2011-02-10 / Community News

Giddings Library News Corner

by Judy Belyeu

Patrons of the Giddings Public Library will want to read The Centurion’s Wife by Davis Bunn and Janette Oke. Facing the prospect of an arranged marriage to Alban, a Roman soldier assigned to uncover the truth behind rumors of a political execution gone awry. Leah is secretly commissioned by the governors’ wife to also discover what really has become of this man. Something Borrowed by Emily Griffin, in paperback, will have you laughing, crying, and calling your best friend. After a night of indiscriminate parting, Rachel sleeps with a close friend’s fiancĂ© and is consumed with guilt, until the intensity of her feelings forces her to make a difficult choice.

Blood Vines by Erica Spindler details Alex Clarkson’s worst nightmares that are about to come true. As she travels to Sonoma, California to unearth her mysterious past, she finds herself racing to discover the connection between her terrifying visions and a string of ritualistic murders. Once In A Blue Moon by Eileen Goudge, in hardback, is an emotionally charged family drama focusing on two sisters and their turbulent lives and loves. Separated in childhood and sent to foster homes after their neglectful mother’s imprisonment, sisters Lindsay and Kerrie Ann are reunited in adulthood and help each other through the fiercest battles of their lives despite differences.

Game Over by Fern Michaels is a stunning new novel in her Sisterhood series. Attempting to secure the pardon promised to them by the new president, the women of the Sisterhood make plans to evade the Secret Service and infiltrate the White House. Cure by Robin Cook is another sensational story of medical intrigue where medical examiner Laurie Montgomery must solve a crime and save her son’s life. Knit In Comfort by Isabel Sharpe is a wonderful novel of friendship and knitting. A woman discovers that secrets can’t be kept forever.

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