What we thought of Wuthering Heights

Dark clouds scudded from the east, bending trees and rattling rain and hail against the window glass.No, not the weather in Harbury in May 2021, but an expression of the mood evoked by Emily Bronte's "Wuthering Heights", the topic of this month's meeting. Led by Andrew C. we wandered the Yorkshire moors and the minds … Continue reading What we thought of Wuthering Heights

Kate Ellis: Featured Author

Kate Ellis is a British author of crime fiction, best known for a series of detective novels, which blends history with mystery, featuring policeman Wesley Peterson. She appears in the British Library / PLR list of the 50 most borrowed authors in UK public libraries. Ellis' first novel, Merchant's House, published in 1998, received positive … Continue reading Kate Ellis: Featured Author

Romance Awareness Month

Did you know that August 2019 is Romance Awareness Month? Check out the Warwickshire Libraries blog for recommendations if you're looking for a dash of romance during you summer holidays. You can also search our own Blue Label Collection for romance, including books by local author, and library volunteer, Ellie Darkins. If you have your … Continue reading Romance Awareness Month

Poldark after the end of Series 5

Poldark is three episodes into its fifth and final season, but there's no need to panic. We have all 12 books in the Poldark series available to borrow from Harbury Village Library.  The titles in the series are: The Angry Tide, Bella Poldark, The Black Moon Demelza, The Four Swans, Jeremy Poldark, The Loving Cup, The Miller's Dance, Ross Poldark, The Stranger From … Continue reading Poldark after the end of Series 5

Off to the races with Dick Francis

Thanks to a generous donation our Blue Label Collection contains 38 novels by Dick Francis. Due to lack of space some of these books are stored offsite, but can be retrieved very quickly if you would like to read one or more. The titles in our collection are: Banker, Blood Sport, Bolt, Bonecrack, Break in, … Continue reading Off to the races with Dick Francis