To reduce the impact of a COVID-19 outbreak, the library is taking temporary steps to protect the health of our customers, employees and the public by restricting library access to employees only beginning Saturday, March 21, 2020 until further notice. The staff will continue to work at the library during regular working hours and will be available by phone for checking out material, copies & faxes, research, and what ever other services we can offer you which will not require you to have to come into the building. So that you can search for titles of all the books and DVD’s that are in our library collection, we encourage you to use our online catalog….read here for instructions.
This month Hella reviews the book The Glittering Hour by Iona Grey
The Glittering Hour by Iona Grey was a very fascinating novel and kept my interest way into the night. It is written in alternating chapters set in London and at an estate known as Blackwood Park, outside of London between 1926 and 1936.
In 1926 the reader meets Selina Lennox. Selina is still grieving the loss of her beloved brother who died during WWI. She intends to live life to the fullest so her and her friends, all who come from upper-class families, form a group called the “Bright Young People”. . . .Read the full review
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