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Jul 26

BoW: Blackout

Posted to Statewide Online Services News on July 26, 2017 at 1:21 PM by Lianne Flax

by Marc Elsberg

Find it on: Freading ebooks (no holds, unlimited copies)
Genre: Fiction->Thriller

At first, no one panics when the lights go out. Power outages happen. The blackout begins to spread across Europe and it becomes obvious that the situation is serious. Former hacker Pietro thinks he knows the cause. The authorities don't believe him, but as more electrical grids fail he becomes their prime suspect.

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Jun 28

BoW: The Darling Songbirds

Posted to Statewide Online Services News on June 28, 2017 at 8:36 AM by Lianne Flax

    The Darling Songbirds
    Rachael Herron 

    Enki Library eBook

    This book has unlimited copies, so there is no waiting. Learn to use Enki here, if you do not want to install another app/software, Enki has a read-online option.

Darling Bay is the former gold-rush town that Adele's great-grandfather built a saloon in. She left years ago, but with a change in circumstances she's right back where she started. These days the saloon looks more like the set in a western ghost-town than a working business. Add the complication of Nate Houston - the bartender who thought he'd be the next owner - and coming home isn't as much of an escape as Adele thought.

Jun 20

BoW: How to Build a Fire

Posted to Statewide Online Services News on June 20, 2017 at 12:02 PM by Lianne Flax

buildafire     How to Build a Fire
    by Erin Bried

    Format: Cloud Library ebook

A belated Father's Day post. Advice from grandfathers on those practical skills that adult should know, like changing tires and catching fish - with humor and illustrations. For the grandmother companion book, see How to Sew a Button.

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