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April 2022 staff picks

Amee: Recovery Agent by Janet Evanovich (cozy mystery)

Gabriela Rose is an insurance recovery agent who embarks on an adventure

for pirate treasure with her ex-husband, Rafer, in order to help fund her hometown recover from a devastating hurricane. This is the first book in the series. If you enjoy Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum series, give the Recovery Agent a try.

Lake Silence by Anne Bishop (fantasy/thriller)

I am a fan of Anne Bishop’s world building and am re-reading the fantasy series World of the Others. Humans are not alone. Vampires,  shapeshifter, and deadly beings exist. As long as humans follow their rules, all life can co-exist. But, beware when humans overstep!

Dawn: Local Woman Missing by Mary Kubica (thriller)

Two women and a little girl go missing. Eleven years later we find out what

happened. It’s a quick read that I couldn’t put down.

Karen: Small World by Jonathan Evison (historical)

Chronicles 170 years of history of characters involved in a present day train


Mary: The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley (thriller)

Jesse arrives in Paris from England only to find her brother missing. As she

meets the neighbors, she realizes that they all have something they are not


The Book of Cold Cases by Simone St. James (thriller/supernatural)

Shea Collins, a receptionist by day and a true crime blogger by night, is on

a mission to find the truth behind the Lady Killer Murders that took place

in her hometown in 1977.

Megan: The Library Fish (children’s) by Alyssa Satin Capucilli

Library Fish loves her home. One day the library is closed due to a snow

storm and Library Fish decides to venture beyond her bowl and explore.

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