Bury Your Dead (Book 6) Re-Read

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Posts & Discussion

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Bury Your Dead, Part 2

Hi, this is Joe taking over for Annette on part 2 of this recap. I consider myself a reader and have been ever since I can remember. Over the years there have been many books I have loved and consider a favorite. Surprisingly though, I am not the type of reader who will reread a book. There are so many books I want to read that I have a hard time justifying going back to one I’ve already read even, if it was a favorite of mine. Bury Your Dead I can make an exception for because it still won’t let go of my emotions after all this time.

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Bury Your Dead, Part 1

One of the best things about being a librarian is having the ability to recommend great books to eager readers. I get to learn about all sorts of genres and the authors who write in them.

My dad was an avid reader so when he was in hospice with multiple myeloma he wanted me to recommend some good reads. The Brutal Telling had just come out on Playaway, which is a small MP3 player that contains one audio book. My dad couldn’t hold a book or maneuver a cd player at that point so this was perfect for him. I had read great reviews of Louise Penny’s books and had always meant to try one. So Dad started reading The Brutal Telling and was thrilled to tell me and my husband, Joe (also a librarian!), all about it. . . .

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Annette JonesANNETTE JONES is the head of adult services at the Brecksville Branch of Cuyahoga County Public Library near Cleveland, Ohio. An avid genre lover, she has hosted several mystery authors at her library, including Louise Penny. As a founding member of the Library's Reconnect With Reading Action Group, Annette has given workshops on various fiction genres and has created and administers CCPL's Read Intuit reader's advisory service. On her day off, you can find Annette combing a remote cemetery or a creepy ruin with her antique Rolleiflex twin lens reflex camera.