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A matter of evidence / Rhys Dylan https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3939726&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Dylan, Rhys<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>Wyrmwood books, 2024<br />A DCI Evan Warlow novel ; 12<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">1 reserve</span><br /><br />HQ-New Stock - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Mystery - MYS Pbk - In-transit from HQ-New Stock to Peterhead Library (Set: 23 Apr 2024) - 2158768<br /> The light remains / Rhys Dylan https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3939731&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Dylan, Rhys<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>Wyrmwood books, 2024<br />A DCI Evan Warlow novel ; 11<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">1 reserve</span><br /><br />HQ-New Stock - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Mystery - MYS Pbk - In-transit from HQ-New Stock to Peterhead Library (Set: 23 Apr 2024) - 2158764<br /> Doric, Historic and Humorous / Harold Morrison Murray https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3935256&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Murray, Harold Morrison<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>Harold Morrison Murray, 2024<br /><br />HQ-Non Reservable Local Studies - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Local Studies - X2 MUR - Available - 2155947<br /> Weaning : what to feed, when to feed, and how to feed your baby / Annabel Karmel. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3740767&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 'Weaning' guides you through every aspect of weaning your baby, with advice on when to start weaning, which foods to introduce first, how to prepare foods safely, and how to spoon feed purées and solid foods. With up-to-date information on allergies and intolerances, advice on how to encourage baby-led weaning, and tips on combining foods to build up flavours and textures, you can be sure your baby is getting exactly what his or her growing body needs. 'Weaning' guides you through every aspect of weaning your baby, with advice on when to start weaning, which foods to introduce first, how to prepare foods safely, and how to spoon feed purées and solid foods. With up-to-date information on allergies and intolerances, advice on how to encourage baby-led weaning, and tips on combining foods to build up flavours and textures, you can be sure your baby is getting exactly what his or her growing body needs.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Karmel, Annabel<br />New edition.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Dorling Kindersley Limited, 2024.<br />159 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 23 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">2 reserves</span><br /><br />Westhill Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Non-Fiction - 649.3 - Onloan - Due: 02 May 2024 - 4065234<br /> Broken light / Joanne Harris. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3740892&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 Bernie Moon's ambitions and dreams have been forgotten by everyone else - including Bernie herself. At 19 she was full of promise, but now facing 50 and going through the menopause, she's a fading light. Until the murder of a woman in a local park unlocks a series of childhood memories, and with them, a talent that she has hidden all her adult life. What happens when the frustrations and power of an older woman are finally given their chance to be revealed? Bernie Moon's ambitions and dreams have been forgotten by everyone else - including Bernie herself. At 19 she was full of promise, but now facing 50 and going through the menopause, she's a fading light. Until the murder of a woman in a local park unlocks a series of childhood memories, and with them, a talent that she has hidden all her adult life. What happens when the frustrations and power of an older woman are finally given their chance to be revealed?<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Harris, Joanne<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Orion, 2024.<br />423 pages ; 20 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">3 reserves</span><br /><br />Mearns Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Onloan - Due: 09 May 2024 - 4065570<br />Westhill Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - In-transit from Westhill Library to Strichen Library (Set: 17 Apr 2024) - 4065569<br /> The Mars house / Natasha Pulley. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3740901&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 A queer sci-fi novel about a refugee from Earth and a xenophobic Mars politician who agree to a fake marriage after a media encounter damages both their reputations. A queer sci-fi novel about a refugee from Earth and a xenophobic Mars politician who agree to a fake marriage after a media encounter damages both their reputations.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Pulley, Natasha<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Gollancz, 2024.<br />469 pages ; 24 cm<br /><br />HQ-New Stock - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Science-Fiction - SF - Available - 4065458<br />Portlethen Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Science-Fiction - SF - Pending (Set: 23 Apr 2024) - 4065459<br /> The bookbinder of Jericho / Pip Williams. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3740970&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 When the men of Oxford University Press leave for the Western Front, Peggy, her twin sister Maude and their friends in the bookbindery must shoulder the burden at home. As Peggy moves between her narrowboat full of memories and the demands of the Press, her dreams of studying feel ever more remote. She must know her place, fold her pages and never stop to savour the precious words in front of her. From volunteer nurses to refugees fleeing the horrors of occupation, the war brings women together from all walks of life, and with them some difficult choices for Peggy. New friends and lovers offer new opportunities, but they also make new demands - and Peggy must write her own story. When the men of Oxford University Press leave for the Western Front, Peggy, her twin sister Maude and their friends in the bookbindery must shoulder the burden at home. As Peggy moves between her narrowboat full of memories and the demands of the Press, her dreams of studying feel ever more remote. She must know her place, fold her pages and never stop to savour the precious words in front of her. From volunteer nurses to refugees fleeing the horrors of occupation, the war brings women together from all walks of life, and with them some difficult choices for Peggy. New friends and lovers offer new opportunities, but they also make new demands - and Peggy must write her own story.