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Flu Review - The Headmistress of Rosemere by Sarah E. Ladd

After many years waiting on a man to come for her, Patience has given up on the dream of relationship.  She now has duties to her mother and to the school.  By reputation, the Lord of the land, William Sterling is a cad.  When Patience finds him wounded on her…

Flu Review - The Lady and the Highwayman by Sarah Eden

 

There’s no other way to start this review except by saying, I absolutely LOVED this book! Historical romance, a bit of mystery/intrigue, and the addition of the penny dreadful novels that the characters were supposed to have written - genius!

Flu Review - Splinters of Scarlet by Emily Bain Murphy

If you're looking for an atmospheric read, Murphy once again delivers in Splinters of Scarlet. Just like her debut novel,

Flu Review - Aggie Morton Mystery Queen: Peril at Owl Park, by Marthe Jocelyn

This is the second book in a lovely new series by Marthe Jocelyn.  The first one being The Body Under the Piano.  While the first one introduces…

Missing eMagazines from RBdigital? Check out Overdrive/Libby!

Have you been missing eMagazines now that RBdigital has gone away? Check out the library's newest collection of eMagazines on Overdrive and Libby!

All of the audiobook and magazine content that was previously available on RBdigital is now available through the Overdrive and Libby apps! Simply download the free Libby or Overdrive app and log in with your library card number to access a plethora…

Flu Review - He Fell in Love with His Wife by Edward Roe

 

Are you looking for a quaint, old-fashioned, feel good read to distract yourself from the craziness of modern life? Then look no further than “He Fell in Love with His…

Flu Review - The Book Case by Dave Shelton

 

Daphne Blakeway is being shipped off to yet another boarding school; only this one is different than all the rest.   She is suspicious about it anyway because her invitation came out of…

Flu Review - Anxious People by Fredrik Backman

 

As Fredrik Backman says in the beginning, this is a book about idiots.…

Flu Review - Instant Karma

Did you read Marissa Meyer’s Lunar chronicles and fall in love? Have you been anxiously awaiting every.single.thing she writes? You’re not alone! For anyone familiar with Young Adult sci-fi and…

Flu Review - Rutherford Park by Elizabeth Cooke

The Cavendish family is the pillar of strength for the surrounding territory but every giant has weaknesses too.  Lady Cavendish is at a time in her life when she has more questions than answers. …

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