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April 2021 staff picks

Amee: Lost Hills by Lee Goldberg- A new police procedural mystery with new LA Sheriff’s Robbery and Homicide Detective Eve Ronin. Eve and her soon to be retired partner must

solve what appears to be a triple murder. With no bodies found in the house, can it really be considered murder?


Later by Stephen King- A very different horror story by Stephen King. A quick read that draws you into Jamie Conklin’s world. A little hint, Jamie sees dead people, but as he says “not like that Willis movie.”


Karen: Dark Tides by Philippa Gregory- Sequel to Tidelands.


Kasey: The Wrong Family by Tarryn Fisher- A thriller and page turner full of twists and turns. This book has an ending you’ll never expect!


Katie: The Complete Middle School Study Guide: Everything You Need to Ace American History in One Big Fat Notebook- From the brains behind Brain Quest. This is one of five

books with all the main ideas of American history broken down into bite size pieces! Great for any middle schooler needing some extra understanding or for parents needing to brush up on key concepts to help their kids with homework.


Mary: The Survivors by Jane Harper- A young girl is found dead on a beach and the residents of the town see a similarity to another death twelve years earlier.


Megan: Rectangle Time by Pamela Paul- The cat loves rectangle time with his boy. As the boy grows older the rectangle gets smaller. How will cat “help” out? He has always

been a part of rectangle time.

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