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Jun 16

E-Book Notes 6/15/2020

Posted on June 16, 2020 at 2:31 PM by Genesis Gaule

Open books and the words book notes

6/15/2020


These are all e-books. Click on the book title to view the book in our Overdrive catalog. If you need help accessing them, email or call us and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

The vanishing half

After growing up in a small, southern black community and running away at sixteen, the Vignes twins’ lives are completely different as adults. One living with her daughter in the same town she tried to escape and one passing as white, this story spans from the 1950s to 1990s.

The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell

The family upstairs

Twenty-five years ago, police were called with reports of a baby crying. When they arrive to the address, they find a baby cooing in her crib, three dead bodies downstairs, and the four other children reported to live in the house gone. And twenty-five year old Libby finally finds out who she is with no idea of what awaits her.

The End of October by Lawrence Wright

The end of october

In this electrifying thriller, forty-seven people are pronounced dead in Indonesia with acute hemorrhagic fever. When Henry Parsons travels there to investigate, what he finds will soon have staggering repercussions across the globe: an infected man is on his way to join the millions of worshippers in the annual Hajj to Mecca.

The Knockout Queen by Rufi Thorpe

The knockout queen

Bunny Lampert is the princess of the North Shore who has it all—whose life isn’t as perfect as it seems. Michael lives with his aunt next door to Bunny—who pretends to be straight and is trying to understand himself. These two unlikely people, both aching for a connection, will collide.

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