April 10 John L. Street Library Notes
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While April showers may bring May flowers. April is National Gardening Month.

My first Non-fiction Pick this week is “Annuals, Perennials & Bulbs for Your Home” by Anne Halpin, this book will help you design, plant and maintain your garden. It is also Nation Autism Month, so my second Non-fiction pick is: “Autism” by Dr. Robert Melillo, this is the scientific truth about preventing, diagnosing, and treating Autism.

“Pam’s Fiction Pike” is “The Boyfriend” by Thomas Perry. Retired LAPD detective Jack Till reluctantly takes a case of a murdered escort. When he finds out other strawberry blonds in other cities he knows he is looking for a serial killer.

New Fiction: “A Time for War” by Michael Savage, this is a powerful new thriller. The United States is under secret attack, and only Jack Hatfield, a popular television host suspects the danger is a lethal conspiracy. With the help of Dover Griffith, the two race to locate the new Ground Zero and save their country from the greatest threat it’s ever faced.

“That Night on Thistle Lane” by Carla Neggers, this is a Swift River Valley novel. Phoebe meets Noah at a gala masquerade ball. Phoebe is captivated by his good looks, Noah is very wary of women. When the two meet again at first they do not recognize each other. And neither is sure they can trust the magic of the night they shared. Can they find the courage to be more than friends?

“Clay” by Jennifer Blake, this is a Louisiana Gentleman novel. Matt Benedict died before he knew Janna was expecting. Now their daughter needs a kidney and Janna will stop at nothing to get her one. Matt’s twin brother Clay is drawn into a deadly game, one that threatens to destroy everything he holds dear.

“Benediction” by Kent Harup, this is the story of life and death, and the ties that bind. Lorraine’s father is dying and has come home to help her mother make his final days as comfortable as possible. Can she also help her mother with the pain of losing her husband too?

“Six Years” by Harlan Coben, this is a modern suspense that explores the depth and passion of lost love and the secrets and lies at its heart. Jake is searching for the woman who broke his heart, who lied to him, who puts his very life at risk as it dawns on him that the man he has become may be based on a carefully constructed lie.

New Science Fiction: “Bloodfire Quest” by Terry Brooks, this is the second book in the Dark Legacy of Shannara. The quest for the long-lost Elfstones has drawn the leader of the Druid order and her followers into a series of great challenges. Freedom is closer than they know but it may be at a terrifying price.

New Mystery: “Poppy Done to Death” by Charlaine Harris, this is an Aurora Teagarden mystery. ⌘Aurora “Roe” will have to use all her southern wiles to investigate a murder within her own family.

New Christian Fiction: “The Guardian” by Beverly Lewis, this is the third book in the Home to Hickory Hollow series. When Jodi comes to Hickory Hollow and the world of the Old Order Amish she is in search of answers. Will she find them?

“The Key on the Quilt” by Stephanie Grace Whitson, this is the first book in the Quilt Chronicles. Ellen was never going to leave Kentucky, but when she married she and her husband moved to Nebraska. Can she find her purpose and make friends in the new place?

“A Texan’s Honor” by Shelley Gray, this is book two in the Heart of a Hero series. U.S. Marshal Will McMillan must risk his undercover mission to rescue Jamie Ellis. Will it cost him his life too?

New Biographies: “Lucky Me: My Life With and Without My Mom, Shirley MacLaine” by Sachi Parker. This is the story of Sachi growing up as the only child of Shirley MacLaine. Her mother believed in reincarnation and extraterrestrials but not necessarily parenthood.

“A Photographic History of The Beatles” by Tim Hill, this book will take you back in time to “Beatlemania,” to the hay day of the Beatles and they’re lives beyond.

New Non-fiction: “American Whitetail: Deer Hunting Tips & Resources” by Terry F. Townsend, this book is everything you need to know about whitetail deer hunting.

“Storm Kings: “The Untold History of America’s First Tornado Chasers” by Lee Sandlin, this is the story of how Samuel Stone saw a cloud appear in the northwestern sky, on May 8, 1680 to the present.

“The Secrets of Happy Families” by Bruce Feiler, this book will help you to improve your mornings, and family dinners, go out and play more as a family.

“Seasoned Cooking of Kentucky” by Kentucky Monthly Magazine, this is a collection of recipes to fit every season of the year.

“Spy the Lie” by Philip Houston, Michael Floyd, and Susan Carnicero, these former CIA officers will teach you how to detect if a person is telling the truth or not.

New Travel Books: “Fodor’s England 2013,” “Fodor’s France 2013,” and “Fodor’s Italy 2013.”

New Audio Books: “Private Berlin” by James Patterson, and “Kinsey and Me: Stories” by Sue Grafton.

New CDs: “El Camino” by The Black Keys, and “The Wanted.”

New DVDs: “Anna Karenina,” “Carolina Moon,” and “Strawberry Shortcake Berry Brick Road.”

New TV Season: “Three’s Company” first season.

Computer Class: Email Class will be Monday, April 22, at 10 a.m. Call to sign up.

Book Signings: Tausha Wadlington Ware will be here April 20, from 9 a.m. – 12 noon in the basement of the library to sign her book, “Money Slave.” This is a self-help to help you get out of debt. She is a native Trigg Countian. Happy Reading!

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