Here is a current crop of titles that patrons have been talking about with us at Reader Services. Any time you have a book to recommend, please stop by the Reader Services Desk and share it with us!
By T. Jefferson Parker
A great suspense fiction, plus it’s fun trying to figure out the real life people some of the characters are based upon.
Binocular Vision: New and Selected Stories
By Edith Pearlman
This collection of short stores sparkles with “wonderful writing.”
The Love Dare
By Stephen Kendrick (248.844 KEN)
Based on the hit movie Fireproof, patron called it “powerful” and worth owning.
Anything by the romantic suspense author Laura Griffin. The series starts with Untraceable.
By Ron Rash
This historical fiction title set in 1929 Appalachia, features a female character who is so ruthless she’s almost unlikable – which is funny given that “the author recently spoke at ECC and he is SO nice!”
Aging Our Way: Lessons for Living from 85 and Beyond
By Meika Loe (646.79 LOE)
Well-written look at aging that is both uplifting and informative; good insight for an older person and/or someone with aging parents.
American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America
By Colin Woodard (970.00497 WOO)
If you like history, this is “fascinating.”
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