2011-09