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Staff Author Picks

Judith’s Pick

Robert R. McCammon (McCammon is)...very immersive and engaging. Every character feels real and you can’t help but get swept up into the riveting plot. - Judith

Judith’s Pick

Kevin J. Anderson Something for everyone. Even though he works primarily in Science Fiction and Fantasy, his style ranges from humorous horror to graphic novels to spin-off novels of popular sagas like Star Wars, Dune and The X Files. --Judith

Cathy’s Pick

Tamora Pierce Tamora Pierce has built an entire new world with the main country being Tortall, but some of her books take you to other countries, where lifestyle and politics are different. Her books have strong female leads faced with choices and given powers that they must master to help…

Rose’s Pick

John Steinbeck This description from the publisher says it all:  ‘First published in 1939, Steinbeck’s Pulitzer Prize-winning epic of the Great Depression chronicles the Dust Bowl migration of the 1930s and tells the story of one Oklahoma farm family, the Joads—driven from their homestead and forced to travel west to…

Cathy’s Pick

Juliet Marillier Juliet sets her worlds in the past when magic was still a cornerstone of religion and life. Her books follow a Family and a few friends as they fight for leadership, peace, and the continuation of magic. Magic comes from the earth and sometimes the Gods. The fey…

Salai’s Pick

Jacqueline Winspear Winspear’s writing… is some of the most thought-provoking, introspective fiction I have read. I have cried at several sections of her books. Winspear is absolutely one of the very best authors at making me FEEL as the characters FEEL. I feel as if any words I might use…

Patty’s Pick

John Grisham His books are very captivating from page one to the last page. Reading his books makes how the law works intriguing. - Patty
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