Navigating the New Titles Disk

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Dear Library member, welcome to the Selected DAISY titles recently added to the Library’s Catalogue.

The Library continually adds new titles to the collection in Daisy and Braille. Twice a year we produce a list of new titles which inform Library members about what’s recently been added to the catalogue. Please note that some of these titles may still be in the production process and not yet available for loan. We produce an audio disk of new Daisy titles and Braille ‘book’ of new Braille titles.  On request, borrowers may subscribe to the Daisy and/or the Braille new titles list.  The list is also available in Microsoft Word for both formats. If you prefer the electronic version you can search the document using your Microsoft Word search function key stroke short cut – Ctrl F.

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ADVENTURE FICTION

BOOK 1

After midnight by Robert Ryan

9 hours and 30 minutes

In 1964, a young Australian girl, Linda Carr, is trying to track down the wreckage of the Liberator bomber in which her father died when it crashed in northern Italy in 1944 during World War II. She employs the help of Jack Kirby, a British Mosquito fighter pilot who was on operations in the area when her father died.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction and Suspense Fiction

That was Book 1 AU 128564 After midnight by Robert Ryan

BOOK 2

Ask the parrot by Richard Stark

6 Hours

Racing through the backwoods of Massachusetts and on the verge of being taken down for one of the biggest and most disastrous bank heists the state has ever seen, Parker runs right into the barrel of a gun pointed from the 'wrong' side of the law. A quiet but angry recluse - with only a silent parrot for company - saves Parker from the police dogs, but enmeshes him in a dubious, highly dangerous, but potentially profitable scheme. Far more than some aimless indigent holed up in a shack in the woods, Lindahl is a man built on rage and driven by a thirst for revenge. A whistleblower whom nobody listened to, a man tossed aside by a corrupt political establishment, Lindahl now plans a daring act of vengeance, and Parker holds the key.

Subject Interest Codes:Adventure Fiction and Suspense Fiction

That was Book 2 AU 116385 Ask the parrot by Richard Stark

BOOK 3

Assault on the rock by Duncan Harding

7 hours and 30 minutes

The Civil War is ending; Fascist General Franco is in the ascendant. The defeated Republican forces retreat along the Costa Brava to France, pursued by Franco's fleet, sent to bombard the coast. Young Catalan Pierre Cusi, though makes a desperate attempt against one of Franco's cruisers, only to be interned when he escapes triumphant to France.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, Sea Stories and War Fiction

That was Book 3 AU 128920 Assault on the rock by Duncan Harding

BOOK 4

The break in the line by Berkely Mather

10 hours and 4 minutes

No summary available.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, Spy Fiction and Suspense Fiction

That was Book 4 AU 126655 The break in the line by Berkely Mather

BOOK 5

The big sky by A.B. Guthrie, Jr

16 hours and 5 minutes

This book is the first of A. B. Guthrie, Jr.'s, epic adventure novels of America's vast frontier. It introduces Boone Caudill, Jim Deakins, and Dick Summers, three of the most memorable characters in Western American literature.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, Historical Fiction and Westerns

That was Book AU 5 126349 The big sky by A.B. Guthrie, Jr

BOOK 6

A clash of stars by Frederick E. Smith

7 hours and 46 minutes

'A clash of stars' is the sequel to 'A meeting of stars' and continues the turbulent story of Delia Summers, heady from making the record breaking flight across the Atlantic with Dean MacArthur. She finds herself agreeing to marry MacArthur, although secretly she believes herself in love with Paul Finlay, from whom she gained her love of flying. But her marriage soon comes under great strain when it becomes known publically that is was Delia who did most of the work during the epic flight. To re-establish MacArthur's reputation she urges him to take on another record breaking flight on his own, but MacArthur crashes on take-off. His feelings are further bruised when Delia makes world headlines by breaking the England to Cape Town record. In a last attempt to save her marriage Delia allows MacArthur to fly with her in the famous England to Australia air-race in 1936, but they quarrel before the race and end up by competing against one another.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction

