The Girl on the Train is a twisty psychological thriller featuring some very unreliable narrators. Rachel is a washed-up, alcoholic thirty-something who creates a fantasy about a couple she sees out the window of her daily train ride into London. In ...

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  What’s hot at the Cook and Aspen Libraries? Right now it’s the booklets we compiled highlighting the Adult Services staffers’ favorite fiction and nonfiction of 2014. As always, a few books stood out as favorites among the staff. Three books...

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A Long Way Home by Saroo Brierley This is an amazing true story of Saroo, who, at five years old, is separated from his brother, falls asleep on a train, and travels overnight from his small village in India to the teeming station and streets o...
The National Film Preservation Board of the Library of Congress announced last week that 25 additional films have been added to its National Film Registry. The Registry is a list of films deemed "culturally, historically or aesthetically signifi...

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Don Tillman is a captivating, likeable character, who was introduced by author Graeme Simsion in The Rosie Project. Now the brilliant but awkward geneticist returns in The Rosie Effect (publication date Dec. 30), where he faces more social ...