New Books for September 2020

Primrose Hill Community Library has fantastic stock of new and classic books for all ages (see below).

Adult Books


Taffy Brodesser-Akner – Fleishman in Trouble
Jessie Burton – The Confession
Victoria Hislop – Those Who Are Loved
Elly Griffiths – The Lantern Men
John Le Carre – Agent Running In The Field
Nicci French – The Lying Room
Lisa Gardner – When You See Me
Lesley Kara – Who Did You Tell?
Philip Kazan – The Phoenix of Florence
Ben Lerner – The Topeka School
Susan Lewis – My Lies, Your Lies
Peter May – A Silent Death
Edna O’Brien – Girl


Elena Ferrante – The Lying Life of Adults
Robert Harris – V2
Richard Osman – The Thursday Murder Club
Rose Tremain – Islands of Mercy
Raynor Winn – The Wild Silence


Beth McMullen – Mrs Smith’s Spy School For Girls Series

Re-opening of Library

We are pleased to announce that the library is open.

Our hours are:

Monday      11.00 – 13.00
Wednesday     13.00 – 15.00
Friday          11.00 – 13.00

Please note that we are opening for new book loans and returns of previous book loans only.

You will be expected on entry to:

  • Use the hand sanitiser provided.
  • Wear a face covering.
  • Observe social distancing.
  • Provide name and phone number to facilitate track & trace.

We are sorry but we will not be providing any other services; therefore there will be:

  • No Toilets
  • No Seating
  • No Computers
  • No Newspapers
  • No Photocopying, Printing or Scanning
  • No new library members will be taken on

We hope that if all goes well we will be able to expand the opening hours over the coming weeks and gradually restore some of the other services.

See recent new book additions here

Book Arrivals for March 2020


  • Mitch Albom – Tuesdays with Morrie
  • Lindwood Barclay – Elevator Pitch
  • Candice Carty-Williams – Queenie
  • Letitia Colunbani – The Braid
  • Laura Cumming – On Chapel Sands
  • Philippa Gregory – Tidelands
  • Tessa Hadley – Late in the Day
  • Mick Herron – Joe Country
  • Tom Holland – Dominion
  • Paulette Jiles – News of the World
  • Dan Jones – Crusaders
  • Christy Lefteri – The Beekeeper of Aleppo
  • Val McDermid – How the Dead Speak
  • Victoria Selman – Blood for Blood
  • Holly Watt – To the Lions
  • Tim Weaver – No One Home
  • Don Winslow – The Border (Cartel 3)


  • Hilary Mantel – The Mirror and the Light

Children’s Books

  • Michael Bond – 2 large illustrated Paddington books to read to school
  • Kate Davies – The Incredible Hotel
  • A.M Howell – The House of One Hundred Clocks
  • Dodie Smith – A Hundred and One Dalmatians
  • David Walliams – The Creature Choir