Claire’s Top 5 Picks
‘The Mortal Instruments’ – Six-book series by Cassandra Clare
‘The Network’ by L.C. Shaw
‘Someone is Lying’ by Jenny Blackhurst
‘The Rhythm Section’ by Mark Burnell
‘The Last Trial’ by Scott Turow.
‘The Mortal Instruments’ – City of Bones: Ashes, Glass, Fallen Angels and City of Lost Souls. This is not a genre I normally read but I thoroughly enjoyed it, maybe I was getting tired of mysteries etc. but this fantasy series was excellent – full of angels, demons werewolves and vampires. And great characters such as Jace, Clary, Simon, Lizzy, Valentine and Sebastion. A great read – kept me reading well into the night.
‘The Network’ – A shadowy group is manipulating society and they’ve only just begun. Taking readers on a thrill ride from the back halls of Congress to the high-rise offices of Madison Avenue and a remote Greek Island, this pulse-pounding novel asks the question: who is really in charge?
‘Someone Is Lying’ – It’s been a year since Erica dies in a tragic accident at a party, and the community where she lived has moved on with their lives. But someone thinks it wasn’t an accident. Someone thinks it was murder.
‘The Rhythm Section’ – An innocent woman goes deep undercover to hunt down those responsible for her family’s death in this action packed thriller. But as her missions become more brutal, and the stakes continue to climb, she begins to question whether revenge will be worth the price she has to pay. And, if it isn’t, will those who created her ever let her go. Soon to be a motion picture.
‘The Last Trial’ – Two formidable men collide: a celebrated criminal defense lawyer at the end of his career and his lifelong friend, a renowned doctor accused of murder. A legal thriller that unfolds in page turning suspense and questions how we measure a life. A good read.
We are now open on Tuesdays and Thursdays 11 am to 4 pm. It is still considered curbside service but the front doors of the building are open and you can come in and the books you have ordered will be in a white bag on top of the return box with your name on the bag. For return books please bring them back in the white bag you had if possible and during the librarys open hours there will be a tote for you to put them in, otherwise if you come in when library is not open than just drop them in the return box. Please continue to phone 705-377-5334 if you would like to order up to five books or CDs or DVDs or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com .
Providence Bay library remains closed at this time.
Those who have library books for Mindemoya or Providence Bay libraries please return them to the Mindemoya as soon as possible. The municipal building is open Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm for you to just drop books in return box. There will be no fines charged during this pandemic.
Thank you for your patience and hopefully we will soon be open for patrons to use their library to the fullest.
Stay safe, stay cool and be kind,