That was Book 6 AU 129712 A clash of stars by Frederick E. Smith

BOOK 7

Coward on the beach by James Delingpole

10 hours and 30 minutes

Dick Coward is an ordinary chap in extraordinary circumstances. World War II's answer to Flashman, only much more honourable - Dick's a Coward by name but not by nature. Storming the Normandy beaches with the green berets of 47 (RM) Commando, Coward is protected by his long-suffering batman (and head groom to his estate) Price, for whom 'noblesse oblige' died long ago at Passchendaele. But there are worse things than war, not least the horrific possibility that the family estate might fall into the hands of Coward's ghastly, undeserving brother. Only by amassing sufficient military glory to appease his father - and living to tell the tale - can Coward guarantee that justice prevails.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, War Fiction and Wit and Humour Fiction

That was Book 7 AU 114922 Coward on the beach by James Delingpole

BOOK 8

Crossfire by Andy McNab

10 hours and 45 minutes

Bodyguarding a TV crew on the streets of war-torn Basra, Nick Stone seems certain to die when insurgent gunmen attack. Only the reporter's swift action saves his life. When the reporter vanishes within hours, presumed kidnapped, Stone is asked by the Intelligence Service to find him. The trail leads from Iraq to London, Dublin, and ultimately Kabul - the dark and brutal city where governments, terrorism and big business inexorably collide. Caught in the crossfire, Stone's nightmare is only just beginning - for the hunter has suddenly become the hunted, in a heart-stopping race against time.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, Spy Fiction and Suspense Fiction

That was Book 8 AU 129649 Crossfire by Andy McNab

BOOK 9

Crusade by Robyn Young

23 hours and 50 minutes

1274: in the fortified city of Acre, the last major stronghold of the Crusaders in Palestine, an epic conflict is just beginning. Will Campbell is a Templar Knight, trained for war; but as a member of the mysterious group known as the Brethren, he is also a man of peace. After years of bloodshed, the Brethren have helped to create a truce between the Christians and Muslims. But Will now fears that they have been betrayed. As war looms, Will is torn between his oath as a Templar, his secret role in the Brethren and his duty to Elwen - the woman he loves but is forbidden to marry.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction and Historical Fiction

That was Book 9 AU 116065 Crusade by Robyn Young

BOOK 10

Dale Brown's Dreamland by Dale Brown and Jim DeFelice

12 hours

As the world's one remaining superpower, it seems that America is the only nation capable of keeping global peace. With nuclear, biological and chemical weapons in the hands of terrorists and Third World countries and age-old ethnic and religious conflicts keeping tempers white-hot, the stakes are high. So how can America prevent the next war from wiping out half the planet? The answer is Dreamland. The High Technology Aerospace Weapons Centre in Nevada - known as Dreamland - is America's most advanced weapons laboratory. It is also home to a crack commando group codenamed Whiplash. Armed with testing-stage aircraft and weapons that push beyond the cutting edge, the men and women of Whiplash can handle missions far beyond the abilities of normal military units - and are the first team the President turns to when America's vital interests are threatened.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction and Suspense Fiction

That was Book 10 AU 129224 Dale Brown's Dreamland by Dale Brown and Jim DeFelice

BOOK 11

Deadly trust by J. J. Cooper

8 hours and 27 minutes

Former army interrogator Jay Ryan is enjoying the quiet life after leaving the military far behind or so he thinks. But old habits die hard and when he realises someone is trying to kill him and make it look like an accident he’s interested to find out who and why. An anthrax attack on the Gold Coast complicates the issue and it soon becomes apparent that this hybrid strain of anthrax is being used to create nation-wide panic. Only one batch of anthrax inoculations can resist the deadly new strain and it was given to five military interrogators one of whom was Jay Ryan. When it’s discovered the other four interrogators have disappeared and are presumed dead Ryan is in hot demand. Racing against time and hunted by rogue soldiers, crazed scientists and an organisation that operates beyond the law Ryan digs deep into his past for a chance at a future. In this heart-stopping thriller Jay Ryan wages a one-man war against enemies both known and unseen. But Winning this war may have devastating consequences for the last interrogator.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, Australian Fiction, Spy Fiction and Suspense Fiction

