New Titles at the Library:

New at the Library this week:

 

We have several new additions to our shelves again this week. Here is a quick review of some of them.

We have just finished adding several large print books by Linda Lael Miller.  Stop by and pick up a book or two…enjoy some light romance.

 

The first book in the set by Thrity Umrigar is now in …”Space Between Us” ….Description from Amazon… vividly capturing the social struggles of modern India in a luminous, addictively readable novel of honor, tradition, class, gender, and family. A portrayal of two women discovering an emotional rapport as they struggle against the confines of a rigid caste system.

The new Jack Reacher novel is in… ”Blue Moon”.   “This is a random universe,” Reacher says. “Once in a blue moon things turn out just right.”      This isn’t one of those times.” From Amazon

“Home Invasion” by William W. Johnstone.  “ Home, Texas. Two men break into the house of an elderly couple. Guns are fired. Blood is spilled. When one of the intruders sues the victim—and wins—the good people of Home take the law into their own hands. Their battle, though, is just beginning. In a stunning case of backward justice—the U.S. President decides to make the town a test case to strike down the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution: Ban all guns in Home, Texas. And to enforce it, the newly formed national police force is sent in.”  From Amazon

Some additions to a few of our series:

Antique Shop Mysteries…new title in the series….”Deadly Prospect”

Mysteries of Lancaster County…new title in series…”Plain Beauty”

Meg Langslow Mystery…new title in series…”Owl be Home for Christmas”

No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency Novel…new title….”To the Land of Long Lost Friends”

”Night Fire” is a new mystery from Michael Connelly.

“Bob Dylan in America” by Sean Wilentz is an interesting biography of one of our “neighbors”.  Bob Dylan was born Robert Allen Zimmerman in St. Mary’s Hospital on May 24, 1941, in Duluth, Minnesota, and raised in Hibbing, Minnesota.

Rod Nelson has been a columnist for the “Farm and Ranch Guide” magazine for many years.

“Up Sims Creek” (name of his column)  is  a recent book addition to our North Dakota section.

The book contains the first 100 columns Mr. Nelson wrote.

Catherine Crier has researched the Scott Peterson case and has written a book, “A Deadly Game: the untold story of the Scott Peterson Investigation”

“The New Wild West” by Blaire Briody explores the new dynamics in Williston, North Dakota.

From the book jacket….”definitive account of what really happens to a community when the energy industry is allowed to set up in a town with little regulation or oversight –and at what cost.

Are there any artists out there?  We have two new art books that might be helpful. “Drawing People: How to portray the clothed figure” by Barbara Bradley and “Drawings on the Artist Within” by Betty Edwards.

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