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- New Book Buzz January 14, 2021A few standouts to look for in our new releases. If you liked Orphan Train or Before We Were Yours, you might enjoy the first two titles on the list. The Children’s Train by Viola Ardone – The story of seven year old Amerigo, one of the thousands of children living in devastated postwar Naples […]
- New Fiction Coming in February January 12, 2021Steve Berry – The Kaiser’s Web Linda Castillo – A Simple Murder: a Kate Burkholder Short Story Collection Janet Dailey – Calder Brand Tatiana de Rosnay – Flowers of Darkness Joanne Fluke – Triple Chocolate Cheesecake Murder Kristen Hannah – The Four Winds Jane Harper – The Survivors JA Jance – Missing and Endangered Jonathan […]
- Bridgerton January 8, 2021If you enjoyed the Netflix release of Bridgerton or you’re on the waitlist for the books, here are some period dramas and other authors to enjoy in the meantime! Belgravia “Follows events when the emerging nouveau riche, including the Trenchard family, rub shoulders with London’s established upper classes and when secrets from the past threaten […]
- My Brilliant Friend January 6, 2021This month the Monday Evening Book Group met virtually to discuss My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante. This popular Italian novel is the first of a four book series that follows the lives of the narrator, Elena, and her daring friend, Lila. This first installment introduces readers to the harsh environment of a poor Neapolitan neighborhood in […]