FLASH FICTION The cuckoo's calling / Robert Galbraith

 The cuckoo's calling / Robert Galbraith The cuckoo's calling / Robert Galbraith
We all know J.K. Rowling as the author of the famous Harry Potter series.  If you haven’t sampled the mysteries she writes under the name Robert Galbraith, you're in for a treat.  When you finish Cuckoo’s Calling, the first PI Cormoran Strike mystery, you’ll want to put a hold on the second volume.  Silkworm will be published at the end of June.

WHAT'S NEW WEDNESDAY! China Dolls / Lisa See

China dolls / Lisa See China Dolls / Lisa See
In the late 1930’s Grace, Helen, and Ruby meet in San Francisco’s Chinatown while auditioning for spots as entertainers at the glamorous Forbidden City nightclub.  Lisa See fans have been waiting for this one for 3 years and they won’t be disappointed by this story of these three friends.  What is you favorite Lisa See novel?

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Glenside Favorites on Goodreads

Against the Wind
Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon's Journey into the Afterlife
Mr. Mercedes
Dark Chocolate Demise
A Pleasure and a Calling
For Real
Your Next Breath
ニセコイ [Fake Love] 8

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FLASH FICTION Ordinary grace / William Kent Krueger

Ordinary grace

Ordinary grace / William Kent Krueger

Looking for a great mystery?  The Mystery Writers of America say Ordinary Grace is the best mystery of year.  Teenager Frank Drum is expecting a very normal summer when an unexpected tragedy strikes throws him into an adult world he doesn't quite understand.  Dennis Lehane's fans will love this one.


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