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Williams, Pip<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Vintage, 2024.<br />436 pages : maps (black and white) ; 20 cm<br /><br />Inverurie Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Onloan - Due: 16 May 2024 - 4065562<br />Mearns Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - In-transit from HQ-Circulation to Mearns Library (Set: 18 Apr 2024) - 4065561<br /> Colonialism : a moral reckoning / Nigel Biggar. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741358&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 In the wake of the dissolution of the Soviet empire in 1989, many believed that we had arrived at the 'End of History' - that the global dominance of liberal democracy had been secured forever. Now however, with Russia rattling its sabre on the borders of Europe and China rising to challenge the post-1945 world order, the liberal West faces major threats. These threats are not only external. Especially in the Anglosphere, the 'decolonisation' movement corrodes the West's self-confidence by retelling the history of European and American colonial dominance as a litany of racism, exploitation, and massively murderous violence. Nigel Biggar tests this indictment, addressing the crucial questions in eight chapters. In the wake of the dissolution of the Soviet empire in 1989, many believed that we had arrived at the 'End of History' - that the global dominance of liberal democracy had been secured forever. Now however, with Russia rattling its sabre on the borders of Europe and China rising to challenge the post-1945 world order, the liberal West faces major threats. These threats are not only external. Especially in the Anglosphere, the 'decolonisation' movement corrodes the West's self-confidence by retelling the history of European and American colonial dominance as a litany of racism, exploitation, and massively murderous violence. Nigel Biggar tests this indictment, addressing the crucial questions in eight chapters.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Biggar, Nigel<br />[Revised and updated edition] / with new postscript.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : William Collins, 2024.<br />xvi, 558 pages : map (black and white) ; 20 cm<br /><br />Inverurie Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Non-Fiction - 325.341 - Onloan - Due: 24 Apr 2024 - 4065368<br /> Un-typical : how the world isn't built for autistic people and what we should all do about it / Pete Wharmby. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741359&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 The modern world is built for neurotypicals: needless noise, bright flashing lights, small talk, phone calls, unspoken assumptions and unwritten rules - it can be a nightmarish dystopia for the autistic population. Pete Wharmby lays bare the experience of being 'different', explaining with wit and warmth just how exhausting it is to fit in to a world not designed for you. But this book is more than an explanation. After a late diagnosis and a lifetime of 'masking', Pete is the perfect interlocutor to explain how our two worlds can meet, and what we can do for the many autistic people in our schools, workplaces and lives. The modern world is built for neurotypicals: needless noise, bright flashing lights, small talk, phone calls, unspoken assumptions and unwritten rules - it can be a nightmarish dystopia for the autistic population. Pete Wharmby lays bare the experience of being 'different', explaining with wit and warmth just how exhausting it is to fit in to a world not designed for you. But this book is more than an explanation. After a late diagnosis and a lifetime of 'masking', Pete is the perfect interlocutor to explain how our two worlds can meet, and what we can do for the many autistic people in our schools, workplaces and lives.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Wharmby, Pete<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Mudlark, 2024.<br />248 pages ; 20 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">2 reserves</span><br /><br />Inverurie Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Non-Fiction - 616.858 - Onloan - Due: 30 Apr 2024 - 4065293<br /> The sentence / Christina Dalcher. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741362&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 A law intended to end capital punishment. Prosecutors who seek the death penalty put their lives on the line if the guilty are later found innocent. A lawyer convinced beyond reasonable doubt. Justine Boucher is presented with overwhelming evidence in a brutal murder case. Her request for execution is granted. But what if she's wrong? A law intended to end capital punishment. Prosecutors who seek the death penalty put their lives on the line if the guilty are later found innocent. A lawyer convinced beyond reasonable doubt. Justine Boucher is presented with overwhelming evidence in a brutal murder case. Her request for execution is granted. But what if she's wrong?<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Dalcher, Christina<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : HQ, 2024.<br />337 pages ; 20 cm<br /><br />Insch Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Available - 4065333<br /> The secret hours / Mick Herron. