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Choose A New Fiction Title Behind Door Number One, Door Number Two or Door Number Three!

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Photo of three closed doors, painted yellow, red and blue, set in a white wall.

Would you like the prize behind door number one, door number two or door number three? That is how the game “Let’s Make a Deal” goes.

Moving my daughter into her new home, it became apparent to me that 1.) I am just as much a directional dyslexic indoors as outdoors and 2.) There are too many doors in her house for me to choose the right one.

Moving clothing from room to room and the belongings of six people is no small task, and with multiple doors to choose from, it was a sure bet that whichever door I chose would end up being a closet or bathroom and not the bedroom I was looking for at all. I accidentally walked into the closet more than once on moving day.

Let’s just say that if I had to choose door number one, door number two or door number three, I would not be winning the grand prize! There is one game that will make me a winner, and that is the game of choosing the right book from my local branch of JCPL! Read on for some really great, new adult fiction!

Malory Price is on the verge of losing her job at the local art gallery, and when she is offered the chance to attend a party at the mansion at Warrior’s Peak, she accepts. Among the guests at Warrior’s Peak are two other women, and when the trio is told amazing stories of magic, gods & goddesses, they are also presented with a challenge; find three keys that will unlock and free three demi-goddesses who have been cast into eternal sleep. Succeed, and there will be more than enough money to go around, as well as power and a brand new destiny. Lose, and they all stand to lose substantially. Win or lose? Find out in ‘Key of Light’ book number one in the Key Trilogy by Nora Roberts.

The year is 1948; the setting, Bagel Beach, a small stretch of beach along the Connecticut shoreline. This small portion of shoreline has long been a summer destination for many Jewish families, and during the summer of 1948, sisters, Ada, Vivie and Bec meet at the family cottage with their children in tow for a relaxing time at the beach. Looking forward to long summer days, the trio of sisters each finds their niche, and freedom reigns. But when a tragic accident occurs, the summer of hope and fun is over and this close-knit band of sisters finds their relationships tested in ‘As Close to Us As Breathing’ by Elizabeth Poliner.

Recovering from her addiction to alcohol, Helen is trying to rebuild her life after suffering the loss of her marriage and custody of her seven year old son, Ollie. Now living a solitary life, the evenings are long and lonely for Helen. Joining an online dating service has not filled the void, but when Helen meets Ava & Swift Havilland, she becomes enchanted by their wealthy lifestyle and devotion to recuing dogs. Growing increasingly close to the Havillands and their influential lifestyle, Helen falls under their spell, running errands for them and allowing them to manipulate her own personal choices in ‘Under the Influence’ by Joyce Maynard.

Fourteen miles east of Peachtree, Alabama sits a farm, and that farm holds a long-hidden secret. That secret is named Annabel Lee, hidden away by her uncle years before. The last words spoken to Annabel before her uncle hid her away were, “Don’t open that door for anybody, you got it? Not even me.” Only two people know of Annabel Lee’s whereabouts; who are they and will Annabel ever be set free? Find out in ‘Annabel Lee,’ book number one in the Coffey & Hill series by Mike Nappa.

There are three branches of the Jasper County Public Library, where our goal is to inform, enrich and empower our diverse community. You can choose to enter door number one, door number two or door number three; but no matter which branch of JCPL you choose to visit, you won’t be disappointed in the prize that awaits behind any of those three doors!