Morecambe Library’s new fiction top 10

David Baldacci's The Target
David Baldacci's The Target

For this week’s chart, Morecambe Library takes a look at 10 of the latest releases.

1 Chestnut Street – Maeve Binchy

All 36 short stories in this collection are based around a fictional neighbourhood in Ireland.

2 The Target – David 
Baldacci

The third book in the highly popular Will Robie series. This time the mission is to enter North Korea and reach a deadly target.

3 Wolf – Mo Hayder

Fourteen years ago two teenage lovers were brutally murdered in a remote woodland. Now for one family the nightmare is about to return.

4 A Seaside Affair – Fern Britton

When the residents of Trevay discover that a coffee shop is taking over their much loved theatre something has to be done.

5 The Girl Who Saved The King Of Sweden – Jonas 
Jonasson

The tale of how one person’s actions can have far-reaching – even global – consequences, written with the same light-hearted satirical voice as Jonasson’s bestselling debut novel, The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared.

6 The Telling Error – 
Sophie Hannah

Nicki Clements is called in for questioning over the murder of a controversial newspaper columnist.

7 A Colder War – Charles Cumming

When MI6’s Head of Station in Turkey is killed, disgraced spy Thomas Kell is called in and discovers that MI6 operations in the region have been fatally compromised.

8 Who Is Tom Ditto? – 
Danny Wallace

In his quest to find his girlfriend, Tom comes across a group of people with an eccentric hobby and believes he’s being followed...but who exactly is Tom Ditto?

9 Nightingales On Call – Donna Douglas

It’s 1937 and the trainee nurses are facing some changes at the Florence Nightingale Teaching Hospital.

10 The Forbidden Tomb – Chris Kuzneski

For over 2000 years the tomb of Alexander the Great has escaped discovery but now a map has been found with its location on.