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Wednesday, April 3, 2013 • Posted April 4, 2013

The Friends of the Library Book and Bake Sale starts this Saturday! The sale is open from 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. on Saturday and 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. on April 8, 9, and 10. The proceeds are given to the library for buying books, DVDs, and other materials. So, please, help us out and get a bargain for yourself!!


El sometimiento de la mujer vi John Stuart Mill (S 302 MIL)

“Este es uno de los textos que sentaron las bases de la emancipación de la mujer y su incorporación a la sociedad civil en pie de igualdad con el varón, y que habría de ver sus mayores logros.”

La Mujer del Coronel vi Carlos Alberto Montaner (S F MON)

“Nuria, una atractiva psicóloga cubana de cuarenta años, es la mujer del coronel Gómez, un tipo duro y heroico al que ama. Pero en un breve viaje a Italia, adonde acude a dictar una conferencia, su vida dará un vuelco radical tras conocer al profesor Martinelli.

Jr. Fiction/Young Adult:

Trapped by Michael Northrop (YA NOR)

Fragments by Dan Wells (YA WEL Par.2)

How to Lead a Life of Crime by Kirsten Miller (YA MIL)


The Pawn by Steven James (F JAM Bow.1)

“Special Agent Patrick Bowers never met a killer he couldn’t catch—until now. He finds himself caught in a deadly game with a cunning and lethal serial killer calling himself The Illusionist.”

The Rook by Steven James (F JAM Bow.2)

“While investigating a series of baffling fires in San Diego, Special Agent Patrick Bowers is drawn into a deadly web of intrigue where nothing is as it appears to be.”

Death Along the Spirit Road by C. M. Wendelboe (F WEN Spi.2)

“FBI agent Manny Tanno is back in Pine Ridge. Some things haven’t changed—his former rival, now in charge of the tribal police, is just as bitter ever. Manny is on his own in hunting down a cold-blood killer.”

A Safe Place for Dying by Jack Fredrickson (F FRE Dek.1)

“An extortion letter demanding $50,000 arrives at one of Chicago’s wealthiest gated communities. It seems harmless enough—until a mansion explodes. Dek used to live there with his multimillionaire wife, but she threw him out. He is bankrupt of everything but attitude, so he takes the case.”

Honestly, Darling, You’re Dead by Jack Fredrickson (F FRE Dek.2)

“A lawyer calls Dek Elstrom with a fast, $700 deal, so Dek heads up north. Instead of finding an easy-to-close estate; however, he finds blood and the markers of a shattered life, and even worse, links to his darkest past.”

The Chance by Karen Kingsbury (F KIN)

“The day before a teenage Ellie moved away, she and her best friend Nolan wrote letters to each other and buried them. The plan was to return eleven years later to dig them up. Ellie has abandoned her faith, but Nolan, now an NBA star, shows his face to the entire nation. The coming date may be more than just a childhood promise.”

When Jesus Wept by Bodie and Brock Thoene (F THO Jer.1)

“The first in a new series, this novel brings alive the turbulent circumstances in Judea during Jesus’ ministry, highlighting the friendship between Jesus and Lazarus.”

Scratchgravel Road by Tricia Fields (F FIE)

“It was pure luck that police chief Josie Gray spotted the abandoned car. If she hadn’t stopped to investigate, she’d never have found the young woman, lying nearly dead of heatstroke on the sand, and the corpse of an older, Mexican man beside her.”

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