January Adult Picks

We have some more Adult Fiction and Nonfiction picks for you:

The Boston Girl The Boston Girl
by Anita Diamant

F DIA

This book is narrated by Addie Baum, an 85 year old woman who is telling her life story to her granddaughter after being asked “How did you get to be the woman you are today?” It starts in 1915 and ends in 1985 and is a simple story of courage, hardship, love….life. I wish I had asked my grandmothers that question.
-Debbie

Mistletoe Promise Mistletoe Promise
by Richard Paul Evans

F EVA

Elise Dutton dreads the arrival of another holiday season. Three years earlier, her husband cheated on her with her best friend, resulting in a bitter divorce that left her alone, broken, and distrustful. Then, one November day, a stranger approaches Elise in the mall food court. Though she recognizes the man from her building, Elise has never formally met him. Tired of spending the holidays alone, the man offers her a proposition. For the next eight weeks—until the evening of December 24—he suggests that they pretend to be a couple.
-Crystal

Still Life With Bread Crumbs Still Life With Bread Crumbs
by Anna Quindlen

F QUI

Rebecca, 60 and divorced, was once a successful photographer whose work provided a very comfortable lifestyle. Expenses rise and income dwindles. In order to save money, she moves from her luxury NYC apartment into a “cottage” in the country. Read this in one sitting and really enjoyed all the characters. Descriptions of the cottage and the country surrounding it made me feel like I could actually see it.
-Debbie

Landline Landline
by Rainbow Rowell

F ROW

Georgie McCool knows her marriage is in trouble; it has been in trouble for a long time. She still loves her husband, Neal, and Neal still loves her, deeply — but that almost seems beside the point now. Maybe that was always beside the point. Two days before they’re supposed to visit Neal’s family in Omaha for Christmas, Georgie tells Neal that she can’t go.
-Crystal

A Fine Summer’s Day A Fine Summer’s Day
by Charles Todd

F TOD

Fans of Todd’s Ian Rutledge character won’t want to miss this pre-World War I story of his last case before joining the fight in France. A series of murders throughout England are suspiciously similar, and the inspector is caught up in an effort to rule them as suicide. As Britain readies for war, Ian struggles to see that justice is done while keeping his sister and fiancé safe from the murderer. Well-written, with an interesting plot set against a historical background, Todd has crafted an excellent mystery appropriate for the anniversary of the start of World War I.
-Robin

Clean Eats Clean Eats
by Alejandro Junger

641.563 JUN

Discover what hundreds of thousands of people worldwide have experienced—the incredible life-enhancing benefits of the Clean program. New York Times bestselling author of Clean and Clean Gut and leader in the filed of integrative medicine Dr. Alejandro Junger makes living clean easier than ever before. Clean Eats has everything you need to enjoy delicious, nutritious, life-enhancing food every day.
-Crystal

Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant? Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?
by Roz Chast

741.569 CHA

Roz Chast’s graphic memoir of caring for her elderly parents and coping with their personality quirks is dark, humorous, and heartbreaking.
-Mike

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