Books and Reading
Information to help you find a book to read.
The library's new arrivals for the month of November:
“The Racketeer,” by John Grisham. In this Grisham’s most recent best seller an ex-lawyer who is in prison knows who murdered a federal judge and want to exchange this information for his freedom.
“Gone Girl,” by Gillian Flynn is a mystery that surrounds the disappearance of a woman on her fifth anniversary and her husband’s hand in it.
“Sharp Objects,” by Gilllian Flynn a murder mystery surrounding a reporter who is sent to a small town in Missouri to cover the story of a possible serial killer. The reason she's given the story is because the murders happened to take place in her hometown.
“The Bone Bed,” by Patricia Cornwell is the 20th Scarpetta mystery and in this one Scarpetta must investigate the disappearance of a paleontologist and the connection to crimes much closer to home.
“Merry Christmas Alex Cross,” by James Patterson. Alex Cross must try and juggle a family Christmas and save Washington DC from a terrorist.
“Live by Night,” by Dennis Lahane takes place in the 1920’s during prohibition when a poor young man had the opportunity to gain power.
“Winter of the World,” by Ken Follett is the 2nd book in the Century Trilogy five interrelated families from five countries grapple with the historical events of the years 1939-1949. In the nonfiction category we have
“Proof of Heaven,” by Eben Alexander the author who's a neurosurgeon describes his journey into the afterlife.
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The love of learning, the sequestered nooks,
And all the sweet serenity of books.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807 - 1882)