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741466&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 Monochrome is a busted flush. Beginning as an investigation into the historical misdeeds of the intelligence services by a vindicative prime minister, Monochrome is now circling the drain, much like the careers of the two civil servants - Griselda Fleet and Malcolm Kyle - charged with overseeing the inquiry. And then the OTIS file falls into their hands. What secrets does this hold that see a long-redundant spy being chased through Devon's green lanes in the dark? What happened in a newly reunified Berlin that someone is desperate to keep under wraps? And who will win the battle for the soul of the secret service - or was that decided a long time ago? Monochrome is a busted flush. Beginning as an investigation into the historical misdeeds of the intelligence services by a vindicative prime minister, Monochrome is now circling the drain, much like the careers of the two civil servants - Griselda Fleet and Malcolm Kyle - charged with overseeing the inquiry. And then the OTIS file falls into their hands. What secrets does this hold that see a long-redundant spy being chased through Devon's green lanes in the dark? What happened in a newly reunified Berlin that someone is desperate to keep under wraps? And who will win the battle for the soul of the secret service - or was that decided a long time ago?<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Herron, Mick<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Baskerville, 2024.<br />400 pages ; 20 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">4 reserves</span><br /><br />Inverurie Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Onloan - Due: 01 May 2024 - 4065331<br />Mearns Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Onloan - Due: 18 May 2024 - 4065332<br /> A year full of pots : container flowers for all seasons / Sarah Raven ; photographs by Jonathan Buckley. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741474&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 'A Year Full of Pots' overbrims with year-round inspiration, planting ideas and expert advice from Sarah Raven, author of 'A Year Full of Flowers' and 'A Year Full of Veg'. Following the seasons, this book shows you how to make your own evolving tapestry of colour through long-lasting container combinations. All the flowers and planting schemes Sarah has tried and tested over the decades are in here, plus the design principles that will work for you at any scale, whether you have one pot or a garden full of them. 'A Year Full of Pots' overbrims with year-round inspiration, planting ideas and expert advice from Sarah Raven, author of 'A Year Full of Flowers' and 'A Year Full of Veg'. Following the seasons, this book shows you how to make your own evolving tapestry of colour through long-lasting container combinations. All the flowers and planting schemes Sarah has tried and tested over the decades are in here, plus the design principles that will work for you at any scale, whether you have one pot or a garden full of them.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Raven, Sarah<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2024.<br />415 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 24 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">2 reserves</span><br /><br />Banchory Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Non-Fiction - 635.986 - Onloan - Due: 25 Apr 2024 - 4065237<br /> The dead don't speak / Claire Askew. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741475&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 An anonymous vigilante stalks the streets of Edinburgh. As his behaviour escalates, the police are at a loss - they can find no clues to his identity, and no trace of his whereabouts. DI Helen Birch has been told to stay away from the case - but she's never been one to play by the rules. When her colleague Amy comes to her asking for help, DI Birch finds it impossible to resist the challenge - and soon, her life is on the line. An anonymous vigilante stalks the streets of Edinburgh. As his behaviour escalates, the police are at a loss - they can find no clues to his identity, and no trace of his whereabouts. DI Helen Birch has been told to stay away from the case - but she's never been one to play by the rules. When her colleague Amy comes to her asking for help, DI Birch finds it impossible to resist the challenge - and soon, her life is on the line.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Askew, Claire, 1986-<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Hodder, 2024.<br />390 pages ; 20 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">5 reserves</span><br /><br />Banchory Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Mystery - MYS Pbk - In-transit from Banchory Library to Kemnay Library (Set: 28 Mar 2024) - 4064934<br /> Diamond promises / Anna Jacobs. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741476&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 Lancashire, 1895. Abigail Dawson has lived in fear of her father for 30 years. But when, after uprooting them to a grand new home in Ollerthwaite, he's found murdered in the street, her life is turned upside down. Alone and caught in a web of her father's secrets, Abigail needs someone to rely on - so when hardworking handyman Rufus promises her a new life, she's thrilled at the chance to have a family of her own. But as they grow closer, could it be more than a marriage of convenience? Meanwhile, the rebuilding of the Ollerton estate is bringing new life to the valley - but old grudges, and new threats, are disturbing the peace. With plans for the Diamond Jubilee approaching, can the whole village band together to protect their home? Lancashire, 1895. Abigail Dawson has lived in fear of her father for 30 years. But when, after uprooting them to a grand new home in Ollerthwaite, he's found murdered in the street, her life is turned upside down. Alone and caught in a web of her father's secrets, Abigail needs someone to rely on - so when hardworking handyman Rufus promises her a new life, she's thrilled at the chance to have a family of her own. But as they grow closer, could it be more than a marriage of convenience? Meanwhile, the rebuilding of the Ollerton estate is bringing new life to the valley - but old grudges, and new threats, are disturbing the peace. With plans for the Diamond Jubilee approaching, can the whole village band together to protect their home?<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Jacobs, Anna<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Hodder, 2024.<br />336 pages ; 20 cm.<br />Jubilee Lake saga ; book 3.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">8 reserves</span><br /><br />Ballater Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Onloan - Due: 07 May 2024 - 4065325<br />Fraserburgh Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Onloan - Due: 25 Apr 2024 - 4065324<br /> Mind your gut : the science-based, whole body-guide to living well with IBS / Kate Scarlata and Dr Megan Riehl ; foreword by Dr William D. Chey. