What is the Best Book You’ve Read This Summer? Chapter 4.

 

 

Well, the Adult Summer Reading raffle may be over but there is still plenty of time to find a great book! Together, the Main Library and Fairfield Woods Branch Library received more than 300 entries with suggestions from your fellow patrons. Here are a few more:

The Widow by Fiona Barton

What would you do if your spouse suddenly became the prime suspect in the kidnapping of a two-year-old girl? That’s the stomach-churning prospect that confronts London hairdresser Jean Taylor in this exceptional debut from British journalist Barton, who circles her story as if it were a lurking panther, unseen but viscerally sensed.  ~PW

If this looks like a book that you would like to read, click here to see if it’s available or to place a hold.

Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld

In Sittenfeld’s modern version of Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet writes for a women’s magazine, Jane Bennet teaches yoga, Lydia and Kitty Bennet are Crossfit enthusiasts on paleo diets, heartthrob Chip Bingley is a reality-TV star, and Fitzwilliam Darcy a neurosurgeon. ~PW

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Everyone Brave is Forgiven by Chris Cleave

Cleave paints an emotion-filled portrait of a damaged city with its inequities amplified by war and of courageous individuals whose connections to one another make them stronger. ~Booklist

If this looks like a book that you would like to read, click here to see if it’s available or to place a hold.

 

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