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  • Oct 28, 2021

    Something Wicked This Way Comes posted by Robyn

    Something Wicked This Way Comes  is a chilling classic of two teen boys approaching their birthdays.  Will Halloway will be 14 right before midnight on Halloween.  His best friend and next door neighbor Jim Nightshade will be 14 a few minutes after midnight. ...    Read More »

  • Oct 12, 2021

    Confessions on the 7:45 posted by Robyn

    Selena Murphy is a working mom who suspects her deadbeat husband is having an affair with the nanny of their two young sons.  She moves the nanny cam and views it from her desk at work to have her worst fears confirmed.  Shaken and upset, Selena leaves work late and then finds herself stuck on the commuter train home when it stalls on the tracks.  She and another woman strike up a conversation.  The woman introduces herself as Martha, and confesses to Selena that she is having an affair with...    Read More »

  • Sep 26, 2021

    When the Stars go Dark posted by Robyn

    Award winning author Paula McLain steps out of her historical fiction genre to write When the Stars go Dark, a crime/thriller novel.  Protagonist Anna Hart has had more than her share of hardships – she was a foster child who lost her mother and two half siblings at an early age.  As an adult, she has...    Read More »

  • Aug 30, 2021

    Authors in Autumn posted by Robyn

    Join the Eagle Library for talks by Colorado authors Kathy Heicher, Gojan Nikolich, and Heather Sappenfield from 1 – 5 pm on Saturday, Sept. 25th.  This is a free event with author presentations, books sales/signings, and refreshments.    Read More »

  • Aug 24, 2021

    The Drowning Kind posted by Robyn

    In The Drowning Kind by Jennifer McMahon, sisters Jackie and Lexie grew up spending their summers splashing in the mysterious and bottomless pool at their grandmother’s estate home in Vermont.  They were haunted by the stories of the aunt they never met, who drowned in this...    Read More »

  • Aug 10, 2021

    Two Books by Alex Michaelides posted by Robyn

    The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides is told from the viewpoint of Theo Faber, a criminal psychotherapist who has been following the case of Alicia Berenson, known as the “silent patient”.  Alicia was a famous painter who shot and killed her fashion...    Read More »

  • Jul 26, 2021

    The Good Sister posted by Robyn

    In The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth, Fern and Rose Castle are twins who have always been there for each other, especially after being raised by an unreliable single mother and experiencing a tragic incident during their teen years.  As adults, they continue to have very different...    Read More »

  • Jul 06, 2021

    Klara and the Sun posted by Robyn

    Klara is a solar powered AF (Artificial Friend) who begins her story from a store window as she observes activities on the street and waits for someone to purchase her.  She is an older model, and realizes she has competition as she sees new AFs arrive in the store.  But customer 13-year-old Josie takes a shine to Klara, and wishes her to be a companion.  Klara finally makes her way into a home, and finds herself part of a family.  She is quiet yet wise, and continues her observations in the...    Read More »

  • Jun 28, 2021

    The Exiles posted by Robyn

    The Exiles by Christina Baker Kline focuses on the different paths of three young women in 1840s England and Australia.  Evangeline is a young governess in London who is pregnant and finds herself wrongfully sent to Newgate Prison for several months before she is exiled to a...    Read More »

  • Jun 18, 2021

    Firefly Lane and Fly Away posted by Robyn

    Firefly Lane is one of Kristin Hannah’s older titles, revitalized by the popular Netflix series.  Kate Malarkey and Tully Hart are two teen girls coming of age in 1974, and are as different as night and day.  Kate is a shy bookworm from a stable family, and wild popular...    Read More »


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