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741498&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 IBS impacts millions of people around the world - it is tricky to diagnose and miserable to live with. Through a comprehensive, holistic approach to living with IBS, 'Mind Your Gut' offers a full toolbox of therapeutic options to help manage your IBS. IBS impacts millions of people around the world - it is tricky to diagnose and miserable to live with. Through a comprehensive, holistic approach to living with IBS, 'Mind Your Gut' offers a full toolbox of therapeutic options to help manage your IBS.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Scarlata, Kate<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Vermilion, 2024.<br />xii, 370 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 22 cm<br /><br />HQ-New Stock - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Non-Fiction - 362.196 - Available - 4065245<br /> The day tripper / James Goodhand. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741508&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 It's 1995, and Alex Dean has it all: a spot at Cambridge next year, the love of the beautiful and vivacious Holly, and all the time in the world ahead of him. That is until a run-in with a former childhood bully sees him bruised and bloody and almost drowning in the Thames. He awakes the next day only to find he's in a messy, derelict room he's never seen before, in grimy clothes he doesn't recognise, with no idea of how he got there. A glimpse in the mirror tells him he's older - much older - and has been living a hard life. He snatches a paper and finds it's 2010 - 15 years since that night by the river. After finally drifting off to sleep that night, Alex wakes the following morning to find it's now 2019, another nine years later. But the next day, it's 1999. Never knowing which day is coming, he begins to piece together what happens in his life after that fateful night by the river. What is going on? It's 1995, and Alex Dean has it all: a spot at Cambridge next year, the love of the beautiful and vivacious Holly, and all the time in the world ahead of him. That is until a run-in with a former childhood bully sees him bruised and bloody and almost drowning in the Thames. He awakes the next day only to find he's in a messy, derelict room he's never seen before, in grimy clothes he doesn't recognise, with no idea of how he got there. A glimpse in the mirror tells him he's older - much older - and has been living a hard life. He snatches a paper and finds it's 2010 - 15 years since that night by the river. After finally drifting off to sleep that night, Alex wakes the following morning to find it's now 2019, another nine years later. But the next day, it's 1999. Never knowing which day is coming, he begins to piece together what happens in his life after that fateful night by the river. What is going on?<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Goodhand, James<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>Edinburgh : Black & White, 2024.<br />360 pages ; 24 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">1 reserve</span><br /><br />Huntly Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT - In-transit from Huntly Library to Banchory Library (Set: 16 Apr 2024) - 4065448<br /> Strong : life, loss and eternal love for my daughter / Ashley Cain. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741512&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 'Strong' is the moving and heartbreaking memoir from celebrity campaigner, endurance athlete, and father of an angel, Ashley Cain. Charting his daughter's birth and the fight for her life when she was diagnosed with leukaemia at 7 weeks old, Ashley reflects on his life and his own struggles since Azaylia's passing in 2021. Ashley embodies strength and resilience - recently setting up The Azaylia Foundation and taking part in extreme physical challenges to raise crucial funds and awareness for children fighting cancer - so though 'Strong' is a moving tribute to his daughter, it will also encompass the practical and positive mindset that Ashley now embodies, tying his emotional and physical grief into his extreme challenges, in order to provide inspiration and comfort to others struggling with loss and other mental health challenges. 'Strong' is the moving and heartbreaking memoir from celebrity campaigner, endurance athlete, and father of an angel, Ashley Cain. Charting his daughter's birth and the fight for her life when she was diagnosed with leukaemia at 7 weeks old, Ashley reflects on his life and his own struggles since Azaylia's passing in 2021. Ashley embodies strength and resilience - recently setting up The Azaylia Foundation and taking part in extreme physical challenges to raise crucial funds and awareness for children fighting cancer - so though 'Strong' is a moving tribute to his daughter, it will also encompass the practical and positive mindset that Ashley now embodies, tying his emotional and physical grief into his extreme challenges, in order to provide inspiration and comfort to others struggling with loss and other mental health challenges.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Cain, Ashley<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Blink, [2024]<br />292 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (colour) ; 20 cm<br /><br />Westhill Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Non-Fiction - 362.198 - Onloan - Due: 16 May 2024 - 4065297<br /> The year that changed us / Helen Rolfe. