Phone conversion underway.

Due to phone line updates, limited phone service will be available. If you are in need of immediate assistance, please visit our Contact Us page to connect with a librarian or come into the library. We thank you for your patience and cooperation. 

Adult Summer Experience

By completing this form, you will be automatically entered into our raffle. Your reviews may be posted here. Read the latest reviews submitted by your neighbors!

Not Dead Yet: An Eva Rae Thomas Mystery by Willow Rose

"Five Years after having disappeared, Nancy Henry returns. She claims amnesia. She was found in the water, with a concussion and wrist burns and left for dead. husband remarried. FBI profiler, Eva Rae Thomas investigates the case. Is Nancy’s life still in danger? Who does she fear? What secrets does she hold? Complicating Eva Rae’s professional life is a personal life of coping with pregnancy, adolescent children, and the baby’s father. A fast, engaging read with a very unexpected twist." - E. Pasquali 

3/4 stars.

November 9 by Colleen Hoover

"Another satisfying read by Hoover. The majority of the story is romance with an infusion of drama toward the end. A quick, easy and beautiful read." - A. Green

4/4 stars.

Unnatural Exposure (Kay Scarpetta) by Patricia Cornwell

"A mutant pox virus is killing people and Virginia’s chief medical examiner, Dr. Kay Scarpetta, is trying to identify the virus and the bioterrorist developing the virus, disseminating it, and dismembering two of its victims. The killer, using the handle, Deadoc, emails Kay with unnerving photos. Kay may be a victim of the virus; her lab assistant is. Kay’s lover, Benton Wesley, an FBI profiler, and her FBI agent niece, Lucy, are also working the case, along with police Captain Pete Morino. As with all Kay Scarpetta mysteries, it is engrossing and chilling. A superb read." - E. Pasquali

On Ocean Boulevard by Mary Alice Monroe

"We meet again the Rutledge family a few years later with Cara’s niece returning from California after losing her job and breaking up with her boyfriend. In this book we see the great strength of Cara as she helps her family cope and work to rebuild their future while she tries to decide what she wants her own to be." - F. Schwarz

4/4 stars.

A Calculated Whisk by Victoria Hamilton

"This latest read in the Vintage Kitchen Mysteries series, finds Jaymie Leighton again feeling like she needs to investigate. I found this story a little too complicated as it weaves together the characters lives going back to their high school days with current events. Sometimes I was distracted from the plot trying to remember who was who from 20 years ago." - F. Schwarz

2/4 stars.

 

A Margin for Murder by Lauren Elliott

"Book #5 in the Beyond the Page series, owner Addie Greyborne travels to neighboring town of Pine Hollow for a book sale and trouble follows. Not the best book in the series but lots of life-changes for the residents of Greyborne Harbor. If your a fan of this series I feel like this book is a bridge to the net book rather than a good story" - F. Schwarz

3/4 stars.

The Boardwalk Bookshop by Susan Mallery

"A departure from the books I usually read but in keeping of this summers theme of beach and seaside settings. This book explores the developing friendship between three women who decide to share a retail retail space on the beach. The story is one of home the challenge and support each other even though they are in completely different places in their personal lives. Well written and it invites the reader to look at relationships in different stages from brand new, after divorce or widowed." - F. Schwarz