Staff Book Recommendations

Everyone on This Train is a Suspect by Benjamin Stevenson

A locked room mystery set on a train where the who's who of crime writing royalty must solve a murder amongst their own. This title is available at the library. ~ Leslie W.

The Watchmaker's Hand by Jeffrey Deaver

Deaver once again has written an excellent suspense filled Lincoln Rhyme novel. The watchmaker appears again to cause havoc in New York with catastrophic results. But oh what a twist it takes! This title is available at the library. ~ Bonnie F.

Balancing Act by Emily March

This is a return to Lake of the Clouds, CO for a family trying to navigate through the complexities of their lives while discovering if second chances are possible.

The family's mother uproots her life and relocates to Colorado to start an exciting new chapter. Her daughter follows needing a change. Can they both travel beyond the pain of their past and embrace a new future? This title is available at the library. ~ Erin

The Maid by Nita Prose

Molly the maid is an amazing main character! Her life is tidy and regulated with a strict schedule until she finds Mr. Black dead in his bed, as she often reminds the readers. Her outlook and view of the everyday goings on is both alarming and uncomplicated. This book is both funny and sweet, with a touch of sympathy for the characters. I LOVED it! This book is available at the library and through Libby. ~ Ashley

Mercury by Amy Jo Burns

One of my most anticipated books in 2024, Mercury is a wonderful mix of drama, romance & mystery centered around a family of roofers in small-town Pennsylvania. A perfect choice for anyone wanting to lose themselves in a page-turning story. This book is available at the library. ~ Leslie M.

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