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What We're Reading: December 2017

by Becky C | Dec 01, 2017
Ever wonder what library staff like to read?  Wonder no more!  Here's a quick look at some books we've enjoyed this month.  Click on a book cover to check availability — it’s as easy as that!

The Secret Book and Scone Society Confessions  Promise Me Dad 
 Fahrenheit 451  Jhereg  Wisdom of the 90s
 The Limit  The City of Brass  Unfaithful Music
 Alex and Eliza  Strangers  All the Light We Cannot See
 Hole in My Heart  Defining Moments  If Grace Is True
 Notes on a Foreign County  A Discovery of Witches  We Need To Talk
 The Rules of Magic  Grace Not Perfection  A Simplified Life
 The Executioner's Song  The Forgotten Garden  Kurosagi
 The Last Lecture  After the Eclipse  Wife of the Gods
 The Wise Mans Fear  Midnight  The Hate U Give
 Bel Canto  The Force  

Want more recommendations?  Click here for previous What We're Reading posts. 

Please let us know what books you've been reading that you've really enjoyed.  We're always looking for our next great read!

Becky CBecky likes to read … A LOT. When she’s not reading, she likes to pretend that she can garden. Her favorite books are The Spellman Files by Lisa Lutz and The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman..


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  1. Becky C | Dec 15, 2017

    Thanks for sharing, Becky!  I just looked that title up in our catalog and it looks intriguing.  You've just added to my To Read list.




  2. Becky | Dec 14, 2017

    Enjoying reading Ordeal, by Jorn Lier Horst.  Set in Norway, it follows Chief Police Inspector William Wisting as he follows the trail of a murder.


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