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TOP 10 | All the latest news from Waterstone’s Ballymena

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Welcome to this week’s news, reviews, and ‘all-things-books’ latest from the team at Waterstone’s Ballymena!


THIS WEEK'S TOP 10...


1. The Sanctuary - Andrew Hunter Murray


Number one bestseller The Sanctuary by Andrew Hunter Murray

2. There's Been a Little Incident - Alice Ryan


3. A Death in the Parish - Richard Coles


4. The Escape Artist - Jonathan Freedland


5. Dog man 11: Twenty Thousand Fleas Under the Sea - Dav Pilkey



This week’s top 10 books

6. My Dad is Awesome - Bluey


7. The Wager - David Grann


8. Forever Home - Graham Norton


9. The Extra Mile - Kevin Sinfield


10. A Fatal Crossing - Tom Hindle



SATURDAY STORYTIME...


Our next Saturday Storytime will take place on Saturday 23rd June at 12pm.


Ray book by Alex Latimer

We will be reading 'Ray' by Alex Latimer.


This is a heartwarming tale about a mouse that is scared of the dark and confronts his shadows. We look forward to seeing everyone there, there will also be colouring in afterwards.


NEW RELEASES..


• A Death in the Parish - Richard Coles


A Death in the Parish book by Richard Coles

An outrageous ritualistic killing breaks through the petty bickering and parish politics of Champton in the witty and page-turning sequel to the bestselling Murder Before Evensong.


This book is part of our current Half Price offer, making it excellent value!


Killing Moon - Jo Nesbo


Killing Moon book by Jo Nesbo

Harry Hole returns in another page-turning thriller from the master of Nordic Noir, as a serial killer's unusual signature spells deadly danger for the woman who saved the maverick detective's life.



1964: Eyes of the Storm - Paul McCartney


1964: Eyes of the Storm book by Paul McCartney

Capturing the moment when the sixties truly began, this stunning volume of recently rediscovered photographs - boasting must-read commentary from Sir Paul McCartney - chronicles the whirlwind months from the end of 1963 to the beginning of 1964 when Beatlemania erupted, with an immediacy, vividness and authenticity unmatched by any previous works on the era.

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