Adult Services Blog

  • Glenside favorites

    Here's what Glenside readers are enjoying this summer.

  • The Conjuring

    Director James Wan’s new horror movie, The Conjuring, is a haunted house story based on real people.  The film follows paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren as they attempt to help Roger and Carolyn Perron and their five daughters explain the strange occurrences in their Harrisville, Rhode Island home. The film will be released in theaters July 19th.

    If this is your kind of movie, you might also like these DVDs and books available at Glenside:


  • The Kill Room by Jeffery Deaver (Lincoln Rhyme series #10) review

    When U.S. citizen and vocal anti-American activist Roberto Moreno is shot and killed in a Bahamian hotel, New York ADA Nance Laurel begins to investigate the conspiracy that the murder was planned and ordered by a U.S. government official. Laurel asks Forensic expert (and quadriplegic) Lincoln Rhyme and his partner Amelia Sachs for help. The problem? There is virtually no physical evidence for the duo to examine. Plus, the Bahamian police have attributed the murder to a drug cartel and consider the case closed.

    The tenth installment in Deaver’s excellent series, The Kill Room continues to showcase forensic science and delivers all the hallmarks fans have come to expect: a fast pace, red herrings, and enough twists to make you dizzy. This thrilling mystery can be read as a standalone, or you can start with The Bone Collector. Fans of Ridley Pearson’s series featuring Lou Boldt and Daphne Matthews, or Thomas Harris’s Hannibal Lecter books may also enjoy this title.


  • Coming soon

    Your favorite authors have some great books coming out in July.  Place your holds now.

  • Glenside Favorites

    Glenside adult readers are recommending these teen books.

  • June weddings

    Everyone loves a wedding and June weddings are in full swing.  Enjoy these library materials about weddings.

  • Home by Toni Morrison Book Review

    Home is the newest title by Morrison, and it reads more like a novella or short story rather than a novel.  Beautifully evocative and succinct, the author has the ability to find just the right word choices to give her writing a life of its own.  The story is a short 147 pages with plenty of white space around each page.

  • Glenside's Favorites

    See what Glenside readers are saying about the books they are enjoying this summer.