a new life. This is the story of a dog who never gave up hope.

Janice Hadlow: The strangest family – The private lives of George III, Queen Charlotte and the Hanoverians

George III came to the throne in 1760 with a mission: he wanted to be a new kind of king, one whose power was rooted in the affection and approval of his people. ‘The Strangest Family’ is the story of how the best intentions can produce unhappy consequences..

Will Torrent: Chocolate at Home – step-by-step recipes to help you master the art of chocolate

Master patissier Will Torrent is back to show you the art of working with chocolate at home. Covering the history and provenance of chocolate, the varieties available, and the techniques needed to turn it into beautiful and mouthwatering creations, this book will inspire you to try all sorts of recipes.