Well, my mystery cup runneth over so here are a few more! But first, “Pam’s Picks” two books of betrayal. “Rules of Betrayal” by Christopher Reich, a husband discovers the truth about his double agent wife, and must try the save her.
“Betrayed” by Robert K. Tanenbaum, District Attorney Butch Karp is drawn deep in a courtroom game of politics, power, lies, and murder. “Pam’s extra Picks” The Frankenstein series by Dean Ray Koontz, books 1-4. “Prodigal Son,” City of Night,” “Dead and Alive,” and “Lost Souls.”
New Fiction: “Murder in the Air” by Bill Crider, this is a Dan Rhodes mystery. Sheriff Rhodes has his hands full. First two local authors decide to write about him in their novels and the town is in an up raw about the fowl smell in the air. But when Lester Hamilton the owner of the chicken farm is found in the old rock pit Rhodes knows it is no accident.
“The Black Cat” by Martha Grimes, this is a Richard Jury mystery. An unidentified woman is found outside of the Black Cat a local pub and the only witness is a black cat. But the cat is not talking. Richard learns the woman was an escort and when other escorts are murdered Richard thinks he has a serial killer on his hands. But with the help of his dog Mungo the case will be solved.
New Large Print Fiction: “Same Sweet Girls” by Cassandra King, “Garrett” and “Austin” books 2 & 3 for the McKettricks of Texas series by Linda Lael Miller.
New Large Print Westerns: “Forgotten Range” by Robert J. Horton, “Circle C Move In” by Brett Rider, and “Holster Law” by Bradford Scott.
New Non-fiction: “Stretching” by Bob Anderson, with new computer stretches that can be done sitting at the computer.
New Audio Books: “Grave Surprise” by Charlaine Harris on Playaway, and “Notorious” by Iris Johansen on CD.
New CDs: “Save Me, San Francisco” by Train, and “Plastic Beach” by Gorillaz.
New DVDs: “Diary of a Wimpy Kid,” “The Back-up Plan,” and “The Book of Eli.”
We would like to take this time to introduce our new Bookmobile Driver, Lucy Ryan. She lives in Trigg County with her husband and four sons. She is very excited about the bookmobile and is looking forward to serving the patrons of Cadiz and Trigg County. Welcome, Lucy! If you would like the Bookmobile services please call Lucy at 522-6301.
The Cadiz Record’s Library Notes feature is submitted by John L. Street Library Director Pam Metts.