Amee: Raven Black by Ann Cleeves (mystery)
I began watching a series on Brit Box called Shetland. The Shetland series is based on books written by Ann Cleeves. Raven Black is the first. It is a bit different from the television series, however, I enjoyed it just as much. While Wornstaff does not own the books or DVDs of the series, we can borrow through the COOL consortium for you. The books are also available digitally through the Libby app.
Vera Wong’s Unsolicited Advice for Murderers by Jesse Q. Sutanto (mystery)
The Crow Trap by Ann Cleeves (mystery)
Dawn: The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah (historical)
A book about a single mom during the Great Depression. She must migrate from the sorrows of the Dust Bowl in Texas to California to save her children.
Karen: Where Coyotes Howl by Sandra Dallas (historical)
Young couple face hardships in early 1900’s Wyoming.
Mary: The Lonely Hearts Book Club by Lucy Gilmore (women’s friendship)
Bad, Bad Seymore Brown by Susan Isaacs (domestic thriller)
Paper Cuts by Ellery Adams (cozy mystery; #6-Secret, Book & Scone Society series)
Where Coyotes Howl by Sandra Dallas (historical)
Megan: A Very Mercy Christmas by Kate DiCamillo (picture)
Fans of Mercy Watson this new book is a must read! Stella wants to go caroling but everyone is too busy to go with her. Will it be just Stella, the pig, cat, and horse she picks up along the way? Or will her friends from Deckawoo Drive join her? Read and find out!
Heather: Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing by Matthew Perry (biography)
Awesome! It has made me look at him in a different way. He is lucky to be alive with all he has been through.