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  • Johansen creates fascinating world in addition to series

    “The Invasion of the Tearling,” a tale set in the future, is the much anticipated second book in the “Queen of the Tearling” series. Although this book has more background and less action than the first book, it carefully sets .

  • Audiobooks to entertain the whole family Amber.keck

    The use of audiobooks is on the rise for all ages, and Manhattan Public Library has a lot to offer, both digitally and in CD format. With an MPL card, you can check out five physical audiobooks at one time. .

  • ‘The Chance’ offers romance but no intrigue

    In Karen Kingsbury’s “The Chance,” Nolan Cook is Ellie Tucker’s refuge from the storm that brews every night in her parents’ house. She doesn’t know why her mother, Caroline, comes home late most nights. Ellie’s father, .

  • Daughter explores her father’s mental illness

    Dr. Perry Baird was determined to discover why certain people developed mental illnesses and what measures physicians and psychiatrists could take to treat them. In the 1940s, Dr. Baird was ahead of his time. He understood far more about manic .

  • Putnam addresses widening gap between rich and poor

    Much has been written recently about the expanding gap between the rich and the poor in this country, but no one has captured the extent and consequences of this divide better than Robert Putnam. Drawing on a most compelling and .

  • Nora Roberts’ latest novel explores deceit in family drama

    “The Liar” is a story of the betrayal of Shelby Foxworth by her husband, Richard, a financial consultant. As Shelby unravels his lies, she becomes a survivor, taking on enormous problems. On the surface, Shelly has a life to be .

  • The latest young adult books at the library Keri.mills

    It’s hard to believe that 2015 is more than half over already! It’s a good time to review some of the hottest young adult books of the year so far. This is just the tip of the iceberg, but .

  • Gable’s debut novel explores Paris time capsule

    When Sotheby’s continental furniture expert April Vogt is sent to Paris to help sort through the contents of an abandoned apartment, she has no idea that the trip will transport her back into the nineteenth-century world of Marthe de .

  • Doughty chronicles life in the mortuary business

    “Why did you go into the undertaking business?” “Because I like working with people.” So goes the old joke. Caitlin Doughty lived her first 18 years in Kaneohe, Hawaii, a suburb of Honolulu. As a teenager, she volunteered at Queen’s .

  • Former CIA agent tells gripping story in ‘Treason’

    It doesn’t take long for the reader of “Palace of Treason” to understand that the palace in the title is the Kremlin. It’s the location of several important scenes involving the central character. That character is Capt. Dominika .

  • Many avid readers are fascinated by the use of language and the development of the written and print Susan.withee.librarian1

    Many avid readers are fascinated by the use of language and the development of the written and printed word — the history, evolution, techniques, challenges and sheer beauty of speaking and writing well. For word nerds, type geeks and logophiles, Manhattan .

  • ‘50 Licks’ documents half a century of classic rock band

    Dozens, perhaps hundreds, of books have been published about The Rolling Stones. After more than 50 years recording and performing rock, blues and country music, Sir Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts - each in their late 60s .





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