March 2018

February 23, 2018

Staff Picks

 

Karen: Blade Runner 2049


Mary: The Pearl Sister by Lucinda Riley, book 4 of the Seven Sisters. 

 

Megan: The Gift by Margaret Mallory, Lily's well-honed sense for trouble tells her no healer is safe in London while gangs roam the city looking for witches to burn.  Calhoun by Diana Palmer a cowboy romance.  A newer Young Adult in Megan’s stack, Cherry Money Baby by John M. Cusick.

 

Susan:  Between Heaven and Mirth by James Martin, SJ , Glass Universe by Dava Sobel, 100 Places Every Woman Should Go by Stephanie Elizondo Griest, Seven Sisters by Lucinda Riley. Startalk with Neil deGrasse Tyson, science and Pop culture collide in this series.

 

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November 27, 2018

Staff Picks

Amee: This month was a good reading month for me. I read Charlaine Harris’ new book An Easy Death
It is a news series, part western, part fantasy, and set in the world very different from our own.

I also read Michael Connelly’s new book, Dark Sacred Night. In this book, Connelly combines his famous
longtime character Harry Bosch with his newest series main character, Renee Ballard to create an engrossing police procedural mystery. And last but not least, I am listening to The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins through the Ohio Digital Library. I loved reading the series and of course, enjoyed watching the movies, but listening to the book is just as engaging.

Karen:  Madeline Finn and the Library Dog by Lisa Papp, it’s adorable and sweet.  Far cry from the book I read last month, on poison.

Mary:  Vendetta by Iris Johansen, The New Essentials cookbook : a modern guide to better cooking by America's Test Kitchen, Delish: 275+ amazing recipes & ideas, assorted quilting and craft b...

October 26, 2018

Amee: My staff pick this month is a debut novel by Christina Dalcher, titled Vox. The US government has been taken over by a ultraconservative movement. The government now limits women to speaking a 100 words in a day. The whole dynamic of the US changes with the subversion of half of the population. The government party strictly controls all members of the population. However, there is a small underground faction attempting to subvert the government and prevent their plan to expand control throughout the world. 

Karen: Royal Art of Poison: A History of Filthy Palaces, Fatal Cosmetics, Deadly Medicine and Murder Most Foul, by Eleanor Herman. 

Mary:  The Willing Murder by Jude Deveraux, Deverauz makes her debut in the world of mystery with a story of old secrets, deadly grudges and in improbable group of friends who are determined to uncover the truth regardless of the consequences.   The Book of Books celebrates America's 100 best-loved novels-the books whose ideas, characters, and...