William Ritter
Wednesday, Apr 5, 2017

Abigail Rook has just arrived in New Fiddleham in 1892 and she needs a job. She soon meets R.F. Jackaby, an investigator of the unexplained. She has a gift for noticing important details which makes her perfect for the position as his assistant. They quickly find themselves in the midst of a thrilling new case, a serial killer is on the loose. The police are sure it is an ordinary villain, but Jackaby is convinced it is a nonhuman creature that the police deny even exists.


Steven Universe (DVD)

Rebecca Sugar
Rated by
Rachel C.
Wednesday, Aug 19, 2015

Steven Universe is everything I never knew I wanted in a show.

Guilty Pleasures

Guilty Pleasures

Laurell K. Hamilton
Rated by
Nancy B.
Monday, Apr 6, 2015

Vampires in Saint Louis? Yes, and they need help. Guilty Pleasures is the first of the Laurell K. Hamilton’s wildly popular Vampire Hunter stories. Anita Blake is a necromancer, with an affinity for the dead in all their guises, but that doesn’t mean she wants to work for them. When the Master Vampire of Saint Louis sends sexy Jean Paul to procure Anita’s help her main response is, “I don’t date vampires. I kill them.”

Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion

Rated by
Melody M.K.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Warm Bodies is a beautiful contemporary romance such as we have seen in Romeo and Juliet. Everything is against them but in the end love conquers all, only better than it did for Romeo and Juliet.

Saturday, Nov 19, 2011

Chip Linton’s life and the lives of his wife and twin daughters changed forever when – through no fault of his own - the plane he was piloting crashed into Lake Champlain. Thirty-nine on board lost their lives. The Linton’s relocated to a rambling Victorian house in northern New Hampshire. Chip, suffering from depression and PTSD, retired from working and spent his days fixing up the family home. He finds a door in the basement fastened shut with thirty-nine bolts

The Radleys by Matt Haig

Rated by
Helen H.
Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Forget Princess Mia of Genovia. Forget Harry Potter. The Radleys are about to be outed. And by their own daughter no less.

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2011

Despite being the only wizard in the phone book, Harry Dresden still hurts for business. The occasional consult for Karrin Murphy of Chicago Special Investigations doesn’t quite pay the bills. So when Harry gets a missing husband call he takes the job, even though it’s not his specialty. Simultaneously, Karrin calls him in to look at two bodies that have fallen victim to black magic which even Harry doesn’t understand.