September 2021 staff picks
Amee: Libby app - Reading the series Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter
by Laurel K. Hamilton-
There are currently 27 books in the series set in St. Louis, Missouri. Anita is animator as well as a vampire hunter. If you read Anne Bishop, Seanan McGuire, and/or Patricia Briggs, this fantasy/mystery/romance series may be a good read alike choice for you.
What’s Done in Darkness by Laura McHugh -
Five years ago, Sarabeth was taken while manning her parents farm stand. She could not identify her kidnapper. Now, girls are being taken and Sarabeth has been asked to relive her experience. Is the mystery of Sarabeth’s abduction tied to the missing girls?
Karen: Painting the Light by Sally Cabot Gunning (by the author of Widows War) -
A new widow uncovers her husband’s unsavory business deals.
Katie: Clanlands: Whisky, Warfare and Scottish Adventure Like No Other
by Sam Heughan & Graham McTavish -
Probably the funniest non-fiction book I’ve ever read. A telling of Scottish history that will keep you engaged and entertained all at the same time!
Mary: The Last Garden in England by Julia Kelly -
The story of three women over three different time periods, all related to the same estate garden.
Megan: Larry Gets Lost in the Library by Eric Ode-
Pete’s dog Larry gets locked in the bookmobile and ends up at the city Library. Will Larry make it home to Pete? Read to find out.