We have just added some brand new titles to cloudLibrary – as well as popular older titles. CloudLibrary allows you to read ebooks or listen to audio books on your own device — Android or Apple phones or tablets. Here is the link to information on our website, if you are new to cloudLibrary.
Once you have installed the app, follow the prompts to choose your country, state, and library, and then enter your library bar code number. After your library card has been authenticated, you are ready to search and borrow!
Corrections in Ink: A Memoir by Keri Blakinger (June 2022)
An memoir discusses a woman’s journey–from the ice rink to addiction and a prison sentence to the newsroom–and how she emerged with a fierce determination to expose the broken system she experienced.
Counterfeit by Kirstin Chen (June 2022)
Ava Wong, a strait-laced Chinese American lawyer, and Winnie Fang, her former college roommate from mainland China, who dropped out under mysterious circumstances, join forces in an ingenious counterfeit operation selling replica luxury handbags.
Mean Baby by Selma Blair (May 2022)
Actor Selma Blair lays bare her addiction to alcohol, her devotion to her brilliant and complicated mother, and the moments she flirted with death. There is brutal violence, passionate love, true friendship, the gift of motherhood, and, finally, the surprising salvation of a multiple sclerosis diagnosis.
Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders (2017)
Traces a night of solitary mourning and reflection as experienced by the sixteenth president after the death of his eleven-year-old son at the dawn of the Civil War.
My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithewaite (2018)
Realizing that her beautiful, beloved younger sister has murdered yet another boyfriend, an embittered Nigerian woman works to direct suspicion away from the family, until a handsome doctor she fancies asks for her sister’s number.
Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia (2020)
A reimagining of the classic gothic suspense novel follows the experiences of a courageous socialite in 1950s Mexico who is drawn into the treacherous secrets of an isolated mansion.
Daring Greatly: How the Courage to be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent and Lead by Brene Brown (2015)
Based on twelve years of research, thought leader Dr. Brené Brown argues that vulnerability is not weakness, but rather our clearest path to courage, engagement, and meaningful connection.
So Happy For You by Celia Laskey (June 2022)
Robin and Ellie have been best friends since childhood. When Robin came out, Ellie was there for her. When Ellie’s father died, Robin had her back. But when Ellie asks Robin to be her maid of honor, she is reluctant. A queer academic, Robin is dubious of the elaborate wedding rituals. But loyalty wins out, and Robin accepts. Yet, as the wedding weekend approaches, a series of ominous occurrences lead Robin to second-guess her decision. It seems that everyone in the bridal party is out to get her. Perhaps even Ellie herself.
The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor – the Truth and the Turmoil by Tina Brown (Apr 2022)
Picking up where Brown’s The Diana Chronicles left off, The Palace Papers reveals how the royal family reinvented itself after the traumatic years when Diana’s blazing celebrity ripped through the House of Windsor like a comet. Brown takes readers on a tour de force journey through the scandals, love affairs, power plays, and betrayals that have buffeted the monarchy over the last twenty-five years.
Book Lovers by Emily Henry (May 2022)
Agreeing to a holiday escape to the country, literary agent Nora keeps running into a bookish, hardheaded, arrogant editor she knows from Manhattan, and wishes she didn’t, even as she discovers they have more in common than previously thought.
The Woman in the Library by Sulari Gentill (June 2022)
The beautifully ornate reading room at the Boston Public Library is completely silent one weekday morning, until a woman’s terrified scream echoes through the room. Security guards immediately appear and instruct everyone inside to stay put until they determine there is no threat. While they wait for the all-clear, four strangers who had been sitting in the reading room get to chatting and quickly become friendly. Harriet, Marigold, Whit, and Caine each have their own reasons for being in the reading room that morning – and it just happens that one of them may turn out to be a murderer.
Dictionary of Lost Words by Pip Williams (2021)
As a team of male scholars compiles the first Oxford English Dictionary, one of their daughters decides to collect the “objectionable” words they omit.
Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt (May 2022)
For fans of A Man Called Ove, a luminous debut novel about a widow’s unlikely friendship with a giant Pacific octopus reluctantly residing at the local aquarium-and the truths she finally uncovers about her son’s disappearance 30 years ago.
Under the Banner of Heaven: A Story of Violent Faith by Jon Krakauer (2003)
At the core of this book is an appalling double murder committed by two Mormon fundamentalist brothers, Ron and Dan Lafferty, who insist they received a revelation from God commanding them to kill their blameless victims. Beginning with a meticulously researched account of this “divinely inspired” crime, Krakauer constructs a multilayered, bone-chilling narrative of messianic delusion, savage violence, polygamy, and unyielding faith.
This Time Tomorrow by Emma Straub (May 2022)
When Alice wakes up on her 40th birthday somehow back in 1996 as her 16-year-old self, she finds the biggest surprise is the 49-year-old version of her father with whom she is reunited, and, armed with a new perspective on life, wonders what she would change given the chance.
Moscow Rules by Daniel Silva, Gabriel Allon novel #8 (2009)
Investigating the suspicious death of a journalist in Moscow, Gabriel Allon learns of the machinations of a former KGB colonel whose covert arms dealing business is part of a larger plot to challenge the global dominance of the United States.
The Hacienda by Isabel Canas (May 2022)
In the aftermath of the Mexican War of Independence and the execution of her father, Beatriz accepts Don Rodolfo Solorzano’s proposal of marriage and is whisked away to his remote country estate where she is faced with a malevolent presence linked to his first wife’s death.
Last Night in Montreal by Emily St. John Mandel (2009)
Lilia Albert’s father appeared on the doorstep of her mother’s house and took her away when she was a child. In present day, haunted by an inability to remember her early childhood, Lilia moves from city to city. Then she meets Eli. When Lilia goes out for a paper and doesn’t return to their apartment, he follows her to Montreal, and he discovers a deeper mystery.
The Rose Code by Kate Quinn (2021)
Joining the elite Bletchley Park codebreaking team during World War II, three women from very different walks of life uncover a spy’s dangerous agenda against a backdrop of the royal wedding of Elizabeth and Philip.
A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline (2017)
Tells the story of Christina Olson, who served as the host and inspiration for artist Andrew Wyeth, despite an incapacitating illness.
Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik (2018)
Deciding to collect on the outstanding debts owed her family of moneylenders, a young woman is overheard boasting about being able to turn silver into gold by the creatures who haunt the wood, in a reimagining of the Rumpelstiltskin story.
Normal People by Sally Rooney (2019)
The unconventional secret childhood bond between a popular boy and a lonely, intensely private girl is tested by character reversals in their first year at a Dublin college that render one introspective and the other social, but self-destructive.