That was Book 11 AU 128489 Deadly trust by J. J. Cooper

BOOK 12

Games of the hangman by Victor O'Reilly

27 hours

Hugo Fitzduane, former soldier and battle-scarred war photographer, is no stranger to death. But to discover a young man's corpse hanging from a tree on his own island chills him to the core. So begins a trail of death and intricately devised destruction which leads from Ireland to a once-peaceful Switzerland, now the lair of an international terrorist known only as The Hangman. The Hangman is planning his last and greatest coup and into his orbit steps the dangerously curious Fitzduane, straight into The Hangman's noose.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction and Suspense Fiction

That was Book 12 AU 129845 Games of the hangman by Victor O'Reilly

BOOK 13

Generation by Andrew MacAllan

25 hours

Ian Crabtree is determined to show the world he too can be up there with the winners; he goes walkabout to seek his fortune. His journey takes him from the harsh emptiness of the Northern Territory, through Hong Kong's teeming streets to the wealth and hedonism of the Bahamas. Ian's journey turns out to be one of self-discovery. Can it be a fair exchange to barter ancient Aboriginal values for the suppurating corruption he finds endemic to the pursuit of wealth and power? Only two voting shares stand between Trinity-Trio, one of the world's greatest conglomerates, and a hostile takeover. The legendary tycoon they call 'The Australian' will stop at nothing to secure them, but he is not the only one with his eye on this target.

Subject Interest Code: Adventure Fiction

That was Book 13 AU 126872 Generation by Andrew MacAllan

BOOK 14

The guns of El Kebir by John Wilcox

14 Hours and 35 minutes

It's March 1882, and alarming news of an uprising against the Anglo-French suzerainty in Egypt has reached London. Sir Garnet Wolseley decides to call upon the services of renowned scouts Simon Fonthill, former army captain, and '352' Jenkins, Simon's ex-batman. Fonthill and Jenkins are sent into the desert ahead of Wolseley's soldiers to observe the movements and fighting prowess of the Egyptian force. On a mission of her own is war correspondent Alice Griffith. They are fully aware of the danger they will face in the desert, but they could never have foreseen the bloodshed that awaits them all at Tel el Kebir.

Subject Interest Codes:Adventure Fiction, Historical Fiction and War Fiction

That was Book14AU 118460 The guns of El Kebir by John Wilcox

BOOK 15

In another light by Andrew Greig

15 hours and 30 minutes

In the early 1930s, an ambitious young Scotsman sets out on the long sea voyage to Penang, eager to take up his post running a maternity hospital in the colony. Seventy years later forty-something engineer Edward Mackay, while recuperating on Orkney, begins to unravel the story of a man he thought he knew - his father.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction and Family Stories

That was Book 15 AU 129272 In another light by Andrew Greig

BOOK 16

Ironbottom Sound by Lindsay Baly

10 hours and 30 minutes

The crew of the sinking Australian destroyer struggle desperately to save their ship at the Battle of Savo Island. The ship is fictional, but all the other ships and events in this book are true. The sea battles of the Guadalcanal Campaign in World War II are the most ferocious and horrific in the annals of naval warfare and this novel recreates the bloody night-time encounters which destroyed American, Japanese and Australian warships in the stretch of water known as Ironbottom Sound.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, Australian Fiction, Sea Stories and War Fiction

That was Book 16 AU 129982 Ironbottom Sound by Lindsay Baly

BOOK 17

Kingdom of the golden dragon by Isabel Allende

10 hours and 30 minutes

In this story, reporter Kate Cold escorts her grandson and his closest friend, Nadia, along with photographers from International Geographic, to an exotic sovereignty in the peaks of the Himalayas. Their task is to locate its fabled golden dragon, a sacred statue and priceless key to the kingdom.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, Historical Fiction and Twenty-First Century Literature

That was Book 17 AU 128372 Kingdom of the golden dragon by Isabel Allende

BOOK 18

The last hero by Peter Forbath

33 hours

It is 1886 in Africa and Henry Stanley sets out with a caravan of over a thousand men to cross 5,000 miles of some of the world's most dangerous and ravishingly beautiful terrain, the uncharted Congo. Storms and raging torrents, fever and starvation, savage slavers and ferocious cannibals ravage the battered column, but for Stanley no sacrifice or suffering are too great for the glory of the Empire and the crowning of a lifetime's achievements.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, Biographical Fiction and Historical Fiction

That was Book 18 AU 130167 The last hero by Peter Forbath

BOOK 19

Lord Geoffrey's fancy by Alfred Duggan

10 Hours and 30 minutes

William was just a penniless knight searching for a good lord when he was introduced to Sir Geoffrey. A few years older than himself, Sir Geoffrey was the perfect image of a knight. With his golden hair and graceful swagger, he was a master at jousting, honourable in conquest, rich and noble. He looked on every stranger as a friend and upon the world as an odd and amusing place. In this 13th century world of knights and crusaders, of courtly romance and chivalry, William is faithful to his gallant lord as they discover love, hunt and joust, conquer and battle, fighting for God and for justice.

