New materials available at John L. Street Library
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“Ah sweet mystery of life at last I’ve found you”…what I found is a few mysteries left over from my column last week. So here goes with left over…PLUS “Pam’s Picks.”

Left over Mysteries:

“Busy Body” by M. C. Beaton, this is an Agatha Raisin mystery. Agatha and the Carsly Ladies Society are unhappy that Health and safety office has banned Christmas decorations as unsafe. Then the office chairman turns up dead.

“Spider’s Web” by Margaret Coel, this is a Wind River Mystery with Vicky Holden and Father John O’Malley.

“Charming Quirks of Others” by Alexander McCall Smith, this is an Isabel Dalhousie novel.

“Portobello” by Ruth Rendell,

“Wicked Witch Murder” by Leslie Meier, this is a Lucy Stone mystery.

Pam’s Picks: “Cross Fire” by James Patterson, Alex Cross is back and is getting married. Kyle Craig is back too, and he is out to get Mr. and Mrs. Cross.

“Playing the Game” by Barbara Taylor Bradford, this is an explosive novel about one woman’s journey to success.

New Christian Fiction: “Lydia’s Charm” by Wanda Brunstetter, the story of an Amish widow who starts over in Charm, Ohio.

Speaking of leftovers, could I interest my readers in a few new Cookbooks? I love to just set and read cookbooks.

“Brownie Lover’s Bible” by Lisa Slater, this book has over 100 recipes.

“Double Delicious” by Jessica Seinfeld, this book has good and simple recipes for busy lives.

“River Cottage Bread Handbook” by Daniel Stevens,

“Amish Cook’s Anniversary Book” by Lovina Eicher,

“Jamie’s America” by Jamie Oliver, this book has recipes with an easy twist on great American classics.

Audio Books on CD: “This Time Together” by Carol Burnett, and That Perfect Someone” by Johanna Lindsey.

New DVDs: “Christmas in Wonderland,” “Hachi: A Dog’s Tale,” and “The Dog Who Saved Christmas.”

Holiday Closings: The library will be closed Friday and Saturday, Dec. 24 and 25 for the Christmas Holidays. The library will be closed Friday and Saturday, Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 for the New Year’s Holidays.

Merry Mysteries, Merry Cooking and Merry Christmas!

The Cadiz Record’s Library Notes feature is submitted by John L. Street Library Director Pam Metts.
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