Tuesday, July 3 John L. Street Library Notes
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Let’s start off the 4th of July with a big Bang! “Pam’s Pick” for this week is everyone’s favorite. “11th Hour” by James Patterson, this is a Woman’s Murder Club novel. The “club” chases a movie star who might be a serial killer. I don’t want to spoil the story by giving too much detail.

New Fiction: “Stay Close” by Harlan Coben, the story of three living lives they never wanted and hiding secrets of long ago. Finding the past never really fades away.

“Missing Child” by Patricia MacDonald, this is the story of a missing child, a secret past, and every parent’s worst nightmare.

“Eyes of Justice” by Lis Wiehl with April Henry, this is a Triple Threat novel. Cassidy, Allison, and Nicole are the triple threat team who fight for justice every day. They are a group to be reckoned with. What happens when one of them is murdered?

“Elegy for Eddie” by Jacqueline Winspeare, this is a Maisie Dobbs novel. Maisie takes on her most personal case yet when a London street peddler is brutally killed. Maisie must move between the working class neighbors and London’s highest circles of power to solve the crime.

“Glow” by Jessica Maria Tuccelli, this is a breath taking Georgia Mountain epic. In the fall of 1941, Amelia McGee, Cherokee-Scotch-Irish descent working for the NAACP sends her daughter, alone on a bus to Georgia. Ella runs into trouble and is saved by Willie Mae Cotton, a wise root doctor and former slave, and her partner, Mary-Mary Freeborn.

New Large Print: “In Every Heartbeat” by Kim Vogel Sawyer, “Half-stitched Amish Quilting Club” by Wanda E. Brunstetter, “Innocent” by David Baldacci, and “Kissing Comfort” by Jo Goodman.

New Non-fiction: “Art of Intelligence” by Henry A. Crumpton, lessons from a life in the CIA’s Clandstine service.

“Secrets of the FBI” by Ronald Kessler, this is a treasure trove of revelations in this page turner.

“Never Say Never” by Ricki Lake, this is her story of finding a life that fits.

“The Amateur” by Edward Klein, this is the story of Barack Obama in the White House.

New Cookbook: “Quick & Easy Cookbook” by American Heart Association.

New Quilt Book: “Collection of the National Quilt Museum” this book was donated by the Trigg County Quilter’s Quild, who have a quilt in this book along with Mrs. Margaret Rudd, from Cadiz. The quilts in this book are amazing.

New Audio Books on CD: “Spring Fever” by Mary Kay Andrews, “Cinnamon Roll Murder” by Joanne Fluke, and “Death Benefits” by Robin Cook.

New CDs: “Tailgates & Tanlines” by Luke Bryan, and “Halfway to Heaven” by Brantley Gilbert.

New DVDs: “One for the Money,” “Dolphin Tale,” “Mrs. Miniver,” and “In the Line of Fire.”

New TV Season: “CSI: The Complete First Season.”

Ms. Cheryl has Summer Reading fun planned for all ages. Starting next week, July 11 and every Wednesday through Aug. 1 will be Summer Reading for 2 – 12 year olds. July 27 will be Middle School Summer Reading. And so the adults will not be left out on Saturday, July 28, will be the Adult Summer Reading. So stop by and get signed up! Happy Reading!

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