A deeply human portrait of a mother’s fight to hold her family together as her country turns toward tyranny.
Read this staff review of “Diary of a Void,” a thrilling novel about the mother of all lies.
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Staff review of a stirring and complicated love story by Tayari Jones.
Staff review of “Queen of the Tiles” by Hanna Alkaf.
Read our staff review of the debut novel “Small Game” by writer, musher, and adventurer Blair Braverman.
An enchanting tale of secrets, lost souls, lonely strangers, and how the right flock can guide you home.
by Ryan Bankson Looking for a good mystery? Here’s one librarian’s take on the five best mysteries that C-SPL has to offer.
Staff Book Review By Sarah Smith, Adult Services It’s a little odd to describe a book about a serial killer as a light read, but Helene Tursten’s pair of “An Elderly Lady” books about the evil deeds of Maud, a respectable senior citizen (in most […]
Staff Book Review by Ryan Bankson, Adult Services Are you looking for a book recommendation to get you through this burgeoning winter weather? I’m your huckleberry. I admit it, I’m obsessed with the 1993 cinematic masterpiece “Tombstone.” I’ve watched the shootout at the O.K Corral […]
By Ryan Bankson, Adult Services Move over Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg: here comes Will Parker. The year is 2011, and Parker is the CEO of CastorNet, a billion dollar tech company turning heads in Silicon Valley. Still in his 20’s, Parker is considered […]
By Ryan Bankson, Circulation Services What do you think of when you hear the name Robin Hood? An accomplished archer? A scoundrel with a merry band of thieves robbing passersby on the King’s Road? How about that guy in the funny costume in Robin Hood […]