The library’s newest offerings include especially thought-provoking books. Master Slave Husband Wife by Ilyon Woo tells the true, spine-tingling story of the attempt of slaves who are husband and wife to escape from the South. Unraveling by Peggy Orenstein describes the pandemic-inspired story of her attempt to make a wool sweater starting by shearing a sheep. Mr. Breakfast by Jonathan Carroll is a tale that imagines how knowing what your future would be influences what life choices you make. The novel, Moonrise over Jessup by Jennifer Minnicks, describes the costs of fighting for civil rights in personal terms in the story of a young black woman. The mysteries include Exiles by Jane Harper featuring the investigation of one cold case that leads to another in a small Australian town and A Counterfeit Suitor by Darcie Wilde, a cleverly plotted Regency era mystery. Stop in on Sunday mornings or on weekdays when the building is open to check out these titles and many more.