Into the Wilderness is a unique blend of history, action & romance set in 1792 during the American Revolutionary War period. Readers have described it as a mix between Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series & The Last of the Mohicans, and it's our bookclub pick for September 2014
#StaffPicks #Mystery Agatha Raisin’s detective abilities are controversial and she is rather abrupt, blunt, pushy, and vain. Behind her armored personality, however, she can be intensely generous with her friends and employees. She is also immensely resourceful in her fundraising and her masterful control of the media. This is perhaps where the charm of Agatha Raisin lies for her loyal fans. Read the full review at http://www.santacruzpl.org/readers/blog/2013/jul/18/mistress-agatha/
#awallofbooks It is a novel written in 2003 in the first-person of a fifteen-year-old boy with autistic spectrum condition. It is lovely and absolutely amazing how he explains his fears and difficulties when interpreting the world around him. He describes that for him it is really difficult to mingle with others, so he prefers to mingle with maths or animals. I highly recommend this book for teachers and children who live with young people with these problems. By Vicky. EOI Luarca.