Giddings Library News Corner
The Giddings Public Library has so many different kinds of books on hand that it is no problem making a selection. Sciencefiction fans can check out Dust To Dust by Heather Graham or Dark Slayer by Christine Feehan. Big Red by Jim Kjelgaar is a thrilling story about a magnificent dog and his enemy bear.
Hell’s Gate by Stephen Frey is a thriller about a litigator who goes west to start a new life in the Big Sky Country. Trust Me by Jeff Abbott is a novel about the war on terror. Other fiction books are Eye Of The Whale by Douglas Carlton Abrams, A Christmas Promise by Anne Perry, and A Plague Of Secrets by John Lescroart.
Stained Glass by Ralph McInerny threatens the existence of St./ Hilary’s Church when a killer comes forward. I Can See You by Karen Rose is a suspense novel where the line between the real world blurs when it comes to murder. The Siege by Stephen White and The Summer Kitchen by Lisa Wingate are two other choices.
In the non-fiction section, Whales Passing tells about killer whales and their beauty and fascination. Betrayal: The Life And Lies Of Bernie Madoff is about the man who realized that he could have everything he wanted if he simply lied to the people who trusted him the most.
Prophecy by Sylvia Browne has eye-opening predictions about our nation and the world. Other interesting and informational books are Game Change, Hercolubus or Red Planet, When Bad Things Happen by Kay Arthur, A Scientific Search For Religious Truth by Phil Mundt, and Prayers That Avail Much For Daily Living Wills by Germaine Copeland.