|Strictly Murder by Lynda Wilcox|
|A Family Affair (Truth in Lies) by Mary Campisi|
If you're new to our book club and would like to get caught up, check out June, July, August, and September.
|Cut, Crop & Die (A Kiki Lowenstein Scrap and Craft Mystery)by Joanna Campbell Slan|
|Downtime by Tamara Allen|
|One Coffee With (Sigrid Harald) by Margaret Maron|
Instead of filling your home with books after you've read them, visit your local library. Let the library store all those books (and dust them). Most likely they will even have the same book if you ever want to go back and read it again. Another nice thing about libraries today is that if that particular branch doesn't have your book, they are able to borrow from another library within the county and often within several counties.
One more time and money saver, is to set up an account online with your local library. That way you can reserve or check out your books without leaving home. The library will pull the books and usually send you an email or call you (depending on their program) when the books are ready for pick up.
What is your favorite feature of your local library?
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