Fiction from Abrahamson, Gardiner, Harrison, and Purcell, with Debuter Ackerman | Xpress Reviews

Fans of quirky setups and international settings will find food for thought; strong female friendships and an unusual World War II home front setting; Gardiner’s chilling follow-up to UNSUB puts readers into the mind of a Ted Bundy–type murderer; the authentic historical detail and plot twists make this mystery difficult to put down; a must for all lovers of Gothic literature

February 2018 LibraryReads

Get ready to stay up all night reading this month’s LibraryReads. Force of Nature by New York Times bestselling author (who’s the author?) will have you on the edge of your seat in suspense; travel back in time with a mother and daughter as they go on a journey to find themselves in an unforgiving […]

U.S. History, January 2018 | Best Sellers

March 2017 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

Professional Media | Social Sciences Reviews

A helpful resource for any library or museum staff dealing with local historical assets; a required text for any library administrator or staff looking to create better technology support services; a helpful tool for librarians looking to delve into social media or further harness it in new ways

Considering Education | Social Sciences Reviews

A detailed telling of how modern education may not match every students needs; a helpful tool for any parent seeking advice to address their child’s needs; honest insight into the available options for children’s education and the roles parents play

Rural Living | Fiction Reviews

A heartwarming story about the power of family, this novel of modern pioneering will engage many readers; for readers of contemporary literary fiction that plumbs the depths of rural American experience, especially that of women

Dublin Thrillers | Fiction Reviews

A well-crafted thriller that will leave readers on the edge of their seats; told by two competing narrators, this story is filled with twists that have readers wanting more

Televised Revolutions | Arts & Humanities Reviews

A must for anyone interested in learning about the creation of In Living Color, and the introduction of several well known comedians to the entertainment industry; Highly recommended for anyone interested in the shift within the entertainment industry from male dominated to female powered.

Renoir Reading | Arts & Humanities Reviews

Highly recommended for all art collections highlighting history and aesthetics; a new look at the intimacy within the paintings of Renoir; this new biography of Renoir shines a fresh light on misconceptions regarding the painter

Editors’ Spring Picks: 34* Titles To Wave a Flag About

From bone-chilling true crime to poignant family dramas to delightful romantic romps, these 34 picks are top-of-list reads.