The North Quincy Branch has designated handicapped parking spaces in the library parking lot and automatic door openers. The building is accessible to users with mobility impairments and has an accessible bathroom. Some areas of the building are not accessible and require staff assistance.
The Adams Shore Branch has designated handicapped parking spaces in the library parking lot and automatic door openers. The building is accessible to users with mobility impairments but has no accessible bathrooms.
The Wollaston Branch is not accessible to users with mobility impairments. If mobility impairment prevents use of any service at Wollaston Branch, users may request service at the Main Library, which is fully accessible.
This is the fifth Detective Hole novel to be translated into English, but the first to receive mainstream buzz. This book has all the twists and turns you need in a good thriller and Hole is a loveable loser of a hero. All of the books in this series are worth a read, so you don't have to stick with The Snowman. Check Our Catalog
A combination memoir, hip-hop homage and lyrical explication, Jay-Z's Decoded is a provocative read. The book itself feels like a coffee-table book—lots of images and a funkier layout—and is as fun to flip through as it is to read.
A great spy thriller, reminiscent of LeCarre. Cumming's book explores the possibility of their being a sixth man in the infamous 'Cambridge Five' spy ring. Sam Gaddis, who thinks he is on to a great story, finds himself in the middle of a standoff between British and Russian operatives. Check Our Catalog.
The 'Lincoln Lawyer' character returns in this legal thriller about a woman accused of murdering the banker who was foreclosing on her home. Does L.A. defense attorney Mickey Haller think she's innocent...or guilty...or innocent...and does it even matter? You have to wait until the last twist to find out.
This was a great read and Publisher's Weekly got it right when they called it "a quirky and stylish revisionist western." Narrated by one of the fearsome Sisters brothers, this is a modern take on a good old-fashioned western. Charlie and Eli Sisters set out on a mission, but find themselves on more of a quest. A fun read. Check Our Catalog
This is the fourth book in Trollope's Barchester Chronicles series but you can read it as a stand-alone novel (which I did). Basically an English romantic comedy that relentlessly pokes fun at both politicians and clergymen. Some of Trollope's comments could be inserted into a contemporary op ed column (or blog, even) and sound totally right on! Satisfying fun for 19th century fiction lovers.
Set in a fictional Mexican port town, this novel follows the investigations of an uncle and nephew team streaching from the 1970s to current day. An investigative journalist in current day Paracuan end up dead. Detectove Ramon Cabrera discovers a link to a 1970s serial killer investigated by his uncle Vincente Rangel. Solares delves into the corruption of Mexican police and politicians. This is a great read for fans of detective fiction looking for a more exotic locations.