Staff Reading Picks

Juliet

by Anne Fortier
ISBN:9780345516107

When Julie Jacobs leaves for Italy per the instructions of her late aunt's will, she never imagines that she'll be thrust into a centuries-old feud, not to mention one of the most legendary romances of all time.

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The Girls of Murder City

by Douglas Perry
ISBN:9780670021970

Documents the true stories of Belva Gaertner and Beulah Annan, the women whose sensational murder trials inspired the musical "Chicago," and traces the contributions of fledgling reporter Maurine Watkins against a backdrop of Chicago's Jazz Age culture.

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Blood Oath

by Christopher Farnsworth
ISBN:9780399156359

Unexpectedly partnered with a secret agent sworn to protect the President, ambitious young White House staffer Zach Barrows discovers his counterpart's secret vampire identity and joins his efforts to prevent supernatural forces from emerging into the conscious world.

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One more theory theory about happiness

by Paul Guest
ISBN:9780061685170

Describes the accident that turned the author into a quadriplegic and his struggle to find independence, love, and a life on his own terms.

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Seeking Peace

by Mary Pipher
ISBN:1594488614

The psychologist author shares her journey in pursuit of a meditative life, describing her non-traditional childhood as the daughter of parents who were frequently absent, her struggles with success as an author, and her haphazard entry into the spiritual arena.

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The Red Thread

by Ann Hood
ISBN:9780393070200

After the loss of her daughter in a freak accident, Maya Lange opens an adoption agency to place baby girls from China with American families and discovers the painful and courageous journeys of both adoptive parents and birth mothers.

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