Prepare yourself for fall with this week’s CCPL selections
Special to the Whig
This week the good people at the Cecil County Public Library have assembled a list of fall harvest books to bring in the first days of autumn. It’s time to move out of that summer mindset and gear up for brisker weather, golden leaves and pumpkin picking. Harvest (2013)
By Jim Crace A small pastoral village’s residents are suspicious of three strangers who arrive just after an unexplained fire. Set in feudal England, the villagers are protective of their master and quick to levy charges of witchcraft. Swift punishment and a thirst for revenge turns this quiet hamlet upside down. Short-listed for the Man Booker Prize. Harvest (1997) By Tess Gerritsen Dr. Abby DiMatteo’s honored to join a top transplant team but a difficult life-anddeath decision soon jeopardizes her career. Abby learns that donor and hospital records have been falsified and she refuses to ignore the facts, much less remain silent. What’s really happening in Boston’s organ transplant industry? Fatal Harvest (2003)
By Catherine Palmer High schooler Matt Strong has hacked into Agrimax and discovered a devastating secret. The agribusiness food conglomerate will use its global power to silence him, including framing him for murder. When his son disappears, Matt’s father works with teacher Jill Pruitt to uncover the truth during an international search. Other Selections: Harvest Moon (2011) By Robyn Carr Deadly Harvest (2008) By Heather Graham Dark Harvest (2007) By Norman Partridge Bone Harvest (2005) By Mary Logue Blood Harvest (2011) By S. J. Bolton For more information, title availability and reading recommendations, please visit the Cecil County Public Library’s website at cecil.ebranch.info, facebook.com/cecilcountypubliclibrary, call 410-996-5600 or stop by any branch.