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September – Books of the Month

We can’t believe September is already here! We have kicked off Spring with some excellent new titles that we are so excited to share with you. Keep reading to discover more about these fantastic books and to order your own copy.

“Ripper” by Shelley Burr 

In this thrilling page-turner, a once-charming, small town is now remembered as the last stop on the Rainier Ripper’s trail of death. Fifteen years ago, Gemma’s innocuous little teashop was turned into a crime scene. Now, a Ripper copycat killer has appeared, and Gemma is drawn into the investigation. Gemma knows her town. She knows her people. Doesn’t she?

“5 Ingredients: Mediterranean” by Jamie Oliver

Jamie’s most popular cookbook goes Mediterranean in this mouth-watering follow-up. Over 120 utterly delicious, easy-to-follow recipes, this time inspired by Jamie’s travels to the Mediterranean. It’s all about making every day cooking super-exciting, with minimal fuss, while transporting you to sunnier climes.

“A Dennith Grange Misadventure: This Camp Is Doomed” by Anna Zobel

A run-down camp in the woods.
No phone reception.
Ten students with untested powers . . .
Celine is seeing conspiracies everywhere. Fionn has a bad premonition about the colour blue. Mr Berg is horrified at the camp’s questionable safety standards. Something is not right at Camp Buttress. This hilarious and quirky new novel by Anna Zobel will keep you guessing as the students and their teachers try to solve the mystery – and survive.

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