Our latest audiobook additions contain selections sure to please those who enjoy keeping up with popular authors and the latest best sellers. Here are some of our newest titles: After You, by Jojo Moyes; The End Game, by Catherine Coulter (currently #9 on The New York Times Fiction Best Sellers list); The Girl in the Spider’s Web, by David Lagercrantz (the continuation of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium series; currently #2 on The New York Times Fiction Best Sellers list); Make Me, by Lee Child (currently #1 on The New York Times Fiction Best Sellers list) and Killing Reagan, by Bill O’Reilly.
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Our large print collection contains some terrific new additions. Here’s just a sample: Friction, by Sandra Brown; Lord of the Wings, by Donna Andrews; The Nature of the Beast, by Louise Penny; Speaking in Bones, by Kathy Reichs; and X, by Sue Grafton. Stop in and bring one – or more – home!
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Take advantage of September’s lovely weather by pulling up a chair – maybe on the porch or in the yard, under a shady tree – and enjoying some of September’s newest fiction selections. Some suggestions include Code Grey, by Clea Simon; Did You Ever Have a Family, by Bill Clegg; The Girl in the Spider's Web, by David Lagercrantz; Make Me, by Lee Child; Purity, by Jonathan Franzen; The Solomon Curse, by Clive Cussler; and Undercover, by Danielle Steel.
Thursday, September 10, 2015
One of our new fiction selections for September is A Lesson in Hope, by Philip Gulley. Mr. Gulley is a Quaker writer and speaker who has published more than twenty books, including the Hope series (A Lesson in Hope is the second in that series) and the popular Harmony series. If you’re a fan of novels about small towns, or enjoy the writing of authors like Jan Karon and Garrison Keillor, you might want to give his books a try. Some suggestions include not only A Lesson in Hope, but also A Place Called Hope (the first book in the Hope series), Home to Harmony (the first book in the Harmony series), and the nonfiction Front Porch Tales.
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Perhaps it’s because we all remember our school days, but there’s something about early September that always feels like a time of new beginnings. We’re acknowledging that feeling with our new lobby book display, “Here’s to a happy and healthy September.” You’ll find all sorts of books there, from exercise tips to healthy eating ideas to books on health concerns. Check one or more of these books out, and get your September off to a happy and healthy start!