Consumer Reports Online

April is the month that Consumer Reports rolls out the annual automotive issue. If you have a Haverhill library card you can read it online! Highlights include: Top Picks, who makes the best and worst cars, the best and worst new and used cars, used car reliability, and new car ratings and road tests. Also […]

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Reader’s Advisory

Looking for your next good book? Want to find an author who writes like your favorite? Let us help you in your search. Try Books and Authors to help you narrow your choices. This site has a “Who, What, Where” feature that allows you to browse by character, subject, location, and time period.  You can […]

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The Rosie Project – Graeme Simsion

The Rosie Project tells the story of Don Tillman, a handsome genetics professor with Asperger’s, who is looking for the perfect wife.  In order to do so, he launches The Wife Project, for which he develops a very interesting and funny questionnaire in order to weed out imperfect candidates.  Don meets Rosie, a beautiful but […]

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The Glass Lake

 In the tradition of her beloved novel Circle of Friends, Irish novelist Maeve Binchy offers a wonderful old-fashioned melodrama with a contemporary cast of compelling characters. A sly, seductive, and compulsively readable book, perfect for rainy afternoons and late nights in bed. To reserve this book click here.

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The Art Forger by B.A. Shapiro

In March 1990, a Boston museum, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, was the victim of a major heist.  Twenty four years later it remains unsolved, but author B.A. Shapiro’s novel “The Art Forger” tells a fictionalized version of what might have happened.  Artist Claire Roth’s career has taken a tumble and she now spends her time creating commissioned […]

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