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Upcoming April Reads

Are you as excited for the new books making their ways to our Library’s shelves this spring as we are? Here’s a sneak peek of what you can look forward to reading this April. Note: descriptions are taken from the publisher. 

The Soulmate by Sally Hepworth | April 4th 

Get ready for a thrilling, addictive novel about marriage, betrayal, and the secrets that push us to the edge in Sally Hepworth’s The Soulmate.

Romantic Comedy by Curtis Sittenfeld | April 4th 

A comedy writer thinks she’s sworn off love, until a dreamy pop star flips the script on all her assumptions—a hilarious, observant, and deeply tender novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Eligible, Rodham, and Prep.

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The Trackers by Charles Fraizer | April 11th 

From the New York Times bestselling author of Cold Mountain and Varina, a stunning new novel that paints a vivid portrait of life in the Great Depression.

The Seaside Library by Brenda Novak | April 11th

There are secrets that bring friends together, and others that drive them apart…

Standing in the Shadows by Peter Robinson | April 11th

The 28th twisting installment in the DCI Alan Banks mystery series that Stephen King calls “the best now on the market.”  

On the Origin of Time by Thomas Hertog | April 11th

Stephen Hawking’s closest collaborator offers the intellectual superstar’s final thoughts on the cosmos—a dramatic revision of the theory he put forward in A Brief History of Time.

Happy Place by Emily Henry | April 25th 

A couple who broke up months ago pretend to still be together for their annual weeklong vacation with their best friends in this glittering and wise new novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Emily Henry.

The Last Word by Taylor Adams | April 25th 

After posting a negative book review, a woman living in a remote location begins to wonder if the author is a little touchy—or very, very dangerous—in this pulse-pounding novel of psychological suspense and terror from the critically acclaimed author of No Exit and Hairpin Bridge.

-Jessica, Head of Adult Services & Acquisitions 

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