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Books of the Month: April

It’s time to announce our April Books of the Month! This month, we are featuring “Everyone In My Family Has Killed Someone” by Benjamin Stevenson, “The Kelly Hunters” by Grantlee Kieza, and “Prometheus High: How To Make Monster” by Stuart Wilson. We hope you love them as much as we do.

“Everyone In My Family Has Killed Someone” by Benjamin Stevenson

This murder mystery follows the narrator as he reluctantly attends a family reunion in the snowy mountains. He was dreading the reunion before a storm stranded him and his family in their resort… and even before the first murder. In his family, there is tension and bad blood, but they all have one thing in common. They have all killed someone.

“The Kelly Hunters” by Grantlee Kieza

When Ned Kelly and his band of tearaways killed three policemen, they sparked the biggest manhunt Australia had ever seen. But, the search ended when Kelly and his gang attempted to derail a train, waging their final gun in battle. This is the story of the team who did whatever it took to find the gang.

“Prometheus High: How To Make A Monster” by Stuart Wilson

Athena Strange’s first semester at Prometheus High starts with a bang. But when her lessons in reanimation, robotics and skulkers move too slowly and she has trouble making friends, Athena decides to take matters into her own hands. Will Athena be able to hold her head above water?

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