“Ghostland: An American History in Haunted Places” by Colin Dickey

Colin Dickey explores the haunted history of America in this brand new bestselling book! Dickey traces different avenues in American history and culture through the various “haunted” buildings and towns that encapsulate an aspect of American culture. The ghost story and haunted building is used as a mirror to reflect the triumphs, anxieties, hopes and […]

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“Cinnamon and Gunpowder” by Eli Brown

Renowned chef Owen Wedgwood is content with his boring life, focused solely on creating culinary masterpieces and complacent in his belief that he has the moral high ground in any situation. Then he is kidnapped by infamous pirate Mad Hannah Mabbot, and his safe little world is obliterated.  In an interesting twist on the story […]

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Change in Book Donation Policy

The Friends of Haverhill Public Library will no longer be accepting book donations year round. Due to storage issues, fire code, and labor requirements, please hold on to your donations until the next book sale. For alternate donation locations, please speak with a staff member. We appreciate your generosity and patience as we work to […]

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  To better serve you we are moving to a new e-newsletter service! Be the first to know about new books, movies, magazines, and music at the                           Haverhill Public Library. To sign-up for our new weekly e-newsletter, go to www.wowbrary.org Please note that […]

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Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie

This first in a series won the prestigious Hugo Award and Nebula Award for its intelligent and fascinating story of Breq – once an AI that controlled a massive starship and thousands of crewmembers, now stuck in one frail body. Ann Leckie doesn’t ease her readers into the story but throws them into the thick […]

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