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Wednesday, November 7, 2012 • Posted November 7, 2012

Our first grandchild was born on October 23, so I wasn’t able to be here for our Open House that evening. I want to especially thank Nancy Scholibo and Isabel Galindo for coming to the rescue and helping to make the evening a success. I’ve had much positive feedback and appreciate everyone who came. Hopefully, I’ll see you in the library again having a cup of coffee or cocoa, checking out a good book, magazine, movie, a CD book, or even using Rosetta Stone, the copy machine, or the FAX.

NEW ARRIVALS: (All quotes are from publishers’ summaries)

Heaven Is Waiting (Christian)

That Evening Sun (Christian)

Madmen Season 5

People Like Us (Christian)

Atlas Shrugged

Mr. Destiny/Hello Again/Taking Care of Business

Tender Mercies

The Sixth Sense

The Passion

Patch Adams

Audiobooks:

The Lost Years by Mary Higgins Clark (CD F CLA)

The Time Keeper by Mitch Albom (CD F ALB)

Non-Fiction:

A Dog Named Boo by Lisa J. Edwards (636.7 EDW)

Who’s in Charge by Michael S. Gazzaniga (612.82 GAZ)

Junior:

Captain Underpants and the Big, Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy Part 2 by Dav Pilkey (JF PIL Cap.7)

The Mark of Athena (Heroes of Olympus #3) by Rick Riordan (JF RIO Oly.3)

Lincoln’s Last Days: The Shocking Assassination That Changed America Forever by Bill O’Reilly and Dwight John Zimmerman (J 973.7092 ORE)

Fiction:

The Bone Bed by Patricia Cornwell (F COR Sca.20)\

“A woman has vanished while digging a dinosaur bone bed in the remote wilderness of Canada. Somehow, the only evidence has made its way to the inbox of Boston’s Chief Medical Examiner Kay Scarpetta; she has no idea why.”

The Panther by Nelson DeMille (F DEM)

“If you like CIA, FBI, and terrorist plots, you’ll love this tale—a chilling reminder of how vulnerable we still are despite all our homeland security measures.”

Summer Breeze by Nancy Thayer (F THA)

“. . . the wonderfully moving story of three women who forge a unique bond one sun-drenched summer on New England’s Dragonfly Lake.”

Sleep No More by Iris Johansen (F JOH Dun.12)

“When her mother asks Eve to find a missing friend, Eve Duncan wants to help but is sure her mother is hiding something.”

The Hollow Man by Oliver Harris (F HAR)

“Detective Nick Belsey wants out of London and out of the endless complications of his life. When Alexei Devereux, a wealthy hermit, vanishes, leaving behind a suicide note and his Porsche, Belsey discovers an opportunity—a new identity and a fortune—waiting for the taking.”

Big Sky Mountain by Linda Lael Miller (F MIL Big.2)

“Hutch Carmody knows there are some things money can’t buy: like the heart of loving, ladylike divorcee Kendra Shepherd.”

The Racketeer by John Grisham (F GRI)

“Given the importance of what they do, the controversies that often surround them, and the violent people they sometimes confront, it is remarkable that in the history of this country only four active federal judges have been murdered. Judge Fawcett has just become number five.”

The Wedding Quilt by Jennifer Chiaverini (F CHI Elm.18)

“As the wedding day of Sarah McClure’s daughter approaches, she confides in her mother a single wish—‘a wedding quilt, one I made myself’—Sarah yearns to grant it.”

North to the Salt Fork by Ralph Compton (WF COM)

Hiram Sawyer has designs on every inch of cattle range in the surrounding territory, and he isn’t about to let ex-Reb Jack Starr steal the heart of the widow whose ranch he covets.”

The Sins of the Mother by Danielle Steel (F STE)

“Every woman makes choices. And no one has made more difficult choices than Olivia Grayson. The enormously successful businesswoman missed out on much of her children’s lives. Now she faces the past, tries to balance the present, and make amends where due, while still running her business.”

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