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Sick of the Snow: Read These Books to Keep You Warm

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Patron Review: The Eye of God by James Rollins

All you readers of thrillers buckle up in your favorite reading chair and get ready for another roller coaster ride of action with James Rollinss newest Sigma Force thriller, Eye of God.  Follow the Sigma Force team of Monk Kokkalis, … Continue reading

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April is also National Autism Awareness Month

April is also Autism Awareness Month, so I thought I’d share this review for Saving Max by Antoinette Van Heugten.  This title was recommended to by another avid reader who said this novel was a page-turner and as I finished … Continue reading

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Book Review: In the Bleak Midwinter by Julia Spencer Flemming

If you love mysteries and haven’t yet been introduced to the series, Rev. Clare Fergusson/Russ Van Alstyne mysteries, by Julia Spencer-Fleming, it would be my pleasure to introduce you to this wonderful author.  The first book in theseries is called   … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sutton by J.R. Moehringer

Best-selling author,  J.R. Moehringer,  takes the leap into historical fiction by writing the book, Sutton. In 2008, disgusted with the state of affairs with banks and the economy, Moehringer decided he would get even by writing about one of the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Trust Your Eyes by Linwood Barclay

I recently finished reading Trust Your Eyes by author Linwood Barclay and was happy to add this author to my list of authors to read.  Barclay definitely updates Hitchcock’s movie Rear Window in this 21 century version of voyeurism. Thomas … Continue reading

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Staff Review: I, Michael Bennett by James Patterson

This fast-paced, captivating thriller has numerous local scenes and characters that will have folks in Newburgh trying to decipher the references. This is the series about a NY-Irish cop with ten kids, and is a lovely portrait of hectic family … Continue reading

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