Looking for something new to read? See what some of your librarians are reading! These picks are just a few recent reads from our librarians that they enjoyed enough to share. Browse through & see if any pique your interest! 

From #1 NYT bestselling author Jennifer L. Armentrout comes book 3 in her beloved Flesh and Fire series. The only thing that can save the realms now is the one thing more powerful than the Fates. After a startling betrayal ends with both Sera and the ruler of the Shadowlands being held captive by the false King of Gods, there is only one thing that can free Nyktos and prevent the forces of the Shadowlands from invading Dalos and igniting a War of Primals.

A murder mystery locked inside a Great American novel about small town secrets and the people who keep them. An instant New York Times bestseller, James McBride shows us that even in dark times – it is love and communityheaven and earththat sustain us. 

Vampires of El Norte by Isabel Canas

Vampires, vaqueros, and star-crossed lovers face off on the Texas-Mexico border in this supernatural western from the author of The Hacienda.

Many Indigenous people believe that one should never whistle at night. This belief takes many forms: for instance, Native Hawaiians believe it summons the Hukai’po, the spirits of ancient warriors, and Native Mexicans say it is called Lechuza, a witch that can transform into an owl. But what all these legends hold in common is the certainty that whistling at night can cause evil spirits to appear—and even follow you home.

Moon of the Crusted Snow by Waubgeshig Rice

In this post-apocalyptic novel by Waubgeshig Rice set in a rural Anishinaabe community in northern Canada, it follows a group of community members after they are cut off from the rest of the world amidst a societal collapse.

In this spellbinding debut novel, two estranged half-sisters tasked with guarding their family’s library of magical books must work together to unravel a deadly secret at the heart of their collectiona tale of familial loyalty, betrayal and the pursuit of magic and power. 

Everyone expected Violet to die her first year at Basgiath War College – Violet included. But Threshing was only the first impossible test meant to weed out the weak-willed, the unworthy, and the unlucky. Now the real training begins, and Violet is already wondering how she’ll get through. It’s not just the grueling and maliciously brutal trainingit’s the new vice commandant who has made it his personal mission to teach Violet exactly how powerless she isunless she betrays the man she loves. 

Although Violet’s body might be weaker and frailer than everyone else’s, she still has her wits and a will of iron. And leadership is forgetting the most important lesson that Basgiath has taught herdragon riders make their own rules.

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