Library Notes for January 3, 2018
What is your Reading Resolution for 2018? Do you like Mysteries, Biographies, SciFi, Romance, Westerns, etc? We have what you are looking for. If you received a new Kindle for Christmas maybe you would like to try our E-Books, or E-magazines. We also have E-Audios, and E-Comic Books too. All you need is a library card. If you don’t have a library card stop by the library we can fix you up and it’s all FREE! Check out our website at: jlslibrary.org
Pam’s Pick this week is: “Year One” by Nora Roberts, this is the first book in the Chronicles of The One” series. A tale of suspense and survival is set in the wake of a cataclysmic pandemic that wipes out more than half the world’s population, replacing science and technology with magic and compelling Lana, a practitioner of good witchcraft, to embark on a perilous journey west with her lover and other survivors.
New Fiction: “The Story of Arthur Truluv” by Elizabeth Berg, “The Armageddon File” by Stephen Coonts, “The Wanted” by Robert Crais, “Future Home of the Living God” by Louise Erdrich, “Close Contact” by Lori Foster, this is the third book in the Body Armor series, “The Demon Crown” by James Rollins, and “Exposed in Darkness” by Heather Sunseri, this is the first book in the In Darkness series.
New Christian Fiction: “Silvia’s Rose” by Jerry S. Eicher, this is the first book in the Peace in the Valley series and only in large print.
New Mystery: “Even if it Kills Her” by Kate White, this is a Bailey Weggins mystery.
New Non-fiction: “Happiness is This Life: a Passionate Meditation on Earthly Existence” by Pope Francis, “Playing with Fire: the 1968 Election and the Transformation of American Politics” by Lawrence O’Donnell, “Who Killed Betty Gail Brown?: Murder, Mistrial, and Mystery” by Robert G. Lawson, “The Handbook of Cage and Aviary Birds” by Matthew Vriends, “Atkins: Eat Right, Not Less: Your Guidebook for Living a Low-carb and Low-sugar Lifestyle” by Colette Heimowitz, “Customer Service Management Training 101” by Renee Evenson, “Fodor’s the Carolinas & Georgia,” and “Korea Reborn: a Grateful Nation Honors War Veterans for 60 Years of Growth.”
New Audio Books: “Count to Ten” by James Patterson, “Two Kinds of Truth” by Michael Connelly, and “Lady Cop Makes Trouble” by Amy Stewart.
New DVDs: “Flywheel,” “Alien Covenant,” and “Blaze and the Monster Machines: Wild Wheels: Escape to Animal Island.”
New TV Season: “Murder, She Wrote” season 1.
The library will be closed January 15th for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday.
Pam Metts, Director