November New Book Releases

The midnight line – Lee Child – Spotting a woman’s West Point class ring in a Wisconsin pawn shop, Jack Reacher understandably wonders what happened to her. That leads him into the great empty spaces of Wyoming, conflict with a nasty biker gang, and more. Every breath you take – Mary Higgins Clark – “Queen of Suspense” […]

 

New DVDs at the Library

A Ghost Story – In this singular exploration of legacy, love, loss, and the enormity of existence, a recently deceased, white-sheeted ghost returns to his suburban home to try to reconnect with his bereft wife. Girls Trip – When four lifelong friends travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival, sisterhoods are rekindled, wild sides are […]

 

November is National Novel Writing Month

The Library has many great programs lined up for both teen and adult writers. Getting Started on Your Novel with Beth Rodgers Wednesday, November 1, 7 p.m.  Registration is required & begins October 1.  For teens and adults.  Professor and author of Freshmen Fourteen and Sweet Fifteen,  Beth Rodgers, will help get you on track and organized to start […]

 

Nobel Prize for Literature 2017

Congratulations to Kazuo Ishiguro for his contribution to great literature.  Featured writings include The remains of the day, Buried giant and Never let me go.  Check out his works in our catalog today!

 

October New Book Releases

Origin – Dan Brown – What’s Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon up to next? With the felicitous mix of art, religion, science, history, and lots of symbols that made The Da Vinci Code such a craze, he’s investigating the collision of two of humankind’s most pressing questions. Manhattan beach – Jennifer Egan – The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of […]

 

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