Subject Interest Codes:Adventure Fiction and Historical Fiction

That was Book 19AU 116356 Lord Geoffrey's fancy by Alfred Duggan

BOOK 20

The marks of Cain by Tom Knox

14 hours and 20 minutes

In America a young man inherits a million dollars, from a grandfather he thought was poor. Meanwhile, across Europe old men and women are being killed, in the most barbaric and elaborate of ways. And a brilliant scientist has disappeared from his laboratory in London, taking his extraordinary experiments with him. Tying these strange events together is an ancient Biblical curse, a medieval French tribe of pariahs, and a momentous and terrible revelation: something that will alter the world forever. One couple is intent on discovering this darkest of secrets, others will kill, and kill again, to stop them.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, Detective and Mystery Fiction and Suspense Fiction

That was Book 20 AU 129564 The marks of Cain by Tom Knox

BOOK 21

Massacre at Jutland by Duncan Harding

10 hours

The year is 1913. Naval midshipmen de Vere Smith and 'Dickie' Bird are recruited by the mysterious secret service to spy on the German Navy's plans. Escaping death at the hands of the German spymaster Klaus von Bismarck, the two midshipmen bring home the revelation that Germany intends to use the unguarded Frisian Islands to attack Britain.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, Sea Stories, Spy Fiction and Suspense Fiction

That was Book 21 AU 128349 Massacre at Jutland by Duncan Harding

BOOK 22

Midnight plus one by Gavin Lyall

11 hours and 30 minutes

Lewis Cane fought with the French Resistance during the Second World War and gained a justified reputation as a tough and resourceful man. So it's no great surprise when one of his ex-Resistance comrades, now a successful lawyer in the early 1960s in Paris employs him to escort a businessman from Brittany to Liechtenstein for a crucial meeting. There are just two problems: the man's associates don't want him to get there, and the police have a warrant out for the man's arrest on a charge of rape. For Cane, it becomes a desperate race across France, fighting against resourceful and ruthless adversaries and avoiding the forces of law and order every step of the way.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction and Suspense Fiction

That was Book 22 AU 127576 Midnight plus one by Gavin Lyall

BOOK 23

Moscow rules by Robert Moss

17 hours and 45 minutes

Sasha's father, a Hero of the Society Union, is killed by a KGB agent whom he caught raping a little German girl during the last days of the war. When Sasha finds out he swears to destroy the corrupt political system which allows KGB brutality to fester.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, Political Fiction and Spy Fiction

That was Book 23 AU 125864 Moscow rules by Robert Moss

BOOK 24

Ogilvie and the traitor by Philip McCutchan

8 hours

A lance-duffardar of the Kohat Light Horse is to appear before the Bow Street magistrate, but the charge is blatantly false and Captain James Ogilvie sets out to learn who is behind it. His investigations lead him to the accused man's squadron commander, one Captain Soames. A cavalry officer with more expensive tastes than his army pay allows, Soames seeks to supplement his funds through a liaison with the most notorious bandit of them all - the dreaded Wolf of the Salt Range.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction and Historical Fiction

That was Book 24 AU 104511 Ogilvie and the traitor by Philip McCutchan

BOOK 25

The outpost by Gerald Hammond

7 hours

Hallelujah Brown grows up with the army and understands its ways. When a crisis develops in the small British military post in the African state of Maveria, Hallelujah, now in Intelligence, is despatched to evaluate the situation. Ultimately she is forced to lead the defence of the post against the Liboonese army.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction and War Fiction

That was Book 25 AU 129171 The outpost by Gerald Hammond

BOOK 26

The patient's eyes : murder rooms: the dark beginnings of Sherlock Holmes by David Pirie

8 hours

Arthur Conan Doyle, having started up his own medical practice, is presented with the puzzling symptoms of Heather Grace. She has an eye complaint but is upset about a vision she has of a man on a bicycle who vanishes whenever he is followed. But Doyle is involved in more threatening events.

