“A Quiet Place”
A thrilling horror/suspense film, written by, directed by, and starring John Krasinski, alongside Emily Blunt. In order to survive in a world of monsters with hypersensitive hearing, the Abbott family must live in complete silence.
Find it in the library at DVD/QUI and BLU/QUI or click here to reserve a copy.

Life Inside My Mind: 31 authors share their personal struggles edited by Jessica Burkhart
31 YA authors share personal essays about their daily struggles, including topics such as Alzheimers’s, ADD, addiction, PTSD, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and more.
Find it in the library at J/TEEN/LIF or click here to reserve a copy.

Lincoln’s Last Trial: the murder case that propelled him to the presidency by Dan Abrams
Lincoln’s presidential campaign began alongside his last murder trial, which was recounted in newspapers around America for voters to read. The case was an important one for Lincoln, for if his client had been convicted of murder, Lincoln’s reputation could have been tarnished. Not only were political challenges on Lincoln’s mind, but his client, Peachy Quinn Harrison, was the son of a close friend.
Find it in the library at 973.7/ABR and CD/973.7/ABR or click here to reserve a copy.

Noir: a novel by Christopher Moore
Sammy “Two Toes” Tiffin works a dingy bar in San Francisco. When a mysterious blonde walks in, she stands out even more against the dusty background, and Sammy is smitten. Before he can do anything about it, though, an Air Force general arrives, and Sammy, with his street contacts, is the only man for the job. Sammy is as deep into trouble as you can get, and to top it all off, the blonde has vanished without a trace.
Find it in the library at FIC/MOO or click here to reserve a copy.

The Trading Post and Other Frontier Stories: a Five Star anthology edited by Hazel Rumney
From Five Star Publishing comes another collection of both new authors and already adored voices in the Western genre. These stories carry out the traditional themes of American frontier stories, from action-packed Westerns to more slow-paced historical tales.
Find it in the library at WEST/TRA or click here to reserve a copy.

Before I Let You Go by Kelly Rimmer
Lexie Vidler and her sister Annie have been estranged for years, mostly due to Annie’s drug and theft habits, which up until recently, Lexie has always saved her from, temporarily. But this time on a 2:00 a.m. phone call, Lexie learns that Annie is pregnant—and in premature labor. Lexie suddenly finds herself as the primary caregiver for her newborn and newfound niece. How is she supposed to raise a child amidst the drama of her sister and the downward spiral of Lexie’s life?
Find it in the library at FIC/RIM or click here to reserve a copy.

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Kate Foley also blogs at themagicviolinist.blogspot.com.

 

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