2010-06-18 / School

Giddings Library News Corner

With summer approaching, there will be plenty of time to read, so the Giddings Public Library will be the place to go to checkout a book. Try The Deep Blue Sea For Beginners by Luanne Rice and enjoy an unlikely love affair that reshapes the meaning of devotion.

There Goes The Bride by M. C. Beaton is an Agatha Raisin mystery. Double Identity by Robert Spoede, a Texas A & M graduate, is set in Germany during World War II. Pocket Piece Cameo: A Love Story by Rob Costelloe is a love story set in Pennsylvania.

Try reading the three Heather Creek Farm stories-Every Sunrise by Tricia Goyer, April’s Hope by Robert Elmer, or On The Right Path by Diann Hunt.

Riverside Park by Laura Van Wormer is the story of an urban family in a stirring plot of love denied, love revealed; and love remembered.

House Rules by Jodi Piconet is about a family torn apart by an accusation of murder. Shem Creek by Dorothea Benton Frank is set in South Carolina in a corner of our planet that is known for contemplation and healing.

Some other new books are Ice by Linda Howard, Sweet Waters by Julie Carobine, Divine Misdemeanors by Laurel Hamilton, The Hadrian Memorandum by Allan Folsom, Lakeshore Christmas by Susan Wiggs, Tasting Fear by Shannon McKenna, Noah’s Compass by Ann Taylor, Black Friday by Alex Kava, Undone by Karen Slaughter, and Where The Heart Leads by Kim Vogel Sawyer.

Library Hours: 10:00am – 6:00pm Monday –

Friday 10:00am – 1:00pm Saturday

Closed Sunday

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