Subject Interest Codes: Detective and Mystery Fiction and Historical Fiction

That was Book 26 AU 129219 The patient's eyes : murder rooms: the dark beginnings of Sherlock Holmes by David Pirie

BOOK 27

The path of the dead by Caroline Benton

11 hours and 30 minutes

The old lady fell into a quarry while walking on the moor. But Judith has good reason to think otherwise - she has found her aunt's diaries. Living alone in the aunt's remote house, she enlists Gus's help and the two women uncover more information - leading Gus to suspect a connection between the aunt's death and the body in the locked room.

Subject Interest Code: Detective and Mystery Fiction

That was Book 27 AU 129287 The path of the dead by Caroline Benton

BOOK 28

Possessed by Ken Holdsworth

6 hours and 52 minutes

The year is 1752 and his Britannic Majesty's sixty-gun, ship-of-the-line, Indefatigable, drops anchor at Fort St George, Madras, a trading post of the British East India Company. Discover why Thomas Neville, an officer in the 22nd Regiment of Foot and heir to a title and estates back in England, is serving on board as a common deckhand. Follow his adventures in India, his friendship with the legendary military hero and Empire builder, Robert Clive, his clash with the agents of Suraja Dowla, the sadistic Newab of Bengal, back in England, of his continuing struggle against the sinister devil worshipper, the Reverend Edwin Cruikshank.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction and Historical Fiction

That was Book 28 AU 126438 Possessed by Ken Holdsworth

BOOK 29

A prayer for the ship by Douglas Reeman

9 hours and 27 minutes

Small, quick-moving torpedo boats played a vital role in protecting the Allied convoys in the English Channel and the North Sea during World War II, and Sub-Lieutenant Clive Royce is newly assigned to MTB 1991, joining a crew already seasoned by death and fear. Now it is up to him to take the place of their dead first lieutenant and earn the respect of his captain and crewmates.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, Sea Stories and War Fiction

That was Book 29 AU 129680 A prayer for the ship by Douglas Reeman

BOOK 30

Quiet murder by Nancy Livingston

11 hours and 30 minutes

Mr Pringle, retired tax inspector, encounters murder in his own backyard. It's Christmas and the residents of Inkerman Street, west London, are shocked by the brutal murder of a pensioner. Mr Pringle, urged on by inamorata Mavis Bignell, decides to do some quiet investigating of his own and slowly pieces together an astonishing picture of what really happened.

Subject Interest Code: Detective and Mystery Fiction

That was Book 30 AU 129782 Quiet murder by Nancy Livingston

BOOK 31

Raging sea, searing sky by Christopher Nicole

8 hours and 49 minutes

Louis McGann son Christina and Jo of has all the McGann trademarks, including a love of the sea. Beginning in 1915 and spanning the tumultuous years of the Great War through to the shattering onset of Second World War, from London to New York from Shanghai to Pearl Harbour this is his story.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction and Sea Stories

That was Book 31 AU 129623 Raging sea, searing sky by Christopher Nicole

BOOK 32

The railway viaduct by Edward Marston

9 hours

1852. Inspector Robert Colbeck and his assistant Sergeant Victor Leeming are investigating the case of a man who plummeted to his death from a speeding train into a murky canal. The investigation takes them to France, where anti-British feeling is rife and they must put their own lives in danger to pick up the murderer's trail.

Subject Interest Codes: Detective and Mystery Fiction and Historical Fiction

That was Book 32 AU 128915 The railway viaduct by Edward Marston

BOOK 33

Ramps down, troops away! by Duncan Harding

5 hours and 30 minutes

Lieutenant Hansen is in disgrace after an incident in his past. Now he has to take his battered tug right on to the British beach at Sword. His task is to prevent the first wave of infantry being massacred. It's a do-or-die mission but Hansen is determined to reclaim his honour.

Subject Interest Codes: Adventure Fiction, Sea Stories, Suspense Fiction and War Fiction

That was Book 33 AU 127743 Ramps down, troops away! by Duncan Harding

BOOK 34

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