Old World Murder by Kathleen Ernst

old world

Reviewed by Pat P (Library Patron)

Imagine, this book is actually set in Old World Wisconsin! In fact it is the first in the “Chloe Ellefson Mystery” series, all set in that wonderful outdoor living history museum in Eagle, WI. Kathleen Ernst worked there for 12 years as interpreter in most all exhibits and mainly as the Curator of Interpretation. In reading Old World Murder the local roads, restaurants, and communities spring up often, giving a realistic edge to this mystery. I loved the read, and am on to the second book in the series!

Located in Adult Fiction (FIC ERNST)

The Autobiography of James T. Kirk edited by David A Goodman


Reviewed by Judy B (Library Staff)

Having grown up with the original Star Trek TV series, I couldn’t resist taking this book on vacation with me.
Written as an actual autobiography of “Starfleet’s Greatest Captain”, a TV and movie character, I enjoyed reading the back stories to many of the episodes and more recent movies.
While a fun read for Star Trek fans, people unfamiliar with the 1960’s TV series will not find anything of interest here.

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