Atwood is hot right now. The robber bride is Zenia, who is seemingly back from the dead. Roz, Charis, and Tony cemented their friendship in the shared experience of the havoc and destruction left in Zenia's wake. Atwood's wit is at its finest.
This is a great read with a cup of coffee and your favorite baked goody. Olivia Rawlings is a big city pastry chef who gets a change of scenery when she moves to rural Vermont. This book is full of country atmosphere and characters.
Fun Middle Reader, grades 4-6, 1st in a series
Funny adventure about a group of middle school students spending the night in the library, solving puzzles, and competing to win the contest created by gamemaker Mr. Lemoncello.
Great regional gift for your favorite cook or traveler!
A wonderful collection of recipes, many using local ingredients, along with beautiful pictures and Lake Michigan "foodie" travel ideas.
If you loved The Westing Game as a child, this is the book for you. It is more contemporary, but just as fun with twists and turns.
Part unsolved mystery, party generation family novel, part ghost story...Viv leaves Illinois with dreams of acting in NYC. She ends up working the night shift at the Sundown Motel. She's a true crime buff trying to solve the mysterious murders of local women. Thirty-five years later, Carly comes searching for her missing Aunt Viv.
I've always wondered what it would be like to live year round in Door County. Riordan offers a glimpse into what happens off-season on Washington Island. Fiona Campbell buys a home in need of TLC and meets her neighbors. She learns small time life isn't quite what she imagined.
Noir set in 1970's Mexico City. Two romantics search for the same missing person. Maite, who is bored with her work as a legal secretary, loses herself in romantic stories. Elvis, who names himself because of his love of music, is in a gang that attacks student resistance protests. Their separate searches bring them closer together and closer to danger.