The April list of librarian favorites includes historical fiction, new suspense, creepy thrillers, and a pick from one of Chandler’s own librarians. Find out more about each selection - and place holds - by clicking the title to visit our catalog, and see the LibraryReads website to read brief reviews submitted by librarians from across the country.
- The Girl He Used to Know by Tracey Garvis Graves
A college couple reunites after ten years.
- Save Me the Plums: My Gourmet Memoir by Ruth Reichl
Reichl’s writing is as luscious as the food she critiques.
- Women Talking by Miriam Toews
Taking on sexual assault in a modern-day Mennonite community.
- Lost Roses by Martha Hall Kelly
Four compelling female characters during World War I.
- Miracle Creek by Angie Kim
A murder trial rocks a small town and witnesses try to conceal their darkest secrets.
- Normal People by Sally Rooney
The complicated relationship between a popular girl and a loner. Picked by Chandler Public Library’s own librarian Anbolyn.
- Southern Lady Code by Helen Ellis
A funny, spot-on collection of essays.
- The Mother-In-Law by Sally Hepworth
A sudden death leads a wife to reexamine everything she knows about her husband’s family.
- The Invited by Jennifer McMahon
A rural Vermont dream home is visited by ghosts.
- Little Darlings by Melanie Golding
Modern myth meets psychological suspense when a new mother faces the unthinkable.
Which one will you read first? If you need help placing a hold with your Chandler Public Library card, give us a call at 480-782-2800.