Staff Picks for May

FICTION:

The Naturalist by Andrew Mayne
This was such an engrossing thriller, I read it in one day. Mayne’s writing is humorous and thrilling at the same time. A truly fantastic read. I can’t wait to read the next in the series.      ~Sue B. Circulation

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Lawn Boy by Jonathan Evison
This is a funny, honest and at times heartbreaking coming of age story. Mike Munoz is on a quest to find himself: his sexual identity, his artistic self and his life’s calling. ~Linda, Reference

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I’ll Be Your Blue Sky by Marisa de los Santos
A well-written romance with a little bit of a mystery. Told in two stories, one present day and one in the 1950’s. Suspend belief and just enjoy the magic! ~Claudia, Technical Services

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Self-Portrait with Boy: A Novel by Rachel Lyon
A struggling photographer embarks on a new project hoping for big returns. During her self-portrait session she mistakenly photographs an image both horrific and tragically beautiful, setting in motion a cathartic journey of trying to balance the scales of morality and fame.       ~KC, Circulation

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AUDIOBOOKS:

I Liked My Life by Abby Fabiaschi
Trying to find the reason for Maddy’s suicide, her husband and daughter discover that things are not always as they seem. ~Sharyn, Circulation

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