Library Notes January 13, 2016

Library Notes for January 13, 2016

“You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suite me.” C.S. Lewis

“Pam’s Pick” this week is: “The Promise” by Robert Crais, this is an Elvis Cole and Joe Pike novel. Loyalty, commitment, and the fight for justice have always driven Elvis and Joe. And if they make a promise, they keep it. Even if it could get them killed.

New Fiction: “The Turner House” by Angela Flournoy, “Buffalo Trail” by Jeff Guinn, “The Dead Student” by John Katzenbach, and “The Bone Labyrinth” by James Rollins.

New Christian Fiction: “At Love’s Bidding” by Regina Jennings, and “Undercover Bride” by Margaret Brownley, this is the second book in the Undercover Ladies series.

New Mystery: “Ghost to the Rescue” by Carolyn Hart, this is a Bailey Ruth mystery.

New Large Print: “Against the Tide” by Kat Martin, this is the third book in the Brodies of Alaska.

New Non-fiction: “Beating the College Debt Trap: Getting a Degree Without Going Broke” by Alex Chediak, “It Starts with Food: Discover the Whole30 and Change Your Life in Unexpected Ways” by Dallas Hartwig, “Paula Deen Cuts the Fat: 250 Favorite Recipes all Lightened Up” by Paula Deen, “Mollie Makes Knitting,” “Kentucky 120: a Collection of Photographs” by Ed Lawrence, and “Hear My Sad Story: the True Tales That Inspired “Stagolee,” “John Henry,” and other Traditional America Folk Songs” by Richard Polenberg.

New Biographies: “Clementine: the Life of Mrs. Winton Churchill” by Sonia Purnell, and “Make’em Laugh: Short-term Memories of Longtime Friends” by Debbie Reynolds.

New Audio Books: “Corrupted” by Lisa Scottoline, “The Darling Dahlias and the Silver Dollar Bush” by Susan Wittig Albert, “The Good, The Bad, and the Grace of God” by Jep Robertson, and “Star Wars: the Empire Strikes Back: Original Radio Drama.”

New CDs: “We Love Disney,” and “Star Wars: the Force Awakens.”

New DVDs: “No Escape,” “Tomorrowland,” and “Minions.”

New TV Seasons: “The Big Bang” season 7.

We will be closed January 18 for Martin Luther King Day.

Happy Reading!!

Pam Metts, Director