Looking for something to read?

There’s a delightful deluge of new books stacking up at library – and these are just the most recent shelf’s worth added a few minutes ago – in the run up to our reopening.


The Red Garden – Alice Hoffman

The Red Garden introduces us to the luminous and haunting world of Blackwell, Massachusetts. Hoffman offers a transforming glimpse of small-town America, presenting us with some three hundred years of passion, dark secrets, loyalty, and redemption in a web of tales. (from Good Reads)

 
My Father at 100 – Ron Reagan (Bio of President Ronald Reagan)

 

Courage to Dissent– Atlanta and the Long History of the Civil Rights Movement

 

Detroit metal city : DMC –Wakasugi, Kiminori

Soichi Negishi dreamed of moving to Tokyo and starting up a bubblegum pop band, so what’s he doing playing in Detroit Metal City, the most scandalous, outrageous and demonic death metal band on the Japanese music scene? Deep down inside, Soichi still dreams of acoustic guitars and trips to Paris, but when the makeup comes on and he transforms into his alter ego, Krauser II, not even the denizens of hell itself are safe from his soul-devouring heavy metal sound… (from Good Reads)

 
The Revenge of the Radioactive Lady

– Elizabeth Stuckey-French

Seventy-seven-year-old Marylou Ahearn is going to kill Dr. Wilson Spriggs come hell or high water. In 1953, he gave her a radioactive cocktail without her consent as part of a secret government study that had horrible consequences. …Marylou has been plotting her revenge for fifty years. When she accidentally discovers his whereabouts in Florida, her plans finally snap into action… (from Good Reads)

 
Self-Sufficiency

– A complete guide

  

J.D. Salinger

– A Life

  

 

The Lost Gate –

Orson Scott Card

Dan North knows from early childhood that his family is different — and that the differences are secrets that can never be told.  This contemporary Urban Fantasy introduces the North family, a clan of mages in exile in our world, and their enemies who will do anything to keep them locked here. (Good Reads)

  – Humphrey Bogart

Tough Without a Gun

 

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