John L. Street Library Notes for Aug. 15
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Yes, the library is open with beautiful new carpet! We are all very excited and very glad it is over. We still have a few things out of place but everything will be back to normal soon. So come in and see the how good everything looks! And check out one of “Pam’s Picks.”

New Fiction: “Backfire” by Catherine Coulter, this is an FBI thriller. FBI agents Savich and Sherlock receive news of the attack as an ominous note is delivered to Savich at the Hoover Building: YOU DESERVE THIS FOR WHAT YOU DID.

Security tapes fail to reveal who delivered the tapes. Who is behind the shooting of Judge Ramsey Hunt? Who sent the note to Savich? And what does it all mean?

“Summerland” by Elin Hilderbrand, this is the story of secrets kept, promises broken, hearts betrayed. the students of Nantucket High have gathered for a bonfire on the beach. But what begins as a graduation night celebration ends in tragedy after a horrible car crash leaves the driver of the car, Penny Alistair, dead, and her twin brother in a coma.

“Friends Forever” by Danielle Steele, this is the unforgettable journey of friends. Five children meet on the first day of kindergarten. In the years that follow, they become friends and more than friends. Together, they will find strength, meet challenges, face life’s adventures, endure loss, face stark realities, and open their hearts.

“Heartbroken” by Lisa Unger, the story of three women on a collision course.

“The Ranger” by Ace Atkins, this is a Quinn Colson novel. Army Ranger Colson returns home to discover the truth, not only about his uncle, but about his family, his friends, his town, and himself.

“Burning Midnight” by Loren D. Estleman, this is an Amos Walker mystery. Walker is caught in the middle of gang war when a friend asks him to rescue a friend from a gang.

“Spilled Blood” by Brian Freeman, this is a thriller about two rural Minnesota towns locked in a deadly feud, and a teenage girl caught in the crossfire.

“The Watchers” by Jon Steele, this is the story of three lives with one purpose. To save what’s left of paradise before all hell breaks loose.

New Christian Fiction Trilogy: The Orphan Trains Trilogy by Al and Joanna Lacy. “The Little Sparrows,” “All My Tomorrows,” and “Whispers in the Wind.”

New Non-fiction: “Cast of Characters: Lost & Found” by Max Lucado, this book retells the stories of some of characters of the Bible, including Jairus, Jacob, Cornelius, Noah, Isaiah, and Job.

“Dinner: a Love Story” by Jenny Rosenstrach, this is a cookbook/story combination. It all started at the Family Table.

“The Healthy Baby Meal Planner” by Annabel Karmel, this book has over 200 quick, easy and healty recipes for your baby and toddler.

“Discounts, Deals & Steals: For Those Over 50 Who Don’t Want to Pay to Play” from Reader’s Digest, this book has over 1937 hidden discounts and freebies to help with travel, entertainment, and much more.

“The Fingerpicking Technique Bible for Guitar” by Phil Capone, this is the ultimate guide for beginners.

Biography: “Growing Up Amish: A Memoir” by Ira Wagler, this is the true story of one man’s quest to discover who he is and where he belongs.

New Audio Books: “I, Michael Bennett” by James Patterson, “Little Night” by Luanne Rice, “Poison Flower” by Thomas Perry, and “Peter Pan” by J.M. Barrie.

New CDs: “Metals” by Feist, and “Passive Me, Aggressive You” by The Naked & the Famous.

New DVDs: “Contraband,” “Joyful Noise,” “The Searchers,” and “The Lorax.”

New TV Season: “The Cosby Show” First Season.

New Display: In the display case this month are Piggy Banks. This wonderful collection since childhood is by Shae Light Latham. Stop by and check out the Little Pigs Little Pigs!!

Beginner Computer Class: Monday, Aug. 20, at 10 a.m. Happy Reading!

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