Read into Spring!
Spring finally feels like it has ‘sprung’, and we’ve got some new books in that will make you want to sit outside in the spring sunshine and read for awhile! These books and more are also on our Goodreads page in case you want to mark them “Want to Read”. And, as always, if you need help finding a good book, just ask!
- Murder in the Manuscript Room — a smart, compelling mystery in which the characters themselves are at least as interesting as the striking sleuthing. by Cornelius Lehane
- The Escape Artist — Nola is a mystery. Nola is trouble. And Nola is supposed to be dead. by Brad Meltzer
- The Kremlin Conspiracy — With an American president distracted by growing tensions in North Korea and Iran, an ominous new threat is emerging in Moscow. by Joel C. Rosenberg
- True to You — Undercover DEA Special Agent Dawson King spent five months in a Montana prison establishing a fake identity to take down a ruthless drug dealer and put him behind bars. Except there’s a wild card . . . the killer’s beloved daughter. by Jennifer Ryan, Montana Heat series
- The First Kiss of Spring — A successful businesswoman returns to her hometown, where she pursues a sexy mechanic with a tragic past. by Emily March, Eternity Springs series
- Beyond Scandal and Desire — At birth, Mick Trewlove, the illegitimate son of a duke, was handed over to a commoner. Despite his lowly upbringing, Mick has become a successful businessman, but all his wealth hasn’t satisfied his need for revenge against the man who still won’t acknowledge him. What else can Mick do but destroy the duke’s legitimate son–and woo the heir’s betrothed into his own unloving arms. by Lorraine Heath, a Sins for All Seasons novel
- The Flower Powered Garden — supercharge your borders and containers with bold, colorful plant combinations by Andy Vernon
- Heart Berries: a memoir — Having survived a profoundly dysfunctional upbringing only to find herself hospitalized and facing a dual diagnosis of post traumatic stress disorder and bipolar II disorder; Terese Marie Mailhot is given a notebook and begins to write her way out of trauma.
- Getting Grit — an information-rich and practical guide for developing the qualities needed to persevere over obstacles–not just toughness and passion, but also humility, patience, and kindness by Caroline Adams Miller.