Need some book recommendations but don’t have a lot of time? Your librarians are here to help! Don’t miss the second episode of Books in Brief, a new video series featuring four great digital title recommendations in about two minutes.
Collection Management Librarian Kathy Sexton recommends four titles to read if you watched and loved the Netflix series, Tiger King.
Digital titles for fans of Tiger King
Watch the episode above and then find all of the titles in your digital library, available through Hoopla, with no holds and no waiting, and Media on Demand & Libby.
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In Vino Duplicitas by Peter Hellman
Description: True crime pairs well with fine wine in this astonishing story of a con man who rides his gift for tasting wine to the highest reaches of society-and then comes crashing down.
Stream & download with: Hoopla (ebook & digital audiobook)
The Marauders by Tom Cooper
Description: When the BP oil spill devastates the Louisiana Gulf Coast, the citizens of the bayou town of Jeanette scramble to replace their lost livelihoods.
Stream & download with: Media on Demand & Libby (ebook)
The Dragon Behind the Glass by Emily Voigt
Description: An intrepid journalist’s quest to find a wild Asian arowana—the world’s most expensive aquarium fish—takes her on a global tour.
Stream & download with: Hoopla (digital audiobook), Media on Demand & Libby (ebook & digital audiobook)
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt
Description: Shots rang out in Savannah’s grandest mansion in the misty, early morning hours of May 2, 1981. Was it murder or self-defense?
Stream & download with: Media on Demand & Libby (ebook & digital audiobook)
Kathy is a Collection Management Librarian who loves reading, sharing, and talking about books. Her missions in life are to: create communities of readers, convince folks that her official title should be “Book Pusher,” and refute that “disco” is a dirty word.