Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Summer reads remembered

Library staff has been busy sending in reading recommendations from those lazy hazy days of summer. Take a look at these two great reads.

Sheree @ Warrenton: I read a great book this summer, Gift From the Sea by Anne Morrow Lindbergh. It is a book written more thatn 50 yars ago that is timeless and speaks to every woman, in all stages of their lives. The library also has it available on CD and large print.

Vicky @ Warrenton: This summer I started reading the Supper Club mystery series by J. B. Stanley. James Henry, a former professor of English Literature at William & Mary, reluctantly moves back to his hometown of Quincy's Gap, VA in the Shenandoah Valley to care for his widowed father.

Newly divorced, the overweight and shy James takes a job as the head librarian for the local library. He also joins a supper club for dieters who call themselves the "Flab Five." The books are well written, the plot lines are interesting, and there is a twist or two along th eway to give each book an unexpected ending.

The series starts with Carbs and Cadavers and the sixth book in the series, Black Beans and Vice, will be published in November 2010.

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