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741529&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 As young women, Lise and Emma had the kind of friendship people dream about. While Lise's own family was distant and disengaged, Emma's was welcoming and warm, and for the first twenty-six years of their life, growing up together in a close-knit community, the duo were inseparable. But when they decide to spend one year living together in Paris, what starts as the adventure of a lifetime becomes a disaster that changes everything. And when Emma returns to Bath the following summer, Lise stays behind in France, their friendship in tatters. Now, sixteen years later, Lise has come back to their hometown, determined to put things right. But to do so, she'll have to face up to the truth about what happened in Paris. And with Emma refusing to talk to her, can she get close enough to share her secret? As young women, Lise and Emma had the kind of friendship people dream about. While Lise's own family was distant and disengaged, Emma's was welcoming and warm, and for the first twenty-six years of their life, growing up together in a close-knit community, the duo were inseparable. But when they decide to spend one year living together in Paris, what starts as the adventure of a lifetime becomes a disaster that changes everything. And when Emma returns to Bath the following summer, Lise stays behind in France, their friendship in tatters. Now, sixteen years later, Lise has come back to their hometown, determined to put things right. But to do so, she'll have to face up to the truth about what happened in Paris. And with Emma refusing to talk to her, can she get close enough to share her secret?<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Rolfe, Helen J.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Boldwood, 2024.<br />307 pages ; 20 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">2 reserves</span><br /><br />Stonehaven Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - In-transit from Stonehaven Library to Fraserburgh Library (Set: 17 Apr 2024) - 4064881<br /> Nosy neighbours / Freya Sampson. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741530&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 You can choose your home, but you can't choose who lives next door. 25 year old Kat Bennett has never felt at home anywhere, especially not in crumbling Shelley House. The other residents think she's prickly and unapproachable, but beneath her tough exterior, Kat is plagued by guilt from her past and looking for somewhere to belong. 77 year old Dorothy Darling has lived in Shelley House for longer than anyone else, and if you believe the other tenants, she's as cantankerous and vindictive as they come. Dorothy may spend her days spying on the neighbours, but she has a closely guarded secret herself - and a good reason for barely leaving her home. When their building faces demolition, sworn enemies Kat and Dorothy become unlikely allies in their quest to save their historic home; and even less likely detectives when they suspect that foul play is coming from within Shelley House. You can choose your home, but you can't choose who lives next door. 25 year old Kat Bennett has never felt at home anywhere, especially not in crumbling Shelley House. The other residents think she's prickly and unapproachable, but beneath her tough exterior, Kat is plagued by guilt from her past and looking for somewhere to belong. 77 year old Dorothy Darling has lived in Shelley House for longer than anyone else, and if you believe the other tenants, she's as cantankerous and vindictive as they come. Dorothy may spend her days spying on the neighbours, but she has a closely guarded secret herself - and a good reason for barely leaving her home. When their building faces demolition, sworn enemies Kat and Dorothy become unlikely allies in their quest to save their historic home; and even less likely detectives when they suspect that foul play is coming from within Shelley House.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Sampson, Freya<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Zaffre, 2024.<br />418 pages ; 20 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">1 reserve</span><br /><br />Inverurie Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - On reserve shelf at Inverurie Library - 4065512<br />Mintlaw Library @ MACBI - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Available - 4065513<br /> Girl in the making / Anna Fitzgerald. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741574&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 Jean Kennedy is a gentle, perceptive girl growing up in a very strange world: suburban Dublin in the 1970s and '80s. In the company of her mother, her Aunty Ida, and her little brother Baby John F., Jean experiences love and joy. But home is not a safe place, and Jean is unequal and unprotected. When she speaks just one small part of the truth, she must quickly learn to navigate the dangers and possibilities of a world she scarcely understands. Jean's hypnotic, unsparing and ultimately hopeful voice captures the dreams and terrors of girlhood in a brutally hypocritical world, and narrates her encounters with better ways of being. Through it all, Jean's voice pulsates with life and passion. Jean Kennedy is a gentle, perceptive girl growing up in a very strange world: suburban Dublin in the 1970s and '80s. In the company of her mother, her Aunty Ida, and her little brother Baby John F., Jean experiences love and joy. But home is not a safe place, and Jean is unequal and unprotected. When she speaks just one small part of the truth, she must quickly learn to navigate the dangers and possibilities of a world she scarcely understands. Jean's hypnotic, unsparing and ultimately hopeful voice captures the dreams and terrors of girlhood in a brutally hypocritical world, and narrates her encounters with better ways of being. Through it all, Jean's voice pulsates with life and passion.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Fitzgerald, Anna<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>Dublin : Sandycove, 2024.<br />288 pages ; 23 cm<br /><br />Fraserburgh Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT - Onloan - Due: 21 May 2024 - 4065468<br /> My name was Eden / Eleanor Barker-White. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741763&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 When Eden is rescued from the lake, her mother Lucy is profoundly relieved. No one knows why the 14-year-old Eden almost drowned on her way home from school. But now she's safe, Lucy has a second chance at being a good mother. The mother she should have always been, before the loss of Eden's twin during the pregnancy consumed Lucy, all those years ago. But when Eden wakes up in hospital, she claims that Eden isn't her name. That her name is Eli - the name Lucy had reserved for the unborn twin. Could it be that all this time, Lucy's grief has been misplaced? When Eden is rescued from the lake, her mother Lucy is profoundly relieved. No one knows why the 14-year-old Eden almost drowned on her way home from school. But now she's safe, Lucy has a second chance at being a good mother. The mother she should have always been, before the loss of Eden's twin during the pregnancy consumed Lucy, all those years ago. But when Eden wakes up in hospital, she claims that Eden isn't her name. That her name is Eli - the name Lucy had reserved for the unborn twin. Could it be that all this time, Lucy's grief has been misplaced?