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January 2021

Amee: The Law of Innocence by Michael Connelly. The Law of Innocence is the sixth in the Lincoln Lawyer series with Los Angeles Defense Attorney Mickey Haller. A courtroom procedural that has Mickey trying to save himself from prison for murder. The first book that I have read this year which has the CoVid Pandemic happening in the background since the timeframe of the story is the beginning of 2020.


If you come to Earth by Sophie Blackall (picture book). A young boy, Quinn, writes a letter to outer space explaining what will be found if beings should visit the Earth. I loved the illustrations and the story idea.


Karen: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V. E. Schwab. In exchange for immortality, a young woman gives up her soul. The drawback being no one can remember her. Until the day a man says he knows her.


Daughters of Erietown by Connie Schultz. Secrets of a small town connect several women.


Kasey: Dear Child by Romy Hausmann. A psychological thriller full of twists and turns.

Mary: The Star-Crossed Sisters of Tuscany by Lori Nelson Spielman.

Megan: How to Catch a Yeti by Adam Wallace. Follow a group of kids as they set a bunch of traps and try to catch a Yeti. Will they catch him? Read and find out!

Katie: The Bookshop on the Corner by Jenny Colgan. A literary matchmaker who enjoys pairing readers with the perfect books moves from the city to a sleepy village where she becomes the

bookmobile driver. She rediscovers her sense of adventure while searching for a happy ending of her own.

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