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2009-04-23 / Community News

Giddings Library News Corner

by Loree Rost

Many Giddings Public Library patrons check out spoken word CD's of the latest books because they listen to them when walking, driving, etc. The newest CD's are Dark Of Night by Suzanne Brockmann, The Brass Verdict by Michael Connelly, Scarpetta by Patricia Cornwell, Fire And Ice by Julie Garwood, The Associate by John Grisham, Blood Sins by Kay Hooper, Dark Summer by Iris Johansen, Rough Weather by Robert Parker, Run For Your Life and Cross Country by James Patterson, A Good Woman by Danielle Steel, Murder Inside The Beltway by Margaret Truman and the non-fiction Grants, Business Plans, and RFPs Quick Start.

Burn Out by Marcia Muller, wife of author Bill Pronzini, features San Francisco private eye investigating a case of murder and betrayal in California's high desert country. Muller's husband, Bill Pronzini, has written The Other Side Of Silence, a thriller that happens in Death Valley.

Silks by Dick Francis and his son, Felix Francis, is about horse racing in England. The plot involves murder, violence, threats and intimidation at the racetrack and in a courtroom battle.

Alex Kava's chilling thriller, Exposed, features FBI Criminal profiler, Maggie O'Dell facing a serial killer using a deadly virus to kill. This suspense novel will definitely keep the reader's interest to the very last page.

The Library is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturdays. Story Time happens every Wednesday for children 3-6 from 10:30 to 11 a.m.

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