Did you miss me? Books you may have missed
Did you know that we have a display on the second floor of many of the recent fiction books that you might have missed? Often the newest books are checked out so we highlight some when they come upstairs. Currently we have these and several more on display.
While justice sleeps by Stacey Abrams is an inside-Washington thriller about an ambitious law clerk. Stacey Abrams has an insider's view for this suspenseful story since she's a tax attorney by training and has served in the Georgia House of Representatives for more than 10 years.
When no one is watching by Alyssa Cole. Sydney Green has noticed that her beloved neighborhood is changing. Property is selling quickly and neighbors are moving to the suburbs. Or are they?
The Saboteurs : an Isaac Bell adventure by Clive Cussler. Detective Isaac Bell prevents the assassination of a U.S. Senator, but a larger game seems to be in play. Bell heads to Panama to find answers.
The pull of the stars by Emma Donoghue is about a maternity ward in 1918 Dublin, at the height of the "Great Flu." Three women's lives change in unexpected ways over the course of three days.
Send for me by Lauren Fox is a beautiful novel that moves between Germany on the brink of WWII and present day Wisconsin.
Triple chocolate cheesecake murder by Joanne Fluke. Hannah Swenson is rushing to prepare a fancy dinner when she gets the call that she is the prime suspect in the murder of Mayor Richard Bascomb.
Funeral for a friend : a Jonathan Stride novel by Brian Freeman. Jonathan Stride, a Duluth, Minnesota police lieutenant is in an awkward position when his best friend confesses to burying a body to protect him.
The Thursday murder club by Richard Osman. Every Thursday they meet in the Jigsaw Room of their English retirement village to discuss unsolved crimes. British TV celebrity Osman mixes mirth and murder in the debut to his new series.
We begin at the end by Chris Whitaker. A literary novel with a mystery at its core examines the choices we make and the dangerous ground between good and evil.