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Beat the Waitlist Blues with These Popular eBooks Available Right Now

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The library may be closed for construction, but your librarians are still here with book recommendations for titles you can download at home right now! Click on the links below or use the Libby app to access copies of these popular eBooks and audiobooks.

Circe by Madeline Miller

Everyone is talking about the TikTok sensation Song of Achilles, but if you don’t feel like waiting five or more weeks for the eBook, the author’s popular 2018 follow-up, Circe, is available now. Like Song of Achilles, Circe reimagines a Greek myth, recasting the witch who turned Odysseus’ crew of men into pigs as a feminist hero torn between the worlds of mortals and gods.

False Witness by Karin Slaughter

Can’t get your hands on Karin Slaughter’s newest twisty thriller? The library has multiple copies of the author’s backlist hits you may have missed. In False Witness, a defense attorney is pulled into a cat-and-mouse game with a client accused of murder—a man with dark ties to her own past.  

Razorblade Tears by SA Cosby

In SA Cosby’s sophomore thriller, two grieving fathers—one Black, one white—set off on a revenge quest to find those responsible for the murders of their sons, who were married to each other. Razorblade Tears, an instant bestseller, deals with issues of class, race, and homophobia in ways that are both heartbreaking and hilarious.

A Lady For a Duke by Alexis Hall

There may be a long waitlist for Alexis Hall’s bestselling Boyfriend Material series, but the author’s first historical romance is available now. Fans of Bridgerton and Lisa Kleypas will enjoy this groundbreaking queer love story featuring a transgender heroine.

Paper Girls: The Complete Story by Brian K. Vaughn, illustrated by Cliff Chiang

If you’ve already binged season one of Amazon’s popular new sci-fi thriller, you can check out the entire series of graphic novels now. Paper Girls follows four young friends in 1988 whose lives—and paper routes– are disrupted when they unwittingly time-travel to 2019 and become caught in a war between two time-jumping factions.  

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