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Saturday, October 7, 2017

In my last blog post, I reviewed Scott Lynch's second book in the Gentlemen Bastards sequence, Red Seas Under Red Skies. Just as I said then, once I finished that book, I ran to the shelves and picked up the third book in the series, The Republic of Thieves--and boy, was I NOT disappointed!

The Republic of Thieves is fabulous. While Red Seas Under Red Skies felt long and slow at times, this third book flew by and ended before I was ready for it...

Through the Grinder

by Cleo Coyle
Friday, September 29, 2017

In honor of National Coffee Day, I'm posting a recent blog on Through the Grinder by Cleo Coyle.  I recently went to Costa Rica and decided a cozy mystery about coffee seemed like the perfect reading material.  I started Ms. Coyle's Coffeehouse Mystery series with book 1, On What Grounds which I personally owned. (The library does not currently have a copy but it can be requested through MeL).  It was fairly well done and I decided to continue on with Through the Grinder which is in the HCDL collection.  The second book continues with the story of Clare Cosi who has recently moved back to New York City to...

Bulls Island

by Dorothea Benton Frank
Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Elizabeth “Betts” McGee of Charleston was once engaged to J.D. Langley, the son of the wealthiest Charleston family.  Now 20 years later, she is a successful banking executive in New York.  When her boss asks her to head up a building project on Bulls Island, her favorite childhood spot, she is leery of going back.  Can you guess who she is forced to work with? Find out what happens and what other secrets the McGee family has is this easy, fun read.  Check our catalog

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Last Bus to Wisdom

by Ivan Doig
Thursday, September 14, 2017

 

Orphaned 11 year old Donal Cameron has to leave Montana when his Gram becomes ill, so he sets off on a Greyhound bus for Wisconsin to live with an aunt. This memorable trip turns into more of an adventure than Donal ever dreamed. A thoroughly enjoyable coming of age tale!  Check our catalog
 
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The Noticer

by Andy Andrews
Thursday, September 14, 2017

Are you a dog, cat, pet bird, pet fish?  More enlightening to me was discovering my husband truly is a cat.  This small volume is wonderful,  it is all about perspective.  We all need a touch of perspective as we go through our own days.  It also helped me be more empathetic to those around me.  If you are having a tough time in any area of your life this is a good book to pick up.  The noticer in the book states, "I notice things about situations and people that produce perspective.  That's what most folks lack-perspective-a...

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