Whether you are looking for your next great read or want to build up your "to-read" list, check out our new offerings below!
Celebrate Women's History Month

March is the PERFECT time to be inspired by the trials and triumphs of real-life heroines! The library has no shortage of books by and about women. Add them to your stack of great reading in honor of this month of celebration and recognition. Click HERE for a complete list of recommended reading!
Books We're Loving for March

The Luck of the Irish, the Beginning of Spring, March Madness, and BOOKS! Having reviewed these titles months ago, we’re thrilled they’re FINALLY hitting the shelves. Lots of highly anticipated titles here by our favorite authors, including Anna Quindlen, Chris Bohjalian and more. Here’s a sampling of what’s new for March:

The Last Equation of Isaac Severy
by Nova Jacobs

Mr. Penumbra?
A.J. Fikry?
Eleanor Oliphant?
If any of these names make your heart do a whimsical little flip, you're going to want to get acquainted with Isaac Severy. The word around the library is that this one is “Goldfinch good.” Clues, suspicious characters, a race against the clock, the family – dysfunctional geniuses, undone by the sudden death of their patriarch – all make for one fantastically fun read.
The Broken Girls
by Simone St. James


This riveting genre-blender mixes intertwined mysteries from past and present along with a foreboding and supernatural tale. Take a bleak Vermont boarding school, where the education is as meager as the care, toss in a mystery about a missing girl and BAM – what a story! Feisty characters, a horror-tinged mystery, and all too frighteningly believable.

Tangerine
by Christine Mangan


The story of two women, friends in college, until an accident leaves a divide between them. Years later, they meet again, forming a twisting tale told in alternate voices, and a very similar tone to Hitchcock. This author is certain to be your next go-to favorite.

Alternate Side
by Anna Quindlen

Quindlen’s highly anticipated new novel presents a provocative New York City drama of fractured marriages and discomforting class distinctions. The author reveals the intimacy of intertwined lives, shining a keen understanding of and appreciation for the universal frailty of human lives. This one is pure gold for book clubs and will delight her legions of fans.
Sometimes I Lie
by Alice Feeney

Thriller alert – if you enjoyed The Woman in the Window or The Breakdown, you will LOVE this one! It seems like suspense psycho-drama just keeps getting better and better! Combine a paralyzing present with a series of childhood diaries from the past, culminating in a jaw dropping and ending and you have a book that you just won’t be able to put down.  
Sunburn
by Laura Lippman

Get ready for some heat! This scorching tale of the blurry line between betrayal, lust, and murder from Edgar Award winner Lippman reminds
us of Cain’s
The Postman Always Rings Twice.  This is noir at its very best and will keep you guessing to the very last page.



The Flight Attendant
by Chris Bohjalian

Cassie Bowden is a flight attendant with a drinking problem. Rock bottom comes when she wakes up in a hotel room in Dubai with a dead man next to her. Warning: do not read this on a plane! Fans of Ruth Ware, Lisa Scottoline and Harlan Coben will love this one.
A Fun Website for Lit Lovers

If you’re like us, you too go bonkers over websites that cater to our literary whims. This month we’re featuring Literature Map – a unique site which populates a “map” of authors based on your reading preferences. Like Patterson? Pop his name in the search field and Literature Map creates a map of authors similar in style, both closely and also loosely, to James Patterson. 

Lit Map provides a fun way to find more of what you like and is also a great way to discover authors new to you. Give it a try by visiting the library’s Well Read page. Click on the Literature Map tab on the left side of the page. Happy reading!