The Journeyman 2: To Canada and Back, by David Smith
Ancient and Modern: The Role of a Berkshire High Sheriff, by Victoria Fishburn & Jenny Halstead
Ancient and Modern is an account of Victoria Fishburn’s year in office as High Sheriff for Berkshire 2016–2017. Brought to life with paintings and drawings by artist Jenny Halstead, it celebrates the historical and contemporary role of England’s High Sheriffs and the part they continue to play in our modern civic society.
Springhill, by Meriel Darby
‘I grew up in Scotland, a long time ago …’
Springhill is the autobiography of the acupuncturist Lady Meriel Darby, daughter of the former Prime Minister Alec Douglas-Home.
The Rabbit Who Lost His Tail and Other Stories, by Tim Sharrock
This collection of gentle bedtime stories by Tim Sharrock is beautifully illustrated by Robert Gillmor, one of the UK’s best known and most prolific illustrators and printmakers.
The Journeyman, by David Smith
Vignettes, by Kathy Kibbee Paterson.
Edited by Janet McCue & Jo Kibbee
Views of Ewelme: Church, Cloisters, Chilterns. Terry Allsop
A quiet and intimate road: A history of New Road, Reading,
by Adam Sowan
The Blueskop in the Jacaranda: An African Wonderland, by Jean Jennings
Jean Jennings’ memoir of her life in Zambia 1970–1973
Teacher, Squatter, City Farmer, by John Froy
Teacher, Squatter, City Farmer is the third instalment in the series of autobiographies by John Froy.