“Pam’s Non-fiction Pick” is “American Sniper” this is the autobiography of the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history, Navy Seal Chris Kyle. He was feared so much he was called the Devil and had a bounty on his head.
My Fiction Pick, “Gun Games” by Faye Kellerman, this is a Decker/Lazarus novel. Decker and his wife Rena have welcomed 15-year-old Gabriel in their home. Soon they find themselves involved in a secret cabal of some of Los Angles’ most wealthy and vicious teenagers.
New Fiction: “Jefferson Key” by Steve Berry, a political mystery. What if the assassination of the four presidents of the U.S. has something to do with the Constitution? But why, and if so could there be more?
“The Look of Love” by Mary Jane Clark, this is a Piper Donovan mystery. Piper goes to Los Angles to create a dazzling wedding cake at an exclusive spa. Little does she know a guest of the spa will be brutally murdered.
“Celebrity in Death” by J. D. Robb, this is an Eve Dallas novel. Money, power, and fame can’t make you safe from danger, sometimes it makes life more dangerous.
“Dark at the End” by F. Paul Wilson, this is a repairman Jack novel. Jack is no longer bound by his promise to the dying former immortal, Glaeken. Things have changed and the time might be right for Jack to make his move.
New Christian Fiction: “Song of My Heart” by Kim Vogel Sawyer, the story of family devotion. Sadie has always been devoted to her family, so when it is time for her to leave home to seek work she finds it may give her the opportunity to use her God given singing talent.
New Non-fiction: “Below Stairs” by Margaret Powell, this is the classic kitchen maid’s memoir that inspired the television shows: “Upstairs, Downstairs” and “Downton Abbey.”
“Surviving Sexual Violence” by Thema Bryant-Davis, this is a guide to recovery and empowerment.
“Sexual Harassment and Bullying” by Susan Strauss, this is a guide to keeping kids safe and holding schools accountable.
New Quilt Books: “Innovative Fabric Imagery for Quilts” and “More Photo Fun” both by Cyndy Rymer, and both donated to the library by the Trigg County Quilter’s Guild. Thank you for that wonderful donation to our collection.
New Biography: “All That is Bitter and Sweet” by Ashley Judd, this is the story of her true calling: as a humanitarian and voice for those suffering in neglected parts of the world.
New Audio Books: “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” by Maya Angelou, “Down the Darkest Road” by Tami Hoag, and “Killing Lincoln” by Bill O’Reilly.
New CDs: “21” by Adele, “Torches” by Foster the People, and “Wasting Light” by Foo Fighters.
New DVDs: “Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows Part 2,” “Barbie: the Princess & the Pauper,” and “Trouble Along the Way.”
New Display: New in the display case this month is a beautiful display by WAG (Watercolor Artist’s Guild) of Trigg, Lyon, and Coldwell. These are the most amazing watercolor paintings. What a wonderful array of color, subjects, and artists. This is a must see for the month.
Computer Classes: Email Classes, March 19 and 26 at 10 a.m. call the library at 522-6301 to sign up.
We are still taking appointments for Free Tax Service. Call the library for an appointment. Happy Reading!
The Cadiz Record’s Library Notes feature is submitted by John L. Street Library Director Pam Metts.