“The Beach Street Knitting Society And Yarn Club” by Gil McNeil
“Barefoot” by Elin Hilderbrand
“Good Grief” by Lolly Winston
“Gabriel’s Angel” by Nora Roberts
“The Last Summer (of You & Me)” by Ann Brashares
“The A.B.C. Murders” & “The Secret Adversary” both by Agatha Christie
Plus many more great books available for check out at your library!!
“The Girl on the Train” is a mystery and suspense novel by Paula Hawkins. It follows the lives of three women – Rachel, Anna, and Megan – and the events surrounding Megan’s murder, ultimately bringing the lives of the three women together. Each day, Rachel takes the train to work in London, heading past the town of Witney. There, she can see her old house, where her ex-husband, Tom, and his new wife, Anna, live, and she can also see the home of another married couple a few houses down. Rachel becomes endeared by this couple, whom Rachel nicknames Jess and Jason. They appear to have the perfect life, and Rachel is both jealous of, and happy for them. One day, she discovers that Jess is having an affair, and this enrages her. Rachel has no idea how someone could cheat on someone as seemingly perfect as Jason. When Jess goes missing, Rachel is sure that the man she saw cheating with Megan is the culprit. She thus involves herself in the investigation, going to great lengths to try to get to the bottom of things. (from bookrags.com)
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Read the book before you see the movie!!
Love a mystery novel? Well the library has many new titles added to its adult fiction collection by these authors:
Mary Higgins Clark
Stop by and check out one of these new books by your favorite author!
Recent books added to the library’s collections include:
Louis L’Amour- “Bowdrie’s Law” & “Catlow”
Max Brand- “The Galloping Broncos”
Adult Fiction Books:
Nora Roberts- “The Reef”
Robert B. Parker- “Night Passage”
Lolly Winston- “Happiness Sold Separately”
Jenna Blum- “The Stormchasers”
Meg Mitchell Moore- “The Arrivals”
Stephen Krensky- “We Just Moved!”
Frances Kennedy- “The Pickle Patch Bathtub”
Keith Baker- “Hide And Snake”
Stop by the library and check out these great books!!
Spalding Library recently received a donation of used DVDs and has added them to our DVD collection. These titles and many more are available for checkout!
Movies For Adults Include:
Movies For Kids Of All Ages Include:
Legends Of The Guardians: The Owls Of Ga’hoole
The Amazing Spider-Man
Do you like reading paperback novels? Well here are some of your favorite authors in paperback:
Sara Luck- “Under The Desert Sky”
Susan Mallery- “Evening Stars” (A Blackberry Island Novel)
Sherryl Woods- “Treasured” (A Perfect Destinies Novel)
Danielle Steel- “Precious Gifts”
Walter Kirn- “Up In the Air”
Diane Chamberlain- “The Secret Life Of CeeCee Wilkes”
Recent donations of mystery books include:
Lee Child’s- “One Shot” & “Die Trying” ( Jack Reacher novels)
Heather Graham’s- “Killing Kelly”
“The Death Dealer”
“The Dead Room’
“Dead On The Dance Floor”
“Picture Me Dead”
Carol Goodman- “The Seduction Of Water”
Kim Luke’s- “Circle Of Sun” & “Black Inferno” (Books #1 & #2 of a series)
John Lescroart- “Nothing But The Truth”
One beautiful summer afternoon, Jody Linder receives shocking news: The man convicted of murdering her father is being released from prison and returning to the small town of Rose, Kansas. It has been twenty-three years since that stormy night when her father was shot and killed and her mother disappeared, presumed dead. Neither the protective embrace of Jody’s three uncles nor the safe haven of her grandparents’ ranch could erase the pain caused by Billy Crosby on that catastrophic night.
Now Billy Crosby is free, thanks to the efforts of his son, Collin, a lawyer who has spent most of his life trying to prove his father’s innocence. Despite their long history of carefully avoiding each other in such an insular community, Jody and Collin find that they share an exclusive sense of loss.
As Jody revisits old wounds, startling truths emerge about her family’s tragic past. But even through struggle and hardship, she still dares to hope for a better future—and maybe even love. (from Amazon.com)
Nancy Pickard is a four-time Edgar Award nominee, most recently for her Ballantine debut, The Virgin of Small Plains. She is the winner of the Anthony Award, the Macavity Award, and three Agatha Awards. Her short stories have also won numerous accolades. Pickard has been a national board member of the Mystery Writers of America and president of Sisters in Crime, and she is a member of PEN. She lives in Merriam, Kansas. (from barnesandnoble.com)
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The next library book club meeting will be held at the Library, on Tuesday, September 6th at 5:00pm. The group will be discussing the novel “The Paris Wife” by author Paula McLain. This novel is a fictionalized account of Ernest Hemingway’s marriage to Hadley Richardson, the first of his four wives. Meet you at the library!