Monthly Archives: November 2018

What Library Staff are Reading – November

Wake in fright by Kenneth Cook  – It was for my book group.  I found it predictable, a ‘coming of age’ story, but I have to say the writing is good.  I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. I’ve also listened to a … Continue reading

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Librarians’ Choice – November

Wundersmith: The Calling of Morrigan Crow  (junior fiction) by Jessica Townsend Return to the magical world of Nevermoor, where Morrigan Crow’s adventures continue. The most anticipated sequel of the year – a treat for all fans of magic. Morrigan may … Continue reading

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Alison’s Picks – November

    A Month of Sundays by Liz Byrski. Those of us who read fiction know that a thoughtful novel can illuminate our own lives in gratifying ways. In this recent novel by Byrski, four women from different backgrounds gather … Continue reading

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Carolyn’s Books of the Month – November

Best Read: Don’t Believe It by Charlie Donlea The Girl of Sugar Beach is about to become the most watched documentary in television history. The ten-part true-crime serial centers on the burning question: did Grace Sebold really murder her boyfriend, or … Continue reading

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