One Book Lambton returns with a thrilling new pick

Wyoming, ON - One Book Lambton is returning for another year with a thriller. In partnership with The Book Keeper, Lambton County Library is excited to announce the selection for One Book Lambton 2020-2021 is Every Step She Takes by K.L. Armstrong. The goal for the One Book Lambton initiative is to unite people around Lambton County through one book. People are encouraged to read the same book and engage in various activities throughout the winter and spring to highlight themes in the book.
Every Step She Takes follows Genevieve, an American who lives a simple life in Rome until she is sent a package that begins to unravel scandals from her past. As Genevieve tries to make amends with what happened fourteen years ago she is caught up in another deadly scandal.
The author, K.L. Armstrong is a #1 New York Times bestselling author from Sudbury, Ontario. Armstrong believes experience is the best teacher. To craft her books, she has studied aikido, archery and fencing. Past works include the Otherworld urban fantasy series, the Darkest Powers & Darkness Rising teen paranormal trilogies, the Age of Legends fantasy YA series and the Nadia Stafford crime trilogy.
"Every Step She Takes is a standalone thriller about a young woman dealing with a scandal from her past, and how little mistakes can create big fallout in the future," said Kelley Armstrong. "I'm so thrilled Every Step She Takes has been chosen for this year's One Book Lambton, happy reading!"
Every Step She Takes is available to borrow through Lambton County Library's curbside pickup service using the online catalogue at, through the Iguana Library app, or by calling a Lambton County Library location offering contactless curbside pickup. eBooks and eAudiobooks are also available to borrow through cloudLibrary, Libby or Overdrive using your Lambton County Library card.
Please contact: Andrea Basra
Public Services Coordinator - Adult Programs & Outreach,
Lambton County Library
County of Lambton
519-845-0809 ext. 5217