New Books 6/12/17

This week’s lineup includes books on how to stay healthy, how to live with cancer, how to find out what your cat is thinking, and how the Bible works, a memoir and a diary, an adventure, some short stories and more!   Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman A socially awkward, routine-oriented loner […]

New Books 6/5/17

Quests both new and old, the Korean War and the Bone Wars, relationships both meaningful and dysfunctional, and beautiful quilts are all just a library card away!   Assassin’s Fate by Robin Hobb Continuing their quest to save Fitz’s daughter and destroy the sinister order that threatens her, Fitz and the Fool confront the most […]

New Books 5/29/17

Your great beach reads are in, along with the latest Patterson, Steel, Kenyon, Child, Quick, Chevalier, Thayer, Lehane, Caputo, Turow, Nesbo and much, much more!   16th Seduction by James Patterson Still reeling from her husband’s betrayal, Lindsay Boxer investigates a wave of possibly unnatural heart attacks claiming the lives of seemingly unrelated victims while […]

New Books 5/22/17

Books by a noted historian and a noted scientist, personal reflections on books and on life, political views, and a long awaited best seller by the author of The Girl on the Train are the latest new books available at the library.  Read more. American Spirit by David McCullough A timely collection of speeches by one […]