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October Reading Challenge Reviews

November 6, 2017

(Click on the titles to learn more about the books and whether they are available currently at the library!)

 

Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Engalls Wilder

"Loved this book as a kid and it was still enjoyable now." - Christina

 

The Shining  by Stephen King

"The story of the haunted overlook hotel. And the caretake family that moves there. The son can see the ghosts and the father is possessed by the,. Good suspense." - Ruth

 

Killing Floor by Lee Child

"The 1st Jack Reacher book. After seeeing the movies, this helped explain Jack Reacher's background. Good action all the way through." - Tami

 

The Deep End of the Ocean by Jacquelyn Mitchard

"It is hard to believe that women are treated like property. And if they try to leave the polygonist life style, they are hunted down like dogs. And as the husbands wives age, they just marry another to satisfy their sexual desires." - Amanda

 

The Sleeping Beauty Killer by Mary Higgins Clark & Alafair Burke 

"It was a great book! I liked the coauthors addition to this story." - Trudi

 

Great People pf the Great Plains Vol. 1 by Keith Norman

"Interesting but sometimes it was hard to follow the connections of people and places!" - Diane

 

David Livingstone Foe of Darkness by Jeanette Eaton

"A very good read about a man who explored Africa and brought spiritual hope to many natives. He really went through many trials and his family too." - Carol

 

Murder on Bank Street  by Victoria Thompson

"A new favorite murder series!" - Maxine

 

Chick Soup for the Women's Soul 

"Love the books!." - Melanie

 

Deep Down by Deborah Coates

"Very strange story line!" - Nancy

 

Hallowe'en Party by Agatha Christie

"Classic murder mystery with a wonderful main character" - Tammy

 

Long Lost by Harlan Coben 

"I enjoy the author." - Dan

 

A Path Revealed by Carlen Maddux

"Outstanding book by a man who found spiritual courage and hope while his wife went through the agonies of Alzeimers." -Carol

 

And the winner of the October Reading Challenge is.. 

Connie Wall!

 

 

Congrats Connie!

 

She read The Corpse Wore Tartan by Kaitlyn Dunnett

"A very entertaining tale of who done it , with plenty of twists and turns. I enjoyed it!"

 

Can there be such a thing as too many men in kilts? Normally Liss MacCrimmon, proprietor of Moosetookalook, Maine’s one and only Scottish Emporium, would say no. But that’s before one of them turns out to be murderous…

The bagpipes are blaring at Moosetookalook’s finest hotel, reopened just in time to host an annual celebration of Scotland’s most beloved poet. But when the Scottish Heritage Appreciation Society arrives on the scene, they bring more than a hunger for haggis and a passion for plaid. The quarrelsome group harbors their share of long held grudges, and the animosity only grows as the whiskey flows. Then a fierce blizzard hits, trapping everyone—angry Scotsmen, hapless hotel staff, and Liss herself—indoors.

It isn’t long before a body is discovered face down in a storage room, covered in tartan—and blood. Now Liss will have to work fast to solve this crime before another body goes as cold as the snowstorm keeping her cooped up with a killer. 

 

 

 

 

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