The Little Paris Bookshop: a Novel

Nina George
The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George is a keeper which means I am going to buy this book. And I will reread it at least once and maybe twice and maybe more. I have marked so many passages that I find I have marked entire chapters. ...

Review by Katheryn C. »

Film Music

Mikaėl Tariverdiev
Simply titled Film Music doesn't really convey the depth of this wonderful collection of music fr ...

Review by Keith S. »

Dj-kicks

Moodymann
The 51st installment of the DK Kicks series goes to Detroit’s own Kenny Dixon Jr aka Moodyman. ...

Review by Keith S. »

Paper Wishes

Lois Sepahban
Manami and her family are sent to Manzanar, a Japanese Internment camp during WW II. The story is told from Manami's point of view, in journal form, as a young girl who perhaps does not fully understand the situation. Be sure to read the extended authors note which provides factual information. ...

Review by Michele R. »

A Bandit's Tale: the Muddled Misadventures of a Pickpocket

Deborah Hopkinson
Fantastic historical fiction set at the end of the 1800's. Great mash up of Oliver Twist story, Black Beauty horse tale and the Great Snowstorm of New York in 1889. Action and adventure make this a fast read! ...

Review by Michele R. »

It Ended Badly: Thirteen of the Worst Breakups in History

Jennifer Wright
We've all endured breakups, it's a constant in the equation of the human condition. And more than a few of us have had bad, desperate, and, in hindsight, embarrassing reactions to brutal breakups. Well, at least nothing can be as destructive or as embarrassing as the reactions of these famous individuals. ...

Review by Colleen M. »

It Ended Badly: Thirteen of the Worst Breakups in History

Jennifer Wright
We've all endured breakups, it's a constant in the equation of the human condition. And more than a few of us have had bad, desperate, and, in hindsight, embarrassing reactions to brutal breakups. Well, at least nothing can be as destructive or as embarrassing as the reactions of these famous individuals. ...

Review by Colleen M. »

Raymie Nightingale

Kate DiCamillo
Absolutely wonderful. You need to get this book. Call us and we will put it on hold for you.... 932-8503 ...

Review by Michele R. »

The Good Fight: How World War Ii Was Won

Stephen E Ambrose
One of our patrons suggested this book. (Thanks!) It is every bit as wonderful as they said! Timeline, photos, Quick Facts, maps and more make this an excellent reference source as well as an interesting read. ...

Review by Michele R. »

The Girl on the Train: a Novel

Paula Hawkins
Artfully written, this best seller has sold 3 million copies in the U.S. alone! The story centers around the recently divorced, obsessed, bitter alcoholic named Rachel Watson. Her husband leaves her for his mistress when the mistress becomes pregnant, a slap in the face to Rachel who's alcoholism is partially fueled by her infertility. ...

Review by Colleen M. »