All month the librarians at Bellingham Public Library share with each other what they are reading, watching, and enjoying. Here’s our staff pick round-up for July.
She Left me the Gun by Emma Brockes
After her mother’s death, a daughter researches the secrets from her mom’s childhood.
Dark Places by Gillian Flynn
A dark story that follows a young woman after her mother and siblings are murdered.
Winger by A Smith
A teen rugby player at a boarding school in Oregon must grapple with some frightening dorm-mates. – Jennifer
Blonde Bombshell by Tom Holt
A funny and clever science fiction novel. – Deborah
Misfortune by Wesley Stace
A wealthy young man finds an abandoned baby in a rubbish heap. He believes his long dead sister has been replaced only to discover years later that the child is actually a boy. – Judy
Rainbow Troops by Andrea Hirata
Biographical novel about a class of misfits in the poorest village school on Belitong, an island in Indonesia. – Diane