Morecambe Library offers up its chart of 10 top fiction books.
Alice And The Fly – James Rice
The debut novel from James Rice is a book about phobias, obsessions, isolation and dark corners. Greg has a condition that Miss Hayes thinks is caused by a traumatic incident in his past.
Orphan Girl – Maggie Hope
When Lorinda loses her family she is sent to live at her aunt’s boarding house where she finds friendship and love.
The Little Old Lady Who Struck Lucky Again! – Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg
This time the little old lady and her friends are in Las Vegas trying to outwit the security system at one of the casinos. Only one thing stands in their way – someone else has the same idea.
Elizabeth Is Missing – Emma Healy
Maud suffers from dementia but she can still remember her friend Elizabeth who’s been missing for 70 years. Now Maud is determined to find out what happened.
Curtain Call – Anthony Quinn
When an attempted murder is interrupted in the summer of 1936 by Nina Land she faces a dilemma as she wasn’t supposed to be there, especially not with a married man.
The Last Days Of Rabbit Hayes – Anna McPartlin
This is cancer sufferer Mia ‘Rabbit’ Hayes’ inspiring story about life’s surprises and finding the joy in every moment.
All The Bright Places – Jennifer Niven
When Theodore Finch and Violet Markey meet on the ledge of the school bell tower it’s unclear who saved who.
The Curvy Girls Club – Michele Gorman
When a group of friends set up a social club where size doesn’t matter, their lives start to change in unexpected ways.
A Place For Us – Harriet Evans
As she reaches her 80th birthday, Martha Winters decides it’s time to reveal her secret.
Etta And Otto And Russell And James – Emma Hooper
Aged 82 and living in Saskathewan, Etta’s wish was to see the sea so one morning she set off walking in her best boots to do just that.
*All these books are available at your local Lancashire library, or visit http://bit.ly/allourbooks or http://capitadiscovery.co.uk/lancashire/ to reserve a copy.