Library Corner for the week of April 25, 2022
Rick Mofina has a new thriller Her Last Goodbye. Questions of truth, justice and ultimately redemption keep the pages turning in this riveting book. The perfect wife and doting mother was loved by everyone. When her husband wakes to find her not in bed, he is forced to confront the lies that hold their marriage together and the dark past that refuses to stay buried.
John Lecroart has a twisty new novel The Missing Piece. Nobody mourned when San Francisco D.A. Wes Farrell put Paul Riley in prison eleven years ago for the rape and murder of his girlfriend. Nobody is particularly happy to see him again when he is released either.
Lisa Scottoline penned a tense and taut novel with What Happened to the Bennets. The Bennet family must navigate both urgent dangers and their own complicated past.
The Diamond Eye from Kate Quinn is a new page-turner set in World War II. It tells the story of a quiet bookworm who becomes history’s deadliest female sniper known as Lady Death.
Dogs Don’t Eat Soup is new by Jolene Olive and Illustrated by Josie Ta. In a world where soup is only for humans, fearless bulldog, Frankie, dares to question “why can’t I eat soup?”