Thursday, September 15, 2011

Staff Picks

Here is what our staff is reading this month. 

Helene enjoyed The Autobiography of Mrs. Tom Thumb by Melanie Benjamin.  Follow the heroine who conquered the country with a heart as big as her dreams. 

Michelle liked Rip Tide by Kat Falls.  When Ty finds a sunken township chained to a submarine, it's the first clue in an underwater mystery that threatens his family.

Karen recommends Heads You Lose by Lisa Lutz and David Hayward.  When the headless corpse of her ex-fiancee turns up on their property siblings Paul and Lacey Hansen investigate.  This mystery is written tag team between the two authors and as they disagree about how the story should proceed the suspects and the body count rise.


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