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Boonslick Regional Library popular books for March 2


Boonslick Regional Library


“In a Not So Perfect World,” by Neely Tubati Alexander.

“Murder in the Tea Leaves,” by Laura Childs.

“Finlay Donovan Rolls the Dice,” by Elle Cosimano.

“Has Anyone Seen Charlotte Salter?” by Nicci French.

“Finding Margaret Fuller,” by Allison Pataki.

“The #1 Lawyer,” by James Patterson & Nancy Allen.

“After Annie,” by Anna Quindlen.

“Expiration Dates,” by Rebecca Serle.

“The Funeral Ladies of Ellerie County,” by Claire Swinarski.

“Diavola,” by Jennifer Thorne.


“Plentiful Country: The Great Potato Famine and the Making of Irish New York,” by Tyler Anbinder.

“The Blues Brothers: An Epic Friendship, the Rise of Improv, and the Making of an American Film Classic,” by Daniel De Vise.

“The Autoimmune Cure: Healing the Trauma and Other Triggers That Have Turned Your Body Against You,” by Sara Szal Gottfried.

“Elevate and Dominate: 21 Ways to Win on and Off the Field,” by Deion Sanders.

“Means of Control: How the Hidden Alliance of Tech and Government is Creating a New American Surveillance State,” by Byron Tau.