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February 2021 staff picks

Amee: DVD Perry Mason. This year, HBO released a remake of Erle Stanley Gardner’s Perry Mason series. It stars Matthew Rhys as Perry Mason. I enjoy watching mystery

TV series and thought it was a very good whodunit. The library also owns several of Gardner’s books if you would like to read the books the TV series is based on.

Karen: Arctic Fury by Greer Macallister. A group of women trek to the Artic in search of a lost ship. Only a few will return.

Kasey: The Room on Rue Amelie by Kristin Harmel. Set in Paris during World War II, this is a powerful novel of fate, resistance, and family.

Mary: The Mystery of Mrs. Christie by Marie Benedict. This is a historical fiction based on the disappearance of Agatha Christie for eleven days in December 1926.

Megan: If Winter Comes, Tell It I’m Not Here by Simona Ciraolo. A cute book that shows the changing of the seasons. No matter what season it is, fun is around every corner.

Katie: Love & Olives by Jenna Evans Welch. Get swept away with our main character Olive to the beautiful shores of Santorini. Immerse yourself into the perfect setting

for a novel all about finding yourself and your family.

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