April Staff Book Recommendations

The Mystery Guest by Nina Prose

The follow-up to The Maid (by the same author), a new guest with a mysterious past and an even messier death that entangles the lives of Molly the Maid and her coworkers even further than before. If you loved the first book, you will love the second! This title is available at the library. ~ Ashley

Table for Two by Amor Towles

Towles new book is a collection of six short stories. They were fabulous. Most are modern marriage stories but Evelyn Ross of Rules of Civility fame does return in one of the stories. If you are a fan, Towles doesn't disappoint. This brand new title is available at the library. ~ Leslie W.

The Summer Book Club by Susan Mallery

This is a fun, early summer read. A story with two best friends who welcome a newcomer into their group and book club. They develop a camaraderie and closeness between them and discover they need to change certain missing aspects or chapters within their lives. Will they be strong enough to take a few chances and follow through with the changes? This book is available in print and audio at the library. ~ Erin

A Town Called Solace by Mary Lawson

A quiet beautiful story of sweet Clara watching and waiting for her sister Rose to come home. I can't explain how this book grabs you without all the twists & thrills yet there is a mystery tied to Mrs. Orchard who lived next door to Clara. A mysterious man has appeared disrupting Clara's routine of caring for Moses the cat until Mrs. Orchard returns. Why is here there? Who is he? Absolute perfections! A Town Called Solace is told from multiple points of view and just might be the one you start and finish in one day. This book is available through inter-library loan. ~ Leslie M.

Murder Road by Simone St. James

Imagine going on your honeymoon and finding a young woman walking down a deserted road which you don't remember turning onto and being accused of her murder. Strange things have happened on this road. Murder Road is full of secrets, twists & turns. This brand new title is available at the library. ~ Bonnie

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