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First Grave on the Right

by Darynda Jones
Tuesday, May 16, 2017

This is the first installament in a fun, fast paranormal romantic suspense series. The wise-cracking, smart, capable, and kick-butt protagonist, private investigator, and Grim Reaper Charley Davidson uses her unique supernatural abilities to help solve murders in Albuquerque, NM. She's surrounded by a wonderful cast of secondary characters who add flavor and fun to Charley's exploits.

One warning to you: once you start this series, you will not be able to stop! Luckily for us all, author Darynda Jones recently published the 10th book in the series and shows no signs of stopping soon!

So, grab this first book, sit back, and...

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

For any dog lover out there, this is a heartwarming and insightful tail. Written from a dogs perspective, this story tells the emotional journey of one dog and his quest, over many lives, to find his purpose.  The narrative swings from sadness to happiness to laugh out loud funny.  Guaranteed you will never look at your dog quite the same way.  Check our catalog.

Tanya H.,...

Behind Closed Doors

by B.A. Paris
Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Jack and Grace look to be the perfect married couple.  Or is it the perfect lie?  A suspenseful story line that keeps you engaged in the story and what is to come.  I enjoyed this book and definitely would recommend it.
 
 
Jeremy
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Friday, April 28, 2017

An elegant apartment building in the center of Paris is the setting for this story told through two narrators - concierge Rene Michel and twelve-year-old Paloma Josse - who are both hiding parts of themselves. Their lives are transformed by the arrival of a new tenant, Kakuro Ozu. Written by a philosophy teacher, this novel tackles philosophy, class consciousness, and personal victories in a moving and funny way. ...

The Cardturner

by Louis Sachar
Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Okay, okay, my only exposure to playing the card game bridge was when I was 12 years old and my dad tried to teach me.  He lost me at "left bower" . . . nevertheless, both my parents were avid bridge players - my mother still plays occasionally when her friends need a fourth.  That's what attracted me to this book.  

Alton Richards is a high schooler who is "volunteered" by his parents to drive his wealthy, sickly, great-uncle to and from his bridge club 4 times a week and be his cardturner.  Alton at first finds this job to be boring and tedious but before long, he starts to pick up on...

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