Monthly Archives: June 2015

Librarian Recommended Reads: Theodore Boone: The Fugitive by John Grisham

The Fugitive  is number 5 in the Theodore Boone series. Yes, Theodore Boone the precocious thirteen year old lawyer is at it again. One cannot help but gravitate towards this kind lovable character as he sets out to help and … Continue reading

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Librarian Recommended Reads: The mirror world of Melody Black by Gavin Extence

This is the same author who wrote The universe versus Alex Woods, I recall in the review I wrote of that book, that I hope the author writes something new real soon. It’s been a little while, but worth the … Continue reading

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Reading Lists: Australian Outback Fiction

Stories set in the red dirt, blazing sun, and peril ridden Australian outback: Jackaroos and Jillaroos who overcome adversity, mystery, and personal hardships, find love and friendship, against a back drop of cattle and horses, snakes and lizards, but always the sun … Continue reading

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Librarian Recommended Reads: The Silent Wife by ASA Harrison

This is a novel I really enjoyed. It has been compared to “Gone girl”, but I would say it is better. It’s about a couple who have everything they could wish for. Especially the husband Todd, who has a wife Jodi … Continue reading

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W is for Wasted by Sue Grafton

“Two dead bodies changed the course of my life that fall. One of them I knew and the other I’d never laid eyes on until I saw him in the morgue.” The first was a local Private Investigator of suspect … Continue reading

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