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Summer Reads

Posted on: Apr 21, 2011 @ 12:37:31 pm

Below are a few new "fun" summer reads! For the full selection, see our popular books section, near the comfy chairs to your left as you enter the library.

  • Sing You Home, Jodi Picoult
    "Popular author Picoult tackles the controversial topic of gay rights in her latest powerful tale."
    ~Booklist
  • Land of Painted Caves, Jean M. Auel
    “[R]eaders who enjoyed the previous volumes will relish the opportunity to re-enter pre-history one last time.”
    ~Publishers Weekly
  • Mystery, Jonathan Kellerman
    "New Hollywood meets old when Kellerman pairs his most popular investigative duo (True Detectives) again in this fast and fun crime drama."
    ~Library Journal
  • The Mozart Conspiracy, Scott Mariani
    "British author Miriani makes his U.S. debut with the second in his series featuring ex-SAS warrior Ben Hope, a fast, exciting read in The Da Vinci Code tradition."
    ~Publishers Weekly
  • Treason at Lisson Grove, Anne Perry
    “A fine introduction to Perry’s alluring world of Victorian crime and intrigue.”
    ~The New York Times Book Review
  • Dead or Alive, Tom Clancy
    "For the first time ever, Tom Clancy's greatest characters come together in one electrifying thriller."
    ~Publisher's description
  • Best Advice I Ever Got, Katie Couric
    "Delightful, empowering, and moving, The Best Advice I Ever Got is the perfect book for anyone who is thinking about the future, contemplating taking a risk, or daring to make a leap into the great unknown."
    ~Publisher's description
  • Good Poems: American Places, edited by Garrison Keillor
    "Celebrates the geography and culture that bind us together as a nation... Reaturing famous poets and brash unknowns alike... the collection has something for every reader and every occasion."
    ~Publisher's description

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