What we are reading; Staff Picks

Libby  – I’m reading Lisa Jewel’s Watching You. Very intense psychological thriller. Just finished Charles Martin Send Down the Rain, and I always enjoy reading him. I’ve got a Patricia Briggs book and a C.J. Box book waiting in the wings

Melinda – I am now reading the series of Mercy Kilpatrick books, by Kendra Elliot.  They are about an FBI agent who moves back to her hometown, and works alongside the local police Chief. Often mentioned in the storylines, is the fact that her family, and many around the area, are “preppers.” This affects her perception of those around her and sometimes causes dischord.  

Kevin –  Reading (on and off) Don’t Waste Your Life by John Pieper. This is a book about living life in a way that promotes the glory of God. Also finished a book called Clear and Present Danger by Tom Clancy. This book was about a rogue intelligence mission to get revenge on the Colombian drug cartels for killing the U.S. head of the FBI or Attorney General or both.

Joann – I try to read from every genre in the library, and this week I am reading Golden Sower book selections.  My area is for primary grades, so I am reading picture books, and chapter books.

Lynne – I just finished “sold on a Monday” by Kristina McMorris.  This story is based on a factual event during the depression.  It is a very moving story that requires an up and coming newspaper reporter to decide what is really important to him in his life.  

Kathy – I am currently reading Resistance Women by Jennifer Chiaverini.  Chiaverini always writes a great story based on historical events.

Rose – Kremlin Conspiracy by Joel C. Rosenberg, Adult Fiction with an impact of high quality reading, well understood, I enjoyed reading and will recommend to others.

Lois – Morning Star, Book 3 of the Red Rising Trilogy by Pierce Brown

Karen -Where the Crawdads Sing-Delia Owens: I love this book! 5 stars. It is a page turner. I did not want it to end, New York Times Best Seller List. Good Read

The Wife Between Us : What a twisted story. Must read. by Greer Hendricks



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