Here's what I shared this week with our patrons.
Whiplash River by Lou Berney – Shake Bouchon left his life of crime behind to open a restaurant in Belize, but crime won’t let Shake alone.
Never Tell by Alafair Burke - NYPD Detective Ellie Hatcher thought Julia Whitmire committed suicide, but suspects a group of teens know more than they’re telling.
Wallflower in Bloom by Claire Cook - Deirdre Griffin does everything for her superstar brother and her family, until she quits to take part in Dancing with the Stars.
Paris in Love by Eloisa James - In 2009, the bestselling author sold her house, took a sabbatical, and moved her family to Paris.
Truth Be Told by Larry King - Off the record about favorite guests, memorable moments, funniest jokes, and a half century of asking questions.
Jack 1939 by Francine Mathews - Let’s imagine that Jack Kennedy spent 1939 traveling Europe as a spy for FDR.
Tumbleweeds by Leila Meacham - Three young friends form a bond they expect to last a lifetime, but an event in their Texas town changes their lives forever.
Between the Lines by Jodi Picoult & Samantha Van Leer - What would happen if a character in a book wanted to escape, and his reader wanted to help him?
Calling Invisible Women by Jeanne Ray – What happens when a small group of women with something in common discover they’re invisible to the people around them?
Criminal by Karin Slaughter – In 1974, young women in Atlanta were taken from the streets and brutally murdered. Now, in present-day, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation investigates because the crimes are occurring again.
Dark Magic by James Swain – A group of magicians try to defend New York City against a mysterious attack.
Mama Makes Up Her Mind by Bailey White – Essays about White’s life in Georgia and Florida with her eccentric family.
And, a great time was had by all. (Or, at least that's what they told me.)