Staff Picks For Adults

The Witches’ Tree:  An Agatha Raisin Mystery By: M.C. Beaton I really enjoy listening to the audiobook versions of the Agatha Raisin mysteries by M.C. Beaton.  We have a large selection of these mysteries both in CD format and in Overdrive.  There are 28 mysteries in the...

What Happened By: Hillary Rodham Clinton I was torn when attempting to select a title to discuss for my October book review. I recently finished two books that I found quite compelling – one fiction and the other non-fiction. Both H. Jack Mayer’s Life in a Jar...

How to Find Love in a Bookshop By: Veronica Henry Words cannot describe how much I love books about books.  Throw in an English accent and charming characters, and I’m a lost cause.   How to Find Love in a Bookshop by Veronica Henry follows the story of...

The Impossible Fortress By: Jason Rekulak I don’t often browse the stacks looking for a new book to read. Many times, I have a specific title I’m looking for, and I go right for it. But once in a blue moon, the cover of a book will...

Uncommon Type By: Tom Hanks America’s favorite movie star (according to a People Magazine survey) has become an author.  Turns out, Tom Hanks is not “just a pretty good writer – for an actor,” but he demonstrates real talent in this field of artistic expression.  Uncommon Type...

Deskbound: Standing up to a Sitting World By: Dr. Kelly Starrett with Juliet Starrett & Glen Cordoza Deskbound is a great book for not just office workers, but all people living the typical sedentary modern life who are ready to learn how to live and move in the...

The Little French Bistro By: Nina George The Little French Bistro is reminiscent in theme and plot to George’s first novel, The Little Paris Bookshop.  In both novels, we encounter characters paralyzed by grief or despair who take action to change their lives, and ultimately forge a...

In a Dark, Dark Wood By: Ruth Ware Readers may know Ruth Ware from her 2016 hit, The Woman in Cabin 10.  Her debut novel In a Dark, Dark Wood deserves just as much attention and praise.  It’s a fast paced thriller with characters and plot twists...

Before We Were Yours By: Lisa Wingate   The cover image on this book grabbed my attention as I scrambled to select a title before heading off on a beach vacation; two tow-headed girls are seated on a trunk. Shot from behind, you see that they are on...

Wonder Woman: The True Amazon By: Jill Thompson Wonder Woman is on top of the world right now. After a consistently excellent comic reboot in June of last year and a terrific film earlier this summer, Wonder Woman may be as popular now as she ever has...

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