When we last closed our doors almost 5 months ago, we didn’t realise it would be so long till we opened them again. Monday 17th May we open for business again and can’t wait to see all your (hopefully still masked) faces again.

Just a quick note to say thanks to everyone who shopped local in December, it was much appreciated. We’ve decided after a tough year to give ourselves a break this Xmas/New Year and will be back (Covid regs. allowing) on Monday 4th Jan. This is a longer than usual break but given the year we’ve…

Reduced Hours due to Covid Restrictions

It’s been a really strange Summer for everyone, not least the crew here at Roe River Books. The back to school season usually means that August is our busiest month, but with Covid restrictions in place since we re-opened after the lock down, we have been operating at a much reduced capacity in the shop….

Join us this coming Sunday here in Roe River Books for a very special event to commemorate International Women’s Day. We’ll have readings and song and we’ll be offering discounts on a selection of titles curated for us by those nice people at Spoken Word and Culture Club. The event is free and we’d love…

Coal Black Mornings – April Book Club

April Book Club on line here at Roe River Books is Coal Black Mornings by Brett Anderson. The first volume of a memoir by the lead singer of Suede, it’s been described as  “fascinating . . . gorgeously written” and, ” most certainly not just for the fan club” (Guardian). Coal Black Mornings is as…