From the Library – May 2018
BOOK OF THE MONTH
Rather His Own Man by Geoffrey Robertson
This is a witty, engrossing memoir, of the long and dedicated legal life of Geoffrey Robertson, who spent a life time defending human rights. This is a beautifully written memoir.
AUTHOR OF THE MONTH
Camilla graduated from Gothenburg University of Economics, before moving to Stockholm where she worked for many years as an economist. A course in creative crime writing became the trigger to a drastic change of career. All of her novels have become best sellers.
Bring Me Back by B.A. Paris
A young British couple are driving through France on a holiday when they stop for gas. He runs in to pay, she stays in the car. When he returns her car door is open, but she is not inside. No one ever sees her again. Ten years later he’s engaged to be married, until he comes home one night from work and finds an email from his wife or is it someone else ~
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeymoon
Eleanor lives a fairly secluded life due to her lack of social graces and crippling self esteem and anxiety issues. She works at a graphic design firm in the finance department and spends the rest of her time at home, usually drinking. Eleanor decides to make some changes in her life. As things change, she is forced to confront the past.
The Paris Seamstress by Natasha Lester
This Paris Seamstress is set in Paris to New York to Australia. One era is the war years – and the effects on France especially. The other era is one recent and modern. Through the years there is the mystery of family and friendships. It tracks the endeavours of one woman – Estelle and her love of designing dresses and other clothing. When she finds herself in New York her journey begins.