2011-01-06 / Community News


By Judy Belyeu

The Giddings Public Library is ordering more CD’s along with hardback books because many of our patrons are checking out CD’s. Bad Blood by John Sandford , in hardback and CD, is full of suspense, when a murder suspect commits suicide after his arrest for killing a soybean farmer, Virgil Flowers uncovers a multi-generation, multi-family conspiracy involving a series of monstrous crimes. Worst Case by James Patterson, in hardback and CD, involves the investigation of a kidnapper who is murdering the children of wealthy New York families. Detective Michael Bennett and FBI agent Emily Parker discover that the killer has hatched an elaborate plot to decimate the entire city.

Deliver Us From Evil by David Baldacci, in hardback and CD, returns with his most surprising, heart-stopping and timely thriller to date. Shadowy operative named Shaw and Reggie Campion, a woman working for a secret vigilante group, must work together in a deadly duel of nerve and wits against a surprising enemy, in a struggle that leads them around the world at a breakneck pace. Queen Of The Night by J.A. Jance, in hardback and CD, brings back the Walker family in a multilayered thriller in which murder past and present connect the lives of three families. Veil Of Night by Linda Howard, in hardback and CD, is a novel of romantic suspense. Linda Howard invites us to an elaborate wedding—one in which rings will never be exchanged, kisses will never be shared, and the bride will never see the light of day, because a killer has been waiting in a veil of night. Think Twice by Lisa Scottoline, in hardback and CD’ makes you question the nature of evil: is it born in us or is it bred? After her evil twin sister, Alice, drugs her, leaves her for dead, and steals her life, Bennie must convince everyone she’s ever cared about that she is the real Bennie, and not the deranged twin.

Beautiful Malice by Rebecca James, in hardback and CD, unfolds a haunting story in which people, motives, and circumstances are never what they seem. To escape the media attention generated by her sister’s murder, a grieving seventeen-year-old Australian girl moves away and meets a vibrant new friend who harbors a dangerous secret.

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