Giddings Library News Corner
We have a variety of good books at the Giddings Public Library. The Sooner The Better by Debbie Macomber, in paperback, is about a fatherdaughter relationship. Lorraine Dancy embarks on a life of adventure, danger, and passion where she finds her long-lost father, gets framed for stealing an invaluable relic, and flees to Mexico, where she meets sexy renegade Jack Keller. Another paperback Bedeviled Eggs by Laura Childs is another Cackleberry mystery. This mystery serves up another delicious whodunit featuring friendship, murder and one spectacular breakfast after another.
The Cruel Ever After by Ellen Hart is another Jane Lawless mystery. The intrepid Jane Lawless tackles a personally complicated case when her exhusband returns to Minneapolis and wakes up next to the dead body of an art collector. The Owl Hunt by Richard Wheeler is a Barnaby Skye Novel. When a dour fifteen-year-old Shoshone is prompted by a total eclipe to rename himself after a dreaded totemic bird and stirring discontent on the Wind River Reservation, schoolteacher Dirk, the son of Barnaby Skye, struggles to mediate a dangerous uprising. The Final Reckoning by Sam Bourne is a mystery about the Holocaust survivors. Investigating the shooting of a seemingly innocent man by a U.N. security guard, Tom Byrne discovers that the victim is the latest in a chain of hundreds of unexplained deaths linked to a powerful World War II brotherhood. The Left-Handed Dollar by Loren D. Estleman is the twentieth Walker novel. Hired by a corrupt lawyer to investigate an old mafia murder attempt on the life of his best friend, private detective Amos Walker reluctantly follows a string of vague leads in Detroit’s underworld.
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