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May 2022 staff picks

Amee: Dead Silence by S.A. Barnes (science fiction/horror)

Claire is in charge of a space beacon repair ship when she and her crew discover

20-year missing ship. Will the crew discover what happened and all safely return to earth?

Dark Night by Paige Shelton (mystery)

This is the next book in my “to read” pile. It is the third installment of the Alaska Wild series.

“Winter is falling in the remote town of Benedict, Alaska, and with the cold comes a mysterious guest. The dreaded "census man," seemingly innocuous, is an unwelcome presence to those members of this secretive community who would prefer to keep their business to themselves.”—from Amazon

Dawn: The Things We Cannot Say by Kelly Rimmer (historical)

A historical fiction book about a woman in Poland during WWII and a lie that is uncovered 80 years later.

Karen: Reckless Girls by Rachel Hawkins (thriller/suspense)

Six visitors to a deserted island, expect a relaxing vacation. Instead they find death and betrayal.

Belfast (DVD)

Family living in Belfast deals with the Catholic/Protestant uprising in the late 60’s.

Based on the childhood of Kenneth Branagh (director).

Mary: A Relative Murder by Jude Deveraux (mystery)

This is the fourth in the Medlar Mystery series. Full of family secrets, mysteries and twists.

Fear Thy Neighbor by Fern Michaels (suspense)

Allison Marshall is a drifter who at 29 years old wants to find a forever home.

She purchases her dream home on Palmetto Island but then strange things begin to happen. Should she stay or keep drifting?

Megan: A Friend for Yoga Bunny by Brian Russo (children’s)

Bear is nervous because her birthday is coming. Her new friend Bunny teaches

her yoga to help her relax. Sometimes all you need to do is breath in and breath out and everything will work out.

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