Library Notes from January 27, 2016
Life is like a Book.
Some chapters sad,
And some exciting.
But if you never
Turn the page…
You will never know
What the next
“Pam’s Pick” this week is: “After She’s Gone” by Lisa Jackson, this is an explosive new thriller that delves deep into the bonds between two sisters and their shared dream that become a nightmare of madness, hatred and jealousy.
New Fiction: “The Guest Room” by Chris Bohjalian, “The Curious Case of Lady Latimer’s Shoes” by Stephanie Laurens, this is the fourth book in the Casebook of Barnaby Adair series, “Angels Burning” by Tawni O’Dell, “The Insect Farm” by Stuart Prebble, “Saving Laurel Springs” by Lin Stepp, this is a Smoky Mountain novel, “The Forgotten Soldier’ by Brad Taylor, this is a Pike Logan novel, “and Anything Goes” by Richard S. Wheeler.
New Christian Fiction: “The Painter’s Daughter” by Julie Klassen.
New Large Print: “A Blessing for Miriam” by Jerry S. Eicher, this is the second book in the Land of Promise series.
New Non-fiction: “How to Make Your Money Last: the Indispensable retirement Guide” by Jane Bryant Quinn, “The U.S. Navy: a Concise History” by Craig Symonds, “The Knot Outdoor Weddings: Fresh Ideas for Events in Gardens, Vineyards, Beaches, Mountains, and More” by Carly Roney, “Before and After Cancer Treatment: Heal Faster, Better, Stronger” by Julie Silver, “Super Bowl Gold: 50 Years of the Big Game,” “Fodor’s 2016 Washington, D.C.” and “America’s Great Storm: Leading Through Hurricane Katrina” by Haley Barbour.
New Biographies: “A Real American Character: the life of Walter Brennan’ by Carl Rollyson, and “The Life and Times of Mickey Rooney” by Richard Lertzman.
New Audio Books: “Robert Ludlum’s the Patriot Attack” by Kyle Mills, “Precious Gifts” by Danielle Steel, and “Plain Fame” by Sarah Price.
New CDs: “Traveller” by Chris Stapleton, and “Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn.”
New DVDs: “War Room,” Ricki and the Flash,” and “Matilda.”
New TV Season: “The Walking Dead” season 5.
Don’t forget to call and set up your Tax appointment 270-522-6301. Tuesdays and Thursday, Feb. 2-
Pam Metts, Director