Oct 16, 2016

Sunday Salon: New Branch Library

I went on opening day to our newest branch library in Sylvania and found this book that in other branches must be on a very long waiting list. The new branch had almost all new books laid out for readers to pick up. My new library find and current read:

A Great Reckoning, the 12th in the Chief Inspector Armand Gamache mystery series, August 30, 2016, Minotaur. It's intriguing because of the main character and the police force, whose detecting techniques and thinking processes are fascinating to follow.

In my mailbox this week,

A galley of When All the Girls Have Gone by Jayne Ann Krentz, November 29, 2016, from Berkley
A modern day thriller about a woman searching for her step-sister and helped by a PI.

What's on your reading list this week?

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15 comments:

  1. I have my eyes out for When All the Girls Have Gone...hope to get my hands on it soon.

    I also want to read more from Louise Penny...I've only read the first two books.

    Enjoy your week...and here are MY WEEKLY UPDATES

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  2. Ooh a new branch library and hot books too! Nice to be able to go there and get one that is on a wait list elsewhere. A Great Reckoning looks good, I've been enjoying mysteries lately.

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  3. A new library is always a good thing. :-) I've been wanting to read the Louise Penny books but haven't gotten around to them yet. And I'm looking forward to When All the Girls Have Gone.

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  4. I have just started reading Louise Penny and am looking for The Cruelest Month. Right now I am reading The Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Arnim, one of my top 25 fav books thus far.

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  5. Harvee, how nice to explore your new branch library in Sylvania, and to find some exciting books! I hope the week ahead is full of ample reading time for us!

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  6. I've really enjoyed Louise Penny's books, I find the Quebec setting so fascinating!

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  7. I enjoyed the first book in the Louise Penny series and need to get back to it. Hope you love the one you found at the library.

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  8. Both your books look great. I have another Louise Penny book sitting on my shelf begging to be read. Enjoy the new library branch, sounds great!
    Amanda @ Mrs B's Book Reviews

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  9. Oh how fun to have a new library! I hope the book is a gem.

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  10. I love my little library, I can always get paperbacks 3/$1-last week it was fill a bag for $1!!
    http://thebestbasicblogger.blogspot.com/2016/10/its-monday-what-are-you-reading.html

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  11. I had When All the Girls Have Gone from Penguin's First to Read. I enjoyed it but it doesn't make my Top Ten list of her books. (I've read everything she's written under all her pseudonyms.) Come see my week here. Happy reading!

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  12. What fun to have a new library!! I hope it is close to your home. :)

    Louise Penny's books are always a treat.

    ENJOY the book and your reading week.

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  13. I remember when our new library finally opened. I was in awe and spent hours there. I hope you love the new branch. Enjoy your books.

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  14. Nice to have a new library! lots of opportunities.

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