February Adult Picks

White Plague White Plague
by James Abel

I really enjoyed this book! It was a well written, fast paced, and action packed thriller. I could almost hear and feel the ice moving around me while the rescuers attempted to get to the stranded crew of the Montana.

The Job The Job
by Janet Evanovich & Lee Goldberg

Charming con man Nicolas Fox and dedicated FBI agent Kate O’Hare secretly take down world’s most-wanted and untouchable felons, next job Violante, the brutal leader of a global drug-smuggling empire.

The Girl on the Train The Girl on the Train
by Paula Hawkins

Rachel rides the train every morning and evening, pretending to go to a job she no longer has. She passes the house she and her ex lived in, where he now lives with his new wife Anna and their baby. Several houses down lives another couple that she fantasizes live the perfect life. The story is told by Rachel, Anna and Megan and nothing is what it appears to be.

Hope to Die Alex Cross Hope to Die
by James Patterson

Detective Alex Cross is being stalked by a psychotic genius, forced to play the deadliest game of his career. Cross’s family – his loving wife Bree, the wise and lively Nana Mama, and his precious children–have been ripped away. Terrified and desperate, Cross must give this mad man what he wants if he has any chance of saving the most important people in his life.

Leaving Time Leaving Time
by Jodi Picoult

Picoult’s novel about a young girl searching for her missing mother is filled with great characters and good suspense.

The Rosie Effect The Rosie Effect
by Graeme Simsion

“The Rosie Effect” is a MUST read! For all his seriousness, Don Tillman is an absolute riot. The depth of his character and the way the author brings Don to life for the reader is outstanding. I love a book that makes me laugh out loud! Of course, it also brought me close to tears, and drove me crazy with frustration at some of the characters’ shenanigans. I sincerely hope to see more from Graeme Simsion soon–I can’t wait to see how Don and Rosie fare on the next “project”.

A Spool of Blue Thread A Spool of Blue Thread
by Anne Tyler

This is a story of three generations living in Baltimore. The house they live in is one of the main characters. Junior Whitshank built the house, where most of the story takes place, for a wealthy family. When they moved out he bought it and he and his wife Linnie raised their family there. The book starts with Red (Junior’s son) and Abby in their final years with their children trying to decide how to help them.

Saint Odd Saint Odd
by Dean Koontz

The future is haunting Odd Thomas. The carnival has returned to Pico Mundo, the same one that came to town when Odd was just sixteen. Odd is drawn to an arcade tent where he discovers Gypsy Mummy, the fortune-telling machine that told him that he and Stormy Llewellyn were destined to be together forever.

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