Meet up with one of the library’s book clubs and talk about a good book! Click on the links or go to the catalog to place holds on any of the titles. As always, you can find more info on our book club webpage. Subscribe to monthly email newsletters about your favorite genres and topics through Nextreads.
Follow former police detective turned Harvard philosophy professor Homer Kelly as he solves crimes with friends (and sometimes his wife, Mary). Not quite cozies, Jane Langton writes literary-type mysteries.
In late 18th-century England, two very different women—Ruth, who fights bare knuckles in the prize rings of Bristol, and Charlotte, a wealthy aristocrat desperate to escape her manipulative brother—have a life-changing encounter that helps them to discover the power of their own strength.
A chronicle of the two-and-a-half year journey of Lewis and Clark covers their incredible hardships, first encounters with Native Americans, the contributions of Sacajawea, and Lewis’ post-journey depression.
Read More Book Club at Prison City
The book club meets at Prison City Pub and Brewery at 28 State St. in Auburn.
A wry study of the cult and culture of the obituary assesses what our fascination with these unique human-interest stories reveals about our feelings about death, offering a survey of the obituary, in all its diversity.
ON AIR NOW9:00 PM - 10:00 PMThe Alan Nathan ShowTired of the usual liberal/conservative treatment that strangles most media debates? Fed up with positions ignored unless they meet their pigeon-holed agenda? Then tune in to Alan Nathan, the centrist with teeth, as he advances a more biting aggressiveness to both sides of the political spectrum.
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
The new "Finger Lakes" walk of fame in Geneva honors 19 people, 14 of whom have ties primarily to Rochester, which is not in the Finger Lakes. Which of these real Finger Lakes people do you think is most deserving?