Library notes for 13 February

February is American Heart Month, Black History Month and Sweetheart’s Month, and we have something for all three.  “Pam’s Pick” this week of course would be a little romance. “Until the End of Time” by Danielle Steel, this is the story of two couples, four decades apart. One believes that if lovers die, they find each other again in another life. Or maybe stars side by side in the sky forever.


New Fiction:

“Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker” by Jennifer Chiaverini, this is the story of a relationship between two women, First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln and Elizabeth Hobbs Keckley who was born a slave. Elizabeth was a professional dressmaker, who supported the First Lady through years of tragedies.

“If You Were Here” by Jen Lancaster, this is a hilarious novel about a couple and their suburban dream with a do-it-yourself attitude.

“The Fifth Assassin” by Brad Meltzer, this is a political thriller. Beecher White has discovered a killer in Washington, D.C., who is re-creating the crime of four other assassins. Can he stop him from killing the President?

“Private Berlin” by James Patterson, this is a powerful international suspense novel. Chris Schneider of the Private headquarters in German is missing and it is up to Mattie Engel one of the top agents to find him.  Also in large print.

“The Girl on the Cliff” by Lucinda Riley, this is the story of two Irish families entangled by a tragic past that seems to repeat itself.


New Mystery:
“Arsenic and Old Puzzles” by Parnell Hall, this is a Puzzle Lady Mystery. This book includes puzzle that will help you solve the mystery. When two guests at the Bakerhaven B&B die from elderberry wine, the Puzzle Lady suspects that she’s dealing with a cold blooded killer who for some reason is copying Cary Grant in “Arsenic and Old Lace.”


New Christian Fiction:

“The Survivor” by Shelley Shepard Gray, this is the third book in the Families of Honor series. Mattie has healed from the cancer that nearly took her life. But can she find the man who can mend her lonely heart?

“To Honor and Trust” by Tracie Peterson, this is the third book in the Bridal Veil Island series. Callie and Wesley meet at the golf links, and soon their friendship becomes more. Callie is in love with the man she believes Wesley to be but when his past and true identity are revealed, Callie is not sure if she can trust him again.


New Large Print:

“Bride Wanted” by Debbie Macomber , Lesley has her own reasons for responding to a billboard advertising for a bride. In no time she’s the one Chase wants in his life.



New Kentucky Non-fiction:

“Outside Shot” by Keith O’Brien, this is the story of a small town basketball team, and their fight for redemption.



New Non-fiction:

“You Are Made for More!” by Lisa Osteen Comes, this inspiring book will give you hope and promise, showing you how to not only get through a day but to look for a new vision for a bold and bright life.


“Wheat Belly” by William Davis, this book will teach you how to lose the wheat and lose weight.


“Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum’s Heart book” by Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, this is every woman’s guide to a heart healthy life style.


“The Southern Foodie” by Chris Chamberlain, this book has the 100 places to eat in the South before you die. It also features the recipes that made them famous.


“Bringing up Bebe” by Pamela Druckerman, this is the story of how one American mom discovers the wisdom of French parenting.


“Fodor’s 2013 Caribbean” this book shows the best of the Caribbean, including Anguilla’s white beaches, Bonaire’s colorful coral reefs and the scenic beauty of Jamaica.


“Alaska by Cruise Ship” by Anne Vipond, this is the complete guide to cruising Alaska including inside passage and glacier cruises.


“Fodor’s 2013 Hawaii” this is a book includes must see attractions, perfect hotels, the best restaurants, color photos and maps.



New Biographies:

“Grace, Gold & Glory” by Gabrielle Douglas, this is the amazing story of a girl who overcame tremendous odds to bring glory to her team, her country, and her Creator.


“Desert Rose: The Life and Legacy of Coretta Scott King” by Edythe Scott Bagley, this is her story from author, human rights activist and wife and partner of Martin Luther King, Jr.



New Audio Books:

“A Single Rose” by Barbara Delinsky,

“Big Country” by Louis L’Amour, and

“Same Sun Here” by Silas House.



New CDs:

“Night Train” by Jason Aldean and

“Thirty Miles West” by Alan Jackson.



New DVDs:

“The Bourne Legacy,” 


“Papillon,” and

“Elmo’s Magic Numbers.”



New TV Season:

“Downton Abbey” Season three.



New Display: “Hello, Hello?” in the display cast this month is a unique collection of Phone Company memorabilia.  This collection includes old Cadiz phone books, replica phone trucks, and much more.


Computer Classes: Basic Internet classes will be Monday February 25 at 10:00. Call to get signed up.

Tax Service: Yes, the wonderful volunteers at RSVP will be doing taxes again this year. Call the library for an appointment 270-522-6301.

Happy Reading!

Pam Metts