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FLASH FICTION Ordinary grace / William Kent Krueger

Ordinary grace

Ordinary grace / William Kent Krueger

Looking for a great mystery?  The Mystery Writers of America say Ordinary Grace is the best mystery of year.  Teenager Frank Drum is expecting a very normal summer when an unexpected tragedy strikes throws him into an adult world he doesn't quite understand.  Dennis Lehane's fans will love this one.

WHAT'S NEW WEDNESDAY! Midnight crossroad / Charlaine Harris

Midnight crossroad / Charlaine Harris

Midnight crossroad / Charlaine Harris
If you miss Sookie Stackhouse, pick up a copy of Midnight Crossoad.  The small town of Midnight Texas features a practicing witch, a telephone psychic, and a vampire who works in the local pawn shop.  This new series offers the perfect  combination of magic and mystery.

May is Gardening for Wildlife Month

Be it an apartment balcony or a 20-acre farm, any space can accommodate a garden that attracts beautiful wildlife and helps restore habitat in commercial and residential areas.  By providing food, water, cover and a place for wildlife to raise their young you not only help wildlife, but your property can also quality to become an official Certified Wildlife Habitat.  During May, the National Wildlife Federation sponsors this month to inspire and assist anyone who is passionate about wildlife to make a difference right in their own backyard.  For more information please visit the National Wi

FLASH FICTION Ruin Falls by Jenny Milchman

Ruin Falls / Jenny Milchman Ruin Falls / Jenny Milchman
When the Daniels family takes their first vacation in years, they wake up to discover their children are missing from the hotel room.  Liz Daniels is determined to get her children back at any cost in this page turner that is part ecothriller and part family psychological drama.    You won't be able to put this one down!

WHAT'S NEW WEDNESDAY! Chestnut Street by Maeve Binchy

Chestnut Street by Maeve Binchy

Chestnut Street by Maeve Binchy
Maeve Binchy imagined Dublin's Chestnut Street early in her career and every now again she would write about one of its residents for "the future".  Her editors and family gathered these unpublished short stories together to give you one last volume from this popular author who died in 2012.

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