Mr Clements Reads…

Mr Clements – Librarian

All of the following books are available in the Lawson Library at GSAL.

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Who Am I, Again?

Lenny Henry

In his long-awaited autobiography, Sir Lenny Henry tells the extraordinary story of his early years and sudden rise to fame.

Agent Running In The Field

John Le Carre

Another gripping thriller from the author of Tinker, Tailer, Soldier, Spy – featuring a rag-tag group of spies, Russia, Ukrainian oligarchs, Brexit, Trump and the media…

The Windrush Betrayal

Amelia Gentleman

Amelia Gentleman’s tenacious reporting reveals how the government’s ‘hostile environment’ immigration policy led to thousands of law-abiding people being wrongly classified as illegal immigrants, with many being removed from the country, and many more losing their homes and their jobs.

The Last

Hanna Jameson

One hotel. Twenty survivors. One of you is a killer. A post-apocalyptic thriller with a great mystery, this book is about paranoia, justice, and what society means at the end of the world.

The Nickel Boys

Colson Whitehead

A stunning, powerful story of two boys sentenced to a hellish reform school in 1960s Florida – from the author of the excellent The Underground Railroad.

The Places I’ve Cried In Public

Holly Bourne

It looked like love. It felt like love. But this isn’ta love story. Amelie fell hard for Reese. And she thought he loved her too. But she’s starting to realise that real love isn’t supposed to hurt like this.

The Girl Who Speaks Bear

Sophie Anderson

From the author of The House With Chicken Legs comes a fantastical story of friendship, bears, dragons, and identity.

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