<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Barker-White, Eleanor<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>Manchester : HarperNorth, 2024.<br />320 pages ; 24 cm<br /><br />HQ-New Stock - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT - Available - 4065341<br /> Tomatoes and basil on the 5th floor / Patrick Vernuccio. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3741776&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 Do you love having a balcony but aren't sure how you can use it as a space to grow? Do you feel that being a few stories up in a building stops you from growing delicious crops? If the answer is yes, then it's time you read this book. Patrick Vernuccio is a small-space grower with a big message - and even bigger Instagram following. Building on Patrick's popular 60-second reels, this title will showcase easy and informative ways to grow fresh produce in containers and on a balcony. Do you love having a balcony but aren't sure how you can use it as a space to grow? Do you feel that being a few stories up in a building stops you from growing delicious crops? If the answer is yes, then it's time you read this book. Patrick Vernuccio is a small-space grower with a big message - and even bigger Instagram following. Building on Patrick's popular 60-second reels, this title will showcase easy and informative ways to grow fresh produce in containers and on a balcony.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Vernuccio, Patrick<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Dorling Kindersley Limited, 2024.<br />144 pages ; 23 cm<br /><br />HQ-New Stock - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Non-Fiction - 635.967 - Available - 4065248<br /> The other Gwyn girl / Nicola Cornick. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3742059&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 The sister forgotten by history who had the fate of her family in her hands. Nicola Cornick here offers a captivating, gripping, unforgettable tale of treachery and treason, love and loyalty. The sister forgotten by history who had the fate of her family in her hands. Nicola Cornick here offers a captivating, gripping, unforgettable tale of treachery and treason, love and loyalty.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Cornick, Nicola<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Boldwood, 2024.<br />287 pages ; 20 cm<br /><br />Ellon Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Onloan - Due: 09 May 2024 - 4065051<br />HQ-New Stock - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Available - 4065050<br /> The secret / Lee Child and Andrew Child. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3742477&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 Chicago. 1992. A hospital patient wakes to find two strangers by his bed. They show him a list of names and ask a simple but impossible question. Minutes later he falls to his death from his twelfth-floor window - a fall which generates some unexpected attention. That attention comes from the Secretary of Defense, who calls for an inter-agency task force to investigate. Jack Reacher, recently demoted from Major, is assigned as the Army's representative. If he gets a result, great. If not, he's a convenient fall guy. Reacher may be an exceptional military investigator, but office politics aren't what gets him up in the morning. As he races to identify a cold-blooded killer and uncover a secret that stretches back 23 years, he must navigate around his new partners. Will Reacher bring the bad guys to justice the official way - or his way? Chicago. 1992. A hospital patient wakes to find two strangers by his bed. They show him a list of names and ask a simple but impossible question. Minutes later he falls to his death from his twelfth-floor window - a fall which generates some unexpected attention. That attention comes from the Secretary of Defense, who calls for an inter-agency task force to investigate. Jack Reacher, recently demoted from Major, is assigned as the Army's representative. If he gets a result, great. If not, he's a convenient fall guy. Reacher may be an exceptional military investigator, but office politics aren't what gets him up in the morning. As he races to identify a cold-blooded killer and uncover a secret that stretches back 23 years, he must navigate around his new partners. Will Reacher bring the bad guys to justice the official way - or his way?<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Child, Lee<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Penguin Books, 2024.<br />416 pages ; 20 cm.<br />Jack Reacher series<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">11 reserves</span><br /><br />Insch Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - In-transit from Insch Library to Newmachar Library (Set: 19 Apr 2024) - 4065261<br />Kintore Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Onloan - Due: 02 May 2024 - 4065264<br />Oldmeldrum Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - In-transit from Oldmeldrum Library to Peterhead Library (Set: 18 Apr 2024) - 4065263<br />Rosehearty Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Onloan - Due: 01 May 2024 - 4065262<br /> Betrayal / Lesley Pearse. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3742587&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 Eve should never have married Don Hathaway. Yes, he gave her two beautiful children - Olly and Tabitha - but he is a bully. Worse than that, he hurts her. But, after one drunken rage too many, she has the courage to leave him. Eve is warned that it's a difficult path, yet she needs to give her children hope for the future. Don, however, is bitter. And getting away entirely from him proves impossible. Until the day, Eve tries to teach him a lesson - and it all goes horribly wrong. Has she betrayed her and her children's futures? Eve should never have married Don Hathaway. Yes, he gave her two beautiful children - Olly and Tabitha - but he is a bully. Worse than that, he hurts her. But, after one drunken rage too many, she has the courage to leave him. Eve is warned that it's a difficult path, yet she needs to give her children hope for the future. Don, however, is bitter. And getting away entirely from him proves impossible. Until the day, Eve tries to teach him a lesson - and it all goes horribly wrong. Has she betrayed her and her children's futures?