Curl up with a good book

  • Pictures of us by Todd Alexander – Australian novel about family, lies and forgiveness
  • The march by E.L. Doctorow – wonderful novel set during the American Civil War; winner of the 2006 PEN/Faulkner fiction prize
  • Never let me go by Kazuro Ishiguro – by the author of Remains of the Day
  • Blue shoes and happiness by Alexander McCall Smith – latest instalment in the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series
  • Tuvalu by Andrew O’Connor – Australian novel set in Tokyo; winner of the 2005 Vogel prize for fiction
  • How noble in reason by Alyn Rockwood – science fiction thriller set in the world of artificial intelligence
  • Eleven on top by Janet Evanovich – crime thriller starring bounty hunter, Stephanie Plum
  • We need to talk about Kevin by Lionel Shriver – winner of the 2005 Orange Prize for fiction; stunning, controversial and moving novel
  • The year Nick McGowan came to stay by Rebecca Sparrow – Australian novel (chick lit)
  • Digging to America by Anne Tyler – latest novel from one of America’s greatest living novelists
  • The Murrumbidgee kid by Peter Yeldham – Australian historical novel set in the Riverina
  • Other women by Kirsty Crawford – English family saga
  • Promise me by Harlan Coben – gritty American thriller
  • Cell: a novel by Stephen King – horror story about mobile phones!
  • The waddi tree by Kerry McGinnis – novel set in central Australia
  • The other side of you by Salley Vickers – moving and beautifully written novel

Check the CSU Library catalogue for location details.Enjoy!

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  1. Great. I saw Lionel Shriver on the telly talking about her book and was going to buy it, then saw the blog. Your library has some wonderful novels.

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