Wednesday, July 17, John L. Street Library Notes
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The other day I heard someone talking about Christmas in July. So when Kim told me some of the new Christmas craft books were in, I thought the library could have Christmas in July.

So “Pam’s Picks” this week are the New Christmas Craft Books: “Christmas from the Heart” by Better Homes & Gardens, “Gooseberry Patch Christmas,” and “Christmas with Southern Living 2013.” Happy Christmas in July!

My fiction “Pam’s Pick” is of course “Second Honeymoon” by James Patterson. The FBI is after a pair of serial killers whose victims all have one chilling thing in common: they’re on honeymoon.

New Fiction: “The Other Typist” by Suzanne Rindell, this story is part mystery part comedy. Rose Baker can send a person away for life in prison with just a touch of the keys. A typist in a New York City Police Department precinct, Rose is like a high priestess.

“The Ocean at the End of the Lane” by Neil Gaiman, this is a moving story of memory, magic, and survival. When a middle-aged man returns to his childhood home for a funeral he remembers frightening childhood memories relating to the neighbor girl who promised to protect him from the darkness unleashed by a suicide at the pond at the end of their street.

“The Edge of the Earth” by Christina Schwarz, this is a magical story of secrets. Trudy leaves the comforts of home and family for love. She and her husband take a job at a lighthouse. ⌘Where she finds secrets hidden between the sea and the fog.

“The Eye of God” by James Rollins, this is a Sigma Force novel. Commander Pierce and Sigma joined by a pair of Vatican historians race to uncover a truth tied to the fall of the Roman Empire.

“The Wrong Man” by David Ellis, criminal defense attorney Jason Kolarich returns in this new novel. As Jason races to find the truth in time to save his client, he finds himself in a mystery involving the Mob. Can he save his client and himself?

“One Heart to Win” by Johanna Lindsey, this is the story of hidden identities, family secrets and a family feud. Tiffany is sent to the Montana Territory to marry a family enemy in hopes of ending a feud. But can she marry a man who is in love with another woman?

“Tell Me” by Lisa Jackson, this is an electrifying thriller. Blondell O’Henry was convicted of killing her teenage daughter twenty years ago and wounding her two younger children. Nikki was the girl’s best friend, and Nikki’s uncle was Blondell’s lawyer. Now Nikki probes the O’Henry family past to get to the truth. She encounters many secrets-and someone who’s willing to kill to keep those secrets hidden.

New Christian Fiction: “A Cowboy’s Touch” by Denise Hunter, this is a Big Sky Romance. Abigail only intends to spend the summer with her Aunt Lucy, but can a tender hearted cowboy get her to stay?

“A Vow for Always” by Wanda Brunstetter, this is a Discovery: A Lancaster County Saga, book 6. Luke’s memory is coming back little by little. Can Luke make it home before it’s too late?

New Large Print: “The Typewriter Girl” by Alison Atlee, this is a historical romance. Betsey is a young woman at the turn-of-the-century England who finds love and independence at a seaside resort.

“The Apple Orchard” by Susan Wiggs, this is a heartwarming story of a young woman who discovers a new life of simple pleasures. Tess Delaney has inherited an apple orchard in California from a grandfather she never knew and that she shares it with a half-sister. For the first time in her life she can say she is happy.

New Non-fiction: “Anger Management for Everyone” by Raymond Chip Tafrate, PH.D., this book has the seven proven ways to control anger and live a happier life.

“Social Dance: Steps to Success” by Judy Patterson Wright, this book includes an instructional DVD with audio tracks to help teach you all the moves.

“You’re So Invited” by Cheryl Najafi, this book will help you have the perfect party, with everything from decorating to recipes.

“Coping with Vision Loss” by Cheri Colby Langdell, PH.D, this book will help you with understanding the psychological, social, and spiritual effects and help you to learn strategies that enable the visually impaired to live full lives.

“Manhunt” by Peter L. Bergen, this is the story of the ten year search for Bin Laden from September 11th to his take down in Abbottabad.

“The Feud: The Hatfields & McCoys” by Dean King, this is the story of two frontier families struggling to survive.

New Quilt Books: “The Civil War Anniversary Quilts” by Rosemary Youngs, this book was donated by the Trigg County Quilters Guild in memory of Sam Tucker. Thank you so much for this special donation.

“Baskets: New Quilts from an Old Favorite” edited by Linda Baxter Lasco, this book was donated by the Trigg County Quilters Guild, too. Thank for this donation.

New Biography: “I Invented the Modern Age: the Rise of Henry Ford” by Richard Snow, this is the story of how Ford’s farming childhood and early adult life made his character and led to his desire to create an automobile.

New Audio Books: “The 9th Wife” by Tami Hoag, “Six Years” by Harlan Coben, and “A Step of Faith” by Richard Paul Evans.

New CDs: “The Hurt and the Healer” by Mercyme, and “A Thousand Little Things” by Point of Grace.

New DVDs: “Cloud Atlas,” The Last Stand,” and “Jack the Giant Slayer.”

New TV Season: “CSI” season two.

Don’t forget about Summer Reading! Every Wednesday in July at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Teen Summer Reading, Aug. 3, from 1 – 3 p.m. And the Adult Summer Reading all month long prizes awarded Aug. 1. Stop by and check it all out! Happy Summer Reading!

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