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About Lit+Fix

Lit+Fix is a dedicated team of Waukee Public Library staffers ready to help you discover your next great read—no matter your genre or format of choice.

We read, watch, and listen to A LOT of books, graphic novels, movies, audiobooks, (you name it!), and we’re passionate about what our library has to offer.  

Our online Lit+Fix reviews are our way of sharing books, audiobooks, and even movies available or coming soon to the library that we’re excited about and think you might be excited about too.

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Tue, January 5thThe Lincoln Conspiracy

Prolific writer, Brad Meltzer, strikes again with The Lincoln Conspiracy

I enjoy that Meltzer has entered the adult non-fiction category—The First Conspiracy and now The Lincoln Conspiracy—exploring lesser known conspiracies that happened in...

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Tue, December 8thTried & True Book Club Reads

I’ve belonged to a book club for over 17 years. Women have come and gone, but the dynamic stays the same. It is a group of women in their 50’s brought together by a love of reading. We also understand the importance of our relationships within the...

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Tue, November 24thBibliophile Mystery

The mystery genre loves a good series, with many fan favorites going well past twenty books in a series. As a reader, this is pretty awesome—find an author and a character you like, and settle in for a regular dose of reading joy. This applies to ...

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Tue, November 10thPoison Eaters

Gail Jarrow strikes again with another inventive non-fiction book. In The Poison Eaters you will be transported to the late 1800s where more people are moving from farms, where they grew their own food, to cities, where they must trust an unregula...

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Tue, October 27thA Deadly Inside Scoop

Mysteries are my jam. In high school, I would rush home from soccer practice just so that I could catch Murder She Wrote reruns. Cozy mysteries are essentially Murder She Wrote in book form—quick reads, with minimal violence, featuring everyday pe...

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