Book Haul: Latest additions to my book collection | Jo Linsdell

Book Haul: Latest additions to my book collection

Book Haul Latest additions to my book collection

Book Haul

Latest additions to my book collection

I love visiting the various secondhand shops in my area especially when they have English language books on their shelves. It doesn't happen that often but when it does you can be sure that I'll grab them. 

This is what I picked up in my latest book haul:

The Program by Stephen White

They promised you’d be safe.

They were wrong.

It started with a convicted killer’s first threat of revenge...

“For every precious thing I lose, you lose two.”

DA Kirsten Lord saw her husband gunned down before her eyes. Now Kirsten is living in fear, telling her secrets to psychologist Alan Gregory ... and hiding deep in the Witness Protection Program,where every stranger is a threat, every phone call is a menace.

Until she realizes ... The Program is the deadliest place of all.

The Bourne Supremacy: Jason Bourne Book #2 by Robert Ludlum

Reenter the shadowy world of Jason Bourne, an expert assassin still plagued by the splintered nightmares of his former life. This time the stakes are higher than ever. For someone else has taken on the Bourne identity—a ruthless killer who must be stopped or the world will pay a devastating price. To succeed, the real Jason Bourne must maneuver through the dangerous labyrinth of international espionage—an exotic world filled with CIA plots, turncoat agents, and ever-shifting alliances—all the while hoping to find the truth behind his haunted memories and the answers to his own fragmented past. This time there are two Bournes—and one must die.

Salem Street by Anna Jacobs

**The first book in the gripping, uplifting Gibson Family saga, perfect for fans of Dilly Court, Lizzie Page and Lorna Cook**

1820. Annie Gibson's family is one of the first to move into the brand new terraced houses on Salem Street, built by a mill owner for his workers. Annie's is a happy childhood - until her mother dies, leaving her to bring up her brother and sister. And then her jealous new stepmother throws her out of the house.

Hallam Square by Anna Jacobs

**Book four in the heart-melting Gibson Family series, perfect for fans of Dilly Court, Catherine Cookson and 'Call the Midwife'**

Lancashire, 1858. Annie Hallam has at last found complete happiness. She has three healthy babies and adores her husband Frederick. After years of struggling to make a living in the small town of Bilsden, Annie knows she deserves to sit back and enjoy her life - after all, she's not yet forty, and still in her prime.

But worries are on the horizon. Frederick has been looking rather pale lately. Her brother Tom hasn't moved on after the death of his wife. Rebecca, her half-sister, is longing for something more than her work in the salon. And William, her son, isn't happy at university.

And something much more dangerous is looming - a threat not only to Annie's peace of mind, but to her life . . .

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  1. If you are into all things espionage, fact or fiction, dig spy thrillers, novels or films, and like Robert Ludlum's Jason Bourne, Len Deighton’s Harry Palmer or even Mick Heron's Jackson Lamb then you had best read the enigmatic and elusive espionage thriller Beyond Enkription. It's the first stand-alone novel in The Burlington Files series based on the life of a real spy Bill Fairclough, aka Edward Burlington, who was an agent for MI6 and the CIA. Beyond Enkription (intentionally misspelt) is set in London, Nassau and Port au Prince in the seventies pursuant to Edward Burlington infiltrating a global organised crime syndicate while unwittingly working for MI6. The protagonist has been likened to a “posh Harry Palmer”. Indeed, Len Deighton and Mick Herron could be forgiven for thinking they co-wrote this monumental thriller.