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Tuesday, 23 August 2016
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Book: Let Me Die In His Footsteps by Lori Roy

Recommended by: Melanie

Two families, touched by an evil that has passed between generations in the Kentucky hills, led by superstition and ritual, finally come together to solve the mysteries that surround the incident that formed their hatred and shaped their lives. Spellbinding and suspenseful.

What a beautiful and lyrical novel. One of my favorites so far this year. Roy is so descriptive in her narrative that I could almost smell the dust and lavender. I see why this author has won awards for her writing and I definitely will be going back to read her earlier works.

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Posted By Logan Library at 4:45 PM
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Thursday, 28 July 2016
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Book: Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein

Recommended by: Sherrie

This nonstop gripper tells the story of two British women in the armed services during World War II. The characterizations are revealed slowly in bits and glimpses, while the reader, as well as the Gestapo, try to determine what is true and what is misdirection.

The ethical dilemmas faced by the main and secondary characters will keep you questioning and the ramifications are far reaching. Join pilot Maddie, and her best friend in the mind game that is Code Name Verity.

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Posted By Logan Library at 8:13 AM
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Tuesday, 5 July 2016
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Book: English Stained Glass by Painton Cowen

Recommended by: Joseph

An amazing book that surveys medieval glass from all around England. The full-color images are spectacular and really give you a sense of the different styles in creation and restoration across English counties and through the centuries. Also included at the beginning are helpful sections on how the glass was designed and made, how it is conserved, common motifs, and other scenes and symbols to look out for.

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Posted By Logan Library at 1:11 PM
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