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Are you a mystery reader? If so, I highly recommend Julia Keller, author of the Bell Elkins mystery series. Her books, A Killing in the Hills (2012) and Bitter River (2013), are atmospheric, literary, and utterly engaging. The series centers around B...
Reading Rebecca Makkai’s inventive sophomore novel, The Hundred-Year House, is like solving a complex puzzle. When we first visit the grand estate, we meet the elderly Gracie Breen, who is descended from a famous old-money Canadian family, the Devo...

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Ever wonder what the library staff is reading? Then you are in luck! Every month I compile a list of the adult books employees throughout the library have read, and post it on the Books/Movies/Music Page. I break it down by Fiction, Mysteries/Suspens...

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As July winds to an end and the start of a new school year approaches, many of us are heading off on well-deserved vacations.  Is there a road trip in your future?  Too much togetherness over a few too many miles can wear thin, but one thin...
When I started reading all the rave reviews in 2012 for Leigh Bardugo’s dark fantasy, Shadow and Bone, my interest was piqued. The New York Times called the debut novelist’s writing “Mesmerizing…Bardugo’s set up is shiver-inducing, of the delicious v...