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September 2018


Amee: Father and son writing team, Jonathan and Jesse Kellerman, introduced a new suspense series in 2017 with the book Crime Scene. The main character is Clay Edison, a former star basketball player turned deputy coroner. Clay’s job is to establish if a death scene is natural or not. He is called to the home of a former college professor. Although the professor died of natural causes, Clay investigates the professor’s past which is outside the realm of his job. If you like suspense with aspects of police procedures, you may enjoy this series. The second book in the series is A Measure of Darkness( 2018).

Karen: I’m still working my way through the Harry Potter Series.

Mary: The House at Saltwater Point by Colleen Coble, Double Blind by Iris Johansen, Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life...and Maybe the World by William H. McRaven 2014 commencement speech where Admiral McRaven shared the ten principles he learned during Navy Seal Training.

Megan: My pick is all Winnie the Pooh books! We have several picture books and a chapter book: by A. A. Milne. My pick is in honor of the movie Christopher Robin in theaters now!

Rachel: Forgotten Book by Mechthild Glasier. Rachel and the Treeschoolers: A Rainy Day(DVD)

Susan: Bridges across every divide: policy and practices to reduce poverty and Build communities & Bridges to sustainable communities by local author Philip E. DeVol. The books have been addressing poverty issues since 1997. Programs derived from his published works are in use in the U.S. and several other countries.


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