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August 2021 Staff Picks

Amee: Libby app- listening to audiobook borrowed through Libby app.

Jenn McKinlay’s Library Lover’s cozy mystery series follows Library Director Lindsey of Briar Creek has she finds herself involved in several mysteries in town.


The Bone Maker by Sarah Beth Durst (fantasy) Five young heroes risk their lives to

defeat the Bone Maker, Eklor. Twenty-five years later, they’re not as certain he was defeated.

Karen: The Unquiet Heart by Kaite Welsh - Female 19th century medical student searches for the real killer after her fiancée is accused of murder. It’s a Sarah Gilchrist Mystery.


Katie: The Royal Art of Poison by Eleanor Herman - The story of poison is the story of power. For centuries royals have been fearful of a little extra something being

added to their everyday items. This book tells it all combining access to royal

archives, cutting edge forensic discoveries giving you a glimpse into Europe’s

glittering or not so shiny palaces. It’s not at all what you think...


Mary: The House Guests by Emilie Richards - This story is about two single mothers

with big secrets. It has a lot of family drama along with the mystery of their secrets

and a little romance thrown in.


Megan: How to Spot a Best Friend by Bea Birdsong - On the way to school a little girl tells her mother that today, the first day of school, she will find a best friend. Do you know how to find a best friend? Read this wonderful book about friendship and find out!


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