Library Notes for December 28, 2022
The library staff and board of directors would like to wish everyone a Happy & Healthy New Year!
“The book is called Opportunity, and the first chapter is New Year’s Day.” ~Edith Lovejoy Pierce, poet
Pam’s Pick this week is: “Theft of an Idol” by Dana Stabenow, this is the story of Cleopatra. When Cleopatra’s most beloved actress disappears, her new Eye of Isis must solve a case that will lead to the darkest corners of Alexandria.
New Fiction: “Clive Cussler’s the Sea Wolves” by Jack Du Brul, “Dawnlands” by Philippa Gregory, this is the third book in the Fairmile series, “The Serpent in Heaven” by Charlaine Harris, this is the fourth book in the Gunnie Rose series, and “W.E.B. Griffin’s the Devil’s Weapons” by Peter Kirsanow, this is a Men at War series novel.
Large Print: “The Guns of C.C. Ellis” by Ralph Cotton, this is the first book in the Long Riders series.
New Christian Fiction: “Love Conquers All” by Linda Byler.
New Mystery: “A World of Curiosities” by Louise Penny.
New Biography: “Waxing On: the Karate Kid and Me” by Ralph Macchio.
New Non-Fiction: “On Asking God Why” by Elisabeth Elliot, “2000 Mules” by Dinesh D’Souza, “Taunton’s Wiring Complete: Includes Home Charging Electric Vehicles” by Michael McAlister, and “The Last Campaign: Sherman, Geronimo and the War of America” by H.W. Brands.
New Audio Books: “Hunting Time” by Jeffery Deaver, and “Wyoming Homecoming” by Diana Palmer.
New Movies: “Blood Alley,” and “Merry Madagascar.”
New TV Season: “The Flash” season 5.
Happy New Year’s Reading!
Pam Metts, Director