Page Turners

Here is a list of books that have been shared on KMA's Page Turners with the Shenandoah Public Library.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

aired the week of March 9, 2020

The Do-Right by Lisa Sandlin introduces private investigator Tom Phelan who is just getting started in the trade.  He hires Delpha Wade as his secretary even though she has just been released from Gatesville correctional facility for women where she has spent the last fourteen years for killing the man who was raping her.  The year is 1973 and much has changed while she was in prison.  Follow the pair as they start out with a couple of interesting cases.

1.  The Do-Right (2016)
2. Bird Boys (2019)

aired the week of March 2, 2020

Why They Marched by Susan Ware highlights 19 different women and how they were instrumental in the fight for the passage of the 19th Amendment, women's right to vote.  This year is the 100th anniversary of the amendment's passage and the Page County Libraries are celebrating with many programs, speakers and book discussions.  This title will be one of the two featured in the book discussions.  To find out more, contact the libraries or visit their websites at:

Lied Public Library in Clarinda -    712-542-2416
Coin Public Library -                                                                           712-583-3684
Lied Public Library in Essex -                           712-379-3355
Shenandoah Public Library -                    712-246-2315

aired the week of February 24, 2020

The Girl in the Ice by Robert Bryndza introduces Detective Erika Foster who has been tasked with finding the killer of missing socialite Andrea Douglas-Brown.  Douglas-Brown's body was found floating under the ice on the grounds of a London museum many miles from where she was supposed to be that night.  What really happened and will Detective Foster be able to track down the killer before he or she strikes again?