The Christmas Blessing by Melody Carlson

To Be Where you Are by Jan Karon

Nothing Stays Buried by P J Tracy

If the Creek Don’t Rise by Leah Weiss

The Grip of It by Jac Jemc

Haunted by James Patterson

The Doll Funeral by Kate Hamer

The Right Time by Danielle Steel

The Vengeance of Mothers by Jim Fergus

Nothing Stays Buried by P J Tracy

The Cuban Affair by Nelson DeMille

Dark Legacy by Christine Feehan

A Secret History of Witches by Louise Morgan

Love Me Not by M J Arlidge

Robert B. Parker’s The Hangman’s Secret by Red Coleman

A Column of Fire by Ken Follett

Enemy of the State by Vince Flynn

An Echo of Murder by Anne Perry

Guilty Minds by Joseph Finder

The Beloved Christmas Quilt by Wanda Brunstetter

The Changeling by Victor Lavalle

After Life by Marcus Sakey

When the Bishop Needs an Alibi by Vannetta Chapman

The Ninth Hour by Alice McDermot

Need to Know by Fern Michaels

The Wonder by Emma Donoghue

The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye by David Lagercrantz

Hell Divers II Ghost by Nicholas Smith

Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

The Answers by Catehrine Lacey





WJHL’s newest addition is the charming Victoria Cavaliere.  She has become a popular and essential member of the station’s storm team.  She grew up in the Township of Washington, New Jersey and developed an interest in weather. After graduating from Cornell University with a major in Atmospheric Science and a minor in Communications, the bright and talented Victoria eventually joined WJHL and earned a place in the community as a respected and much admired broadcaster. She was kind enough to show her support for our local library and, as an avid reader, she shared her fondness for Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier, The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, and The Portrait of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde. We appreciate Victoria’s support for library use and reading, and like all local viewers, we rely on her capable weather forecasting skills!





Sunny’s Knit Wit Club will meet this Saturday ( Sept. 23rd) at 4:15 in the D.C. Miller Law Office  behind the Library!


Our own Supergirl proudly reminds patrons young and old to stop by the Marion Library’s collection of graphic novels! There’s something for every reader in our collection!


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Good Me Bad Me by Ali Land

Miss Kopp’s Midnight Confessions by Amy Stewart

Lie to Me by J T Ellison

Mightier Than the Sword by K J parker

The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld

Close to Home by Robert Dugoni

The Woman Who Couldn’t Scream by Christina Dodd

Proof of Life by J A Jance

The Western Star by Craig Johnson

Dead Woman walking by Sharon Bolton

A Legacy of Spies by John LeCarre



Korea Reborn

Sherwood Anderson on Life and Writing

Single Gay Christian by Gregory Coles

The Brian Warrior’s Way Cookbook by Tana Amen

Coming to the Senses by Alice Waters



Len Wein was born on June 12, 1948. He died on September 10, 2017.   He enjoyed a remarkably successful career as a writer/editor at both Marvel Comics and DC Comics.

He started out by contributing stories to various horror and romance anthologies for various publishers.  He created the Russian super hero Starfire who would become better known by the name Red Star.

He co-created mutant hero Wolverine at Marvel Comics and Swamp Thing for DC Comics.  He had notable runs on titles like  The Amazing  Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, Detective Comics, and Justice League of America.

He helped launch the 1970’s revival of the X-Men that eventually turned the book into one of Marvel’s most successful titles after Chris Claremont built on some concepts introduced by Wein.

Your Marion Library owns some of Wein’s work on The Amazing Spider-Man in the Essential Amazing Spider-Man Volume 6.