Library Notes for October 12, 2011

October’s Bright Blue Weather

O suns and skies and clouds of June

And flowers of June together

Ye cannot rival for one hour

October’s bright blue weather. By Helen Hunt Jackson (1830-1885)

I hope we have bright blue weather for Ham Festival.

Yeah! October and Yeah! “Pam’s Picks.”

New Fiction: “Trust” by Janet Dailey, is an old favorite author with three new fictional characters. The Bannon Brothers: R.J., Linc, and Deke. Cold cases are not usually their line of work, but this long ago case is too intriguing to pass up. Especially with the two million dollar reward.

“Ideal Man” by Julie Garwood, sometimes you find love in the deadliest of circumstances. Dr. Ellie’s life is turned upside down when she is the only witness to a Bonnie and Clyde type shooting.

“Omen Machine” by Terry Goodkind, this is a Richard and Kahlan novel. A deep underground machine awakens after thousands of years and foretells ominous events including a catastrophic prediction involving Richard and Kahlan.

“You’re Next” by Gress Hurwitz, the story of an unhappy childhood coming back to haunt. Mike had a rough childhood, abandoned and raised in foster care. He is now a happy adult. But when the past he never knew comes back to visit it bring terror upon him and his family.

“Dragon’s Time” by Anne and Todd McCaffrey, this is the next book in the Dragonriders of Pern series. Lorana has cured the plague but there are no longer any dragons left to fight Thread.

“Burnt Mountain” by Anne Rivers Siddons, this is a spellbinding tale of love and betrayal within a wealthy Southern family.

New Large Print: “Keepsake,” and “Mephisto Club” both by Tess Gerritsen, “Widow of the South” Robert Hicks, “True Detectives” by Jonathan Kellerman, “Cross Country” by James Patterson, and “Chasing the Night” by Iris Johansen.  

New Non-fiction: “Islands of the Damned” by R.V. Burgin, the story of a Marine at war in the Pacific.

“Code Talker” by Chester Nez, this is the first and only memoir by one of the original code talkers of WWII.

New Reference: “ASVAB” this book requires a cash deposit.

New Audio Books: “Mystery” by Jonathan Kellerman, and “A Turn in the Road” by Debbie Macomber.

New DVDs: “Dora’s Halloween,” “The Three Stooges: Spook Louder,” and “Alvin and the Chipmunks: Trick or Treason.”

New Display: Shirley Temple has made her appearance in the library. Yes, she is in the display case. The collection is that of Eunice Thomas. She has Shirley Temples of all sizes and in a verity of costumes from her many movies.  Stop by and see this wonderful collection.

Class: Basic Internet Class with be Monday, October 17, at 10:00. Call 270-522-6301 to sign up.

Pam Metts