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What Library Staff are Reading – JULY

Blue Mountains Library wishes you all happy reading, watching and listening in July. It’s been a while since we had a What Library staff are reading – April.  As we entered the COVID-19 lockdown I found I was unable to … Continue reading

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What Library Staff are Reading – April

Blue Mountains Library wishes you all happy reading and listening in April. How the Dead Speak by Val McDermid eAudio on RB Digital – the is number 11 in the Tony Hill and Carol Jordan series. (The eAudiobook of number … Continue reading

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What Library Staff are Reading – February

The Chain by Adrian McKinty – I have enjoyed Adrian McKinty’s other novels set in Northern Ireland and with such interesting titles as I hear sirens in the street and Police at the station and they don’t look friendly. Apparently … Continue reading

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What Library Staff are Reading – December

Wishing you all a safe and happy Christmas from the Blue Mountains Library staff. Winter by Knausgård, Karl Ove. – I will read anything by this author, anywhere, anytime. 4/5 The righteous mind: why good people are divided by politics … Continue reading

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What Library Staff are Reading – November

The erratics by Vicki Laveau-Harvie – this is a misery memoir with a difference.  It’s a misery memoir with humour and I awarded it a rare 5 stars.  This is the story of the author’s relationship with her very difficult … Continue reading

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What Library Staff are Reading – October

I am currently reading The secret chord by Geraldine Brooks, nearly at the end. I have enjoyed some of this author’s other books and thought them good, and The secret chord is just as satisfying. She has King David portrayed … Continue reading

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