Milo’s got a bit of a problem. He’s in love with a pretty girl named Suzie, who happens to also be Death. He’s lived 9,995 lives, and has only five more chances to perfect himself before he ceases to exist entirely. Who knew a book about dying could be so funny, or so sweet? Check out a copy and let us know what you think! 

There’s big, BIG in library enthusiasm for The Child Finder, the second novel from award winning author Rene Denfeld. Private investigator Naomi specializes in finding children who have long been lost, and whose parents are desperate for any shred of hope. When she begins looking into the three year old disappearance of Madison Culver, she finally starts coming to terms with her own lost past. Part mystery, part thriller, part magical realism-and entirely fantastic.

Have you put your hold on Andy Weir's new book yet? If not, now’s the time! Weir had a runaway hit with The Martian. In his newest novel, he returns to space with the story of opportunistic smuggler Jazz Bashara. Artemis comes out November 14-check it out and let us know what you think!

Looking for a good mystery for fall? Librarian Liz is loving the Timber Creek K9 mysteries by Margaret Mizushima. Set in the Colorado high country and featuring deputy Mattie Cobb and her police dog Robo, this is a good pick for readers who enjoyed Sarah Graves’ Lizzie Snow mysteries. Start with Killing Trail. Then check out the rest of the series.

Librarian Liz just finished A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles and can’t recommend it enough! It’s a gorgeously written, fascinating look at an ever changing Russia, and a pleasure to read. Great for a book discussion too!