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Upcoming July Reads

Are you as excited for new summer reads as we are? Here is a preview of what titles you can look forward to hitting our Library’s shelves this July. Please note, descriptions are taken from the publisher. 

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Obsessed by James Paterson | July 10th 

A killer is targeting young women in New York City and is obsessed with Michael Bennett’s daughter.

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Must Love Flowers by Debbie Macomber | July 11th 

Two women at different stages of life find themselves on a journey of renewal after undergoing hardships in this uplifting novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber.

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An Evil Heart by Linda Castillo | July 11th 

Chief of Police Kate Burkholder investigates the brutal death of a young Amish man in An Evil Heart, the latest installment of the bestselling series by Linda Castillo.

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Summer Skies by Jenny Colgan | July 11th 

New York Times bestselling author Jenny Colgan takes us to the gloriously windswept islands of northern Scotland, where we meet young Morag McGinty, who runs the puddle-jumper flights that serve the islands’ tiny but proudly feisty population.

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Crook Manifesto by Colson Whitehead | July 18th

The two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and bestselling author of Harlem Shuffle continues his Harlem saga in a powerful and hugely-entertaining novel that summons 1970s New York in all its seedy glory. 

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Prom Mom by Laura Lipman | July 25th 

New York Times bestseller Laura Lippman tells the story of Amber Glass, desperately trying to get away from her tabloid past but compulsively drawn back to the city of her youth and the prom date who destroyed everything she was reaching for.  

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Pink Lemonade Cake Murder by Joanne Fluke | July 25th 

Fans of deliciously charming, page-turning whodunits rejoice! Beloved New York Times bestselling author and Queen of the Culinary Mystery Joanne Fluke delivers the twenty-eighth mouthwatering Hannah Swensen Mystery!

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Somebody’s Fool by Richard Russo | July 25th 

The Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Empire Falls returns to North Bath, in upstate New York, and to the characters that captured the hearts and imaginations of millions of readers in his beloved best sellers Nobody’s Fool and Everybody’s Fool.

Which of these titles are you looking forward to reading the most? 

-Jessica, Head of Adult Services & Acquisitions 

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