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Everyone on this Train is a Suspect

Sarah recommends this book because: it’s an excellent mystery that’s full of fun and even better than the first book in the series! For fans of Richard Osman and Anthony Horowitz, a fiendishly fun locked room murder mystery from the author of the indie darling Everyone in My Family Has Killed Someone –this time set on…

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Break

Break

Sandy recommends this book because: it’s a heart-warming and emotional story about how FOMO affects the way we see the world and how it’s never too late for a second chance. Kayla Miller, the New York Times bestselling author-illustrator of Click, Camp, Act, Clash, and Crunch and co-author of Besties returns with a new Olive story!…

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Anna O

Anna O

Sarah recommends this book because: it’s a compelling dark and twisty tale of a young woman who commits murder with her eyes wide open and her brain still asleep. What if your nightmares weren’t really nightmares at all? We spend an average of thirty-three years of our lives asleep. But what really happens, and what are…

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The Mystery Guest

the mystery guest

Midland Readers recommend this book because: they found it tense and sweet with all their favourite characters coming back. It’s just as solid as the first book. When an acclaimed author dies at the Regency Grand Hotel, it’s up to a fastidious maid to uncover the truth—no matter how dirty—in this standalone novel from the #1…

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How Canada Works: Peter Mansbridge

How Canada Works: Peter Mansbridge

Midland Readers recommend this book because: the found it compelling and fascinating to meet the people of Canada through these intimate stories. From #1 bestselling authors Peter Mansbridge and Mark Bulgutch comes a new book of first-person stories about the unique people and professions that make Canada work. In this latest collection of personal stories, Peter…

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Dam Busters

Dam Busters

Sandy recommends this book because: it’s an incredible story that isn’t really known. How often do we talk about dams? But these fighters were crucial to harrying the German forces during the war and their story is fascinating. It was a night that changed the Second World War. The secret air raid against the hydroelectric dams…

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