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2010-06-04 / General Stories

Giddings Library News Corner

by Loree Rost

The Giddings Public Library always has a great selection of books to read. An easy to red light mystery is Dark Tiger by William Tappley. Set in a high grade fishing lodge in northern Maine, the plot revolves around murder and fishing.

Rain Gods by James Lee Burke happens in a small town near the Mexican border. Sidney Sheldon’s Mistress Of The Game by Tilly Bagshave continues the story of the Blackwell family and the multibillion corporation, Kruger-Bent, Ltd. Some other new fiction books are Get Real by Donald E. Westlake, Inspector Ghote’s First Case by H. R. F. Keating and Elvis And The Grateful Dead by Peggy Well.

In the non-fiction area can be found Michelle Obama, A Portrait Of The First Lady. This fascinating lady is shown in words and pictures from her girlhood to her current crucial role who often eclipses her husband.

Max Lucado of San Antonio is one of Christianity’s bestselling authors for both children and adults. The Christmas Child is a fiction book set in a small Texas town on Christmas Eve. You Are Special is a children’s tale about the small wooden people call Wemmicks.

The Great Gallery Of Ducks And Other Waterfowl has more than 500 color photographs that shows the beauty of American ducks that will be of interest to all sportsmen. Other new non-fiction books are Frederic Remington Artist Of The West, Drug Enforcement Administration, and Portraits Of Elk Hunting.

The Giddings Library is open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturdays from 10 until 1.

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