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October 2022 staff picks

Amee: The Ink Black Heart by Robert Galbraith (pseudonym for J.K. Rowling)

I have been waiting (impatiently) for this sixth installment of the Cormoran Strike/Robin Ellacott series. It is one of my favorite mystery series. Strike and Ellacot

are hired to investigate a cyber case to identify the murderer of an online game creator. The book has lots of characters and connections to keep you guessing who did it until the end.

Other books for September

The Grace Year by Kim Liggett- (young adult)

The Woman in the Library by Sulari Gentill (mystery)

DVDs in September

Lightyear (PG)

Minions the Rise of Gru (PG)

Dawn: The Marsh King's Daughter by Karen Dionne (thriller)

A thrilling survivalist book about a woman that must hunt and capture her own father. Soon to be a major motion picture.

Karen: Handmaids Tale-Season 4 (DVD)

June continues her fight against the oppression of Gilead.

Mary: Where the Sky Begins by Rhys Bowen (historical)

A woman’s future is determined by fate and choice in a gripping WWII novel about danger, triumph, and second chances. —Amazon

The Bodyguard by Katherine Center (romance)

A female bodyguard is assigned to protect a very handsome movie star. This is a fun, sweet rom-com.

Megan: Good Little Wolf by Janet Stevens (children)

Little Wolf doesn’t want to be bad. He wants to be good. His parents send him to Bad School to learn to be a big, bad wolf. Will little wolf ever be bad? Will he stay true to himself and be good? Read and find out!

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