New Books 8/13/18

From the humor of Miranda Sings to the suspense of Catherine Coulter, this week’s small shelf offers a variety of reads.  Health, politics, slavery, cults, and North Korea are all part of the mix.   Bloody Sunday by Ben Coes CIA top special forces operative Dewey Andreas goes undercover in Macau, where he must foil… Continue Reading New Books 8/13/18

New Books 8/6/18

Disappearance is a recurring theme in this week’s list.  Two teens disappear from a small town, a boyfriend disappears abruptly, a young girl’s bunkmates disappear from summer camp, and a daughter disappears and is later found with no memory of what happened.  Check out these new books before they disappear from our shelves!   America… Continue Reading New Books 8/6/18

New Books 7/30/18

In 2016, researchers at Yale School of Public Health analyzed data from a University of Michigan’s Health and Retirement Study.  This study had 12 years of data about reading habits and health.  They found a pattern in the 3,600 men and women over the age of 50 – People who read books for as little… Continue Reading New Books 7/30/18

New Books 7/23/18

Family relationships are prime topics in this week’s small, but interesting, list of books.  From finding out dark secrets about family, to rethinking family bonds, to the intricate workings of blended families, many of these books examing the strings attached to the ties that bind.   All These Beautiful Strangers by Elizabeth Klehfoth Seventeen-year-old Charlie… Continue Reading New Books 7/23/18