Library Notes for March 21, 2018
“What I love most about libraries is that the books can only be borrowed, but the knowledge and inspiration they contain are yours to keep.” – Anthony Breznican
Pam’s Pick this week is: “The Bad Daughter” by Joy Fielding, exposes the deadly differences between the lies we want to believe and the truths we wish not to know. Robin has been estranged from her family for years. But she comes running back when they are attacked and are in the hospital in critical condition. She soon learns that what looked like a random robbery gone wrong may have been a secret that put them all in danger.
New Fiction: “Fast Burn” by Lori Foster, the is book four in the Body Armor series, “Agent in Place” by Mark Greaney, “The Dry” by Jane Harper, “The Hush” by John Hart, “The Escape Artist” by Brad Meltzer, and “Not That I Could Tell” by Jessica Strawser.
New Large Print: “A Match Made in Texas” by Margaret Brownley, this is the second book in the Two-Time Texas series.
New Christian Fiction: “The View from Rainshadow Bay” by Colleen Coble, this is the first book in the Lavender Tides series and also in large print.
New Mystery: “A Time of Love and Tartan” by Alexander McCall Smith, this is a 44 Scotland Street novel.
New Biography: “A Prophet with Honor: the Billy Graham Story” by William Martin.
New Non-fiction: “The Politics Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained,” “Murder Beyond the Grave” by James Patterson, “Home Gardener’s Annuals: the Complete Guide to Growing 37 Flowers in Your Backyard,” “Homemade: 707 Products to Make Yourself to Save Money and the Earth!,” “The Whole30 Fast & Easy: 150 Simply Delicious Everyday Recipes for Your Whole30” by Melissa Hartwig “The Watergate: Inside America’s Most Infamous Address” by Joseph Rodota, “Martha’s Flowers: a Practical Guide to Growing, Gathering, and Enjoying” by Martha Stewart, and “Huntin’ Kentucky” by Soc Clay.
New Audio Books: “Fifty Fifty” by James Patterson, and “Raspberry Danish Murder’ by Joanne Fluke.
New DVDs: “Blade Runner 2049,” “Home Again,” and “My Little Pony Movie.”
New TV Season: “Criminal Minds” season 5.
If you are interested in taking a Book Folding Class, call the library to sign up. We have one coming up at the end of the month.
Pam Metts, Director