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Good Reads

Looking for something great to read, watch, or listen to? On this page you'll find suggestions from library staff for your next book, audiobook, or DVD! Check out what's in our current or past displays, or scroll further down for staff picks.

 


On Display at the Library


Currently on display:

Rainbow text saying Build A Better World in an arch above text saying Adult Summer Reading 2017


Some previous displays:


Community Read 2017:
Hidden America
Look Up To The SKY over a picture of a galaxy Libraries Transform banner
Transform Your Life
Most Popular in 2015 text in blue with yellow stars on either side
Piglet against a bokeh white/pink/purple background with the quote
Gratitude
Every Hero Has a Story... yellow text angled up and to the right If you like The Girl on the Train...


 


 

Staff Picks

One of Us Is Lying by Karen McManus book cover

One of Us Is Lying by Karen McManus

Simon, who publishes an online gossip app, suddenly dies in detention, and four other high school students are the prime suspects. Turns out the brainy good-girl, the star athlete, the homecoming princess, and the former drug dealer are all hiding secrets that Simon was going to reveal, but is that enough reason to kill him? There are many exciting twists as the four students work together to solve the mystery of Simon’s murder!

Click here to find the book in our catalog.
Click here to download the eBook: from Overdrive / from Axis 360.
Click here to download the audiobook from Axis 360.

The Dry by Jane Harper book cover

The Dry by Jane Harper

Toni recommends this suspense novel about a man who returns to the town that rejected him twenty years ago, only to be drawn into investigating the death of his childhood friend.

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Click here to download the eBook: from Overdrive / from Axis 360
Click here to download the audiobook: from Overdrive / from Axis 360

The Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins book cover

Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett

Anne recommends this delicious teen spin on You’ve Got Mail. Movie buff Bailey (online name Mink) moves to California to live with her father in the town where her online crush and fellow movie fan Alex happens to live. Before she can get up the courage to contact Alex, she starts verbally sparring with arrogant surfer boy and co-worker Porter, and finds herself thinking more about him and less about Alex... This story features wonderful romance, witty dialogue, strong characters, and is a fantastic summer read!

Click here to find this book in our catalog.
Click here to download the eBook from Axis 360.

Lets Take the Long Way Home by Gail Caldwell book cover

Saints for All Occasions by J. Courtney Sullivan

Toni recommends this novel about two sisters coming to Boston from Ireland in the mid-1900s and the directions their lives take. It's a story of family, secrets, and consequences.

Click here to find this book in our catalog.
Click here to download the eBook: from Overdrive / from Axis 360.
Click here to download the audiobook from Overdrive.

 

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