<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Pearse, Lesley<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>UK : Penguin Books, 2024.<br />374 pages ; 20 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">3 reserves</span><br /><br />Banff Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - On reserve shelf at Banff Library - 4065070<br />Kemnay Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Pending (Set: 24 Apr 2024) - 4065069<br /> The long and winding road / Lesley Pearse. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3749146&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 Lesley Pearse didn't publish her first novel until she was 48. Now she has sold over ten million books around the world and is a constant presence on the bestseller chart. A writer of heart-stopping stories, Lesley's books are filled with heroines struggling to make it in a difficult world. Yet this description could apply to Lesley herself. In this, her first ever autobiography, she tells of growing up in an orphanage after her mother's death, her racy twenties in London during the swinging sixties and working as a bunny girl and dressmaker. Packed full of Lesley's signature warmth, wit and poignancy, this is the story of a woman and a writer fighting against the odds to achieve her dreams. Lesley Pearse didn't publish her first novel until she was 48. Now she has sold over ten million books around the world and is a constant presence on the bestseller chart. A writer of heart-stopping stories, Lesley's books are filled with heroines struggling to make it in a difficult world. Yet this description could apply to Lesley herself. In this, her first ever autobiography, she tells of growing up in an orphanage after her mother's death, her racy twenties in London during the swinging sixties and working as a bunny girl and dressmaker. Packed full of Lesley's signature warmth, wit and poignancy, this is the story of a woman and a writer fighting against the odds to achieve her dreams.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Pearse, Lesley<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>UK : Michael Joseph, 2024.<br />356 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (black and white, and colour) ; 24 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">2 reserves</span><br /><br />Ellon Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Biography - B PEA - In-transit from Ellon Library to Westhill Library (Set: 23 Apr 2024) - 4065108<br />Kintore Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Biography - B PEA - Onloan - Due: 21 May 2024 - 4065107<br /> In memoriam / Alice Winn. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3749147&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 It's 1914, and talk of war feels far away to Henry Gaunt, Sidney Ellwood and the rest of their classmates, safely ensconced in their idyllic boarding school in the English countryside. At seventeen, they're too young to enlist, and anyway, Gaunt is fighting his own private battle - an all-consuming infatuation with his best friend, the dreamy, poetic Ellwood - not having a clue that Ellwood is in love with him, always has been. When Gaunt's German mother asks him to enlist as an officer in the British army to protect the family from anti-German attacks, Gaunt signs up immediately, relieved to escape his overwhelming feelings for Ellwood. The front is horrific, of course, and though Gaunt tries to dissuade Ellwood from joining him on the battlefield, Ellwood soon rushes to join him, spurred on by his love of Greek heroes and romantic poetry. Before long, their classmates have followed suit. It's 1914, and talk of war feels far away to Henry Gaunt, Sidney Ellwood and the rest of their classmates, safely ensconced in their idyllic boarding school in the English countryside. At seventeen, they're too young to enlist, and anyway, Gaunt is fighting his own private battle - an all-consuming infatuation with his best friend, the dreamy, poetic Ellwood - not having a clue that Ellwood is in love with him, always has been. When Gaunt's German mother asks him to enlist as an officer in the British army to protect the family from anti-German attacks, Gaunt signs up immediately, relieved to escape his overwhelming feelings for Ellwood. The front is horrific, of course, and though Gaunt tries to dissuade Ellwood from joining him on the battlefield, Ellwood soon rushes to join him, spurred on by his love of Greek heroes and romantic poetry. Before long, their classmates have followed suit.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Winn, Alice<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>UK : Penguin Books, 2024.<br />385 pages ; 20 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">8 reserves</span><br /><br />Alford Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - In-transit from Alford Library to Aboyne Library (Set: 23 Apr 2024) - 4065097<br />Banchory Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Onloan - Due: 07 May 2024 - 4065096<br />Ellon Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - On reserve shelf at Ellon Library - 4065095<br />Inverurie Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - In-transit from Inverurie Library to Ellon Library (Set: 16 Apr 2024) - 4065098<br /> Strange Sally Diamond / Liz Nugent. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3749149&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 Sally Diamond cannot understand why what she did was so strange. She was only doing what her father told her to do, to put him out with the rubbish when he died. Now Sally is the centre of attention, not only from the media and police, but also a sinister voice from the past. As she begins to discover the horrors of her childhood, recluse Sally steps into the world for the first time, finding independence and learning that people don't always mean what they say. But when messages start arriving from a stranger who knows far more about her past than she knows herself, Sally's life is thrown into chaos once again. Sally Diamond cannot understand why what she did was so strange. She was only doing what her father told her to do, to put him out with the rubbish when he died. Now Sally is the centre of attention, not only from the media and police, but also a sinister voice from the past. As she begins to discover the horrors of her childhood, recluse Sally steps into the world for the first time, finding independence and learning that people don't always mean what they say. But when messages start arriving from a stranger who knows far more about her past than she knows herself, Sally's life is thrown into chaos once again.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Nugent, Liz<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>UK : Penguin Books, 2024.<br />363 pages ; 20 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Average rating: </span><span style="vertical-align: middle;"><img style="margin:0;" src="https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/gifs/small-star.gif" alt="★" /><img style="margin:0;" src="https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/gifs/small-star.gif" alt="★" /><img style="margin:0;" src="https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/gifs/small-star.gif" alt="★" /><img style="margin:0;" src="https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/gifs/small-star.gif" alt="★" /><img style="margin:0;" src="https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/gifs/small-star.gif" alt="★" /><img style="margin:0;" src="https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/gifs/small-star.gif" alt="★" /><img style="margin:0;" src="https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/gifs/small-star.gif" alt="★" /><img style="margin:0;" src="https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/gifs/small-star.gif" alt="★" /><img style="margin:0;" src="https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/gifs/small-star.gif" alt="★" /><img style="margin:0;" src="https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/gifs/small-blankstar.gif" alt="☆" /></span> (1 review)<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">1 reserve</span><br /><br />Peterhead Academy - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Onloan - Due: 16 May 2024 - 4065549<br />Westhill Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - Onloan - Due: 30 Apr 2024 - 4065550<br /> Three-inch teeth / C.J. Box. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3749648&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 A rogue grizzly bear has gone on a rampage, killing, among others, the prospective fiancé of Joe Pickett's daughter. At the same time, Dallas Cates, who Joe helped lock up, is released from prison with a list of six names tattooed on his skin. He wants revenge on the people who sent him away: the people he blames for the deaths of his entire family and the loss of his reputation and property. Targeted are his lawyer, a judge, the county prosecutor, a prison guard, Joe's associate Nate Romanowski - and Joe Pickett himself. A rogue grizzly bear has gone on a rampage, killing, among others, the prospective fiancé of Joe Pickett's daughter. At the same time, Dallas Cates, who Joe helped lock up, is released from prison with a list of six names tattooed on his skin. He wants revenge on the people who sent him away: the people he blames for the deaths of his entire family and the loss of his reputation and property. Targeted are his lawyer, a judge, the county prosecutor, a prison guard, Joe's associate Nate Romanowski - and Joe Pickett himself.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Box, C.J.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Head of Zeus, 2024.<br />371 pages ; 24 cm.<br />The Joe Pickett series<br />The Joe Pickett series ; 24<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">2 reserves</span><br /><br />Alford Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT - Onloan - Due: 18 May 2024 - 4065064<br />Central Procurement - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT - On order<br />Ellon Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT - In-transit from Ellon Library to Mearns Library (Set: 13 Apr 2024) - 4065065<br />Peterhead Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT - On reserve shelf at Peterhead Library - 4065066<br /> The forgotten shore / Sarah Maine. https://aberdeenshire.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=3753345&CF=BIB&ISGLB=0 1940. Wounded and guilt-ridden, war hero Archie Maxwell returns to Rossilie, his beautiful family estate in Argyll, where he finds himself in the uneasy company of his father's young new wife - and his own nightmares. 1965. In the Newfoundland fishing harbour of Heart's Repose, eleven-year-old Eva Bayne strikes up an unlikely friendship with the local outcast, Tam Nairn. But against the threat of change, and the hostility of Tam's son, suspicions flare - until a crisis threatens to rip all their lives apart. 1980. The disappearance of Rossilie's heir has cast a shadow over the Maxwell family for almost 40 years. When Eva, now a fledgling journalist, is drawn into the mystery, the glimpse of an old photograph unlocks painful childhood memories. Will the past give up its secrets? 1940. Wounded and guilt-ridden, war hero Archie Maxwell returns to Rossilie, his beautiful family estate in Argyll, where he finds himself in the uneasy company of his father's young new wife - and his own nightmares. 1965. In the Newfoundland fishing harbour of Heart's Repose, eleven-year-old Eva Bayne strikes up an unlikely friendship with the local outcast, Tam Nairn. But against the threat of change, and the hostility of Tam's son, suspicions flare - until a crisis threatens to rip all their lives apart. 1980. The disappearance of Rossilie's heir has cast a shadow over the Maxwell family for almost 40 years. When Eva, now a fledgling journalist, is drawn into the mystery, the glimpse of an old photograph unlocks painful childhood memories. Will the past give up its secrets?<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Maine, Sarah<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Hodder & Stoughton, 2024.<br />355 pages ; 20 cm<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">3 reserves</span><br /><br />Aboyne Library - (Aberdeenshire Libraries) - Fiction - FT Pbk - On reserve shelf at Aboyne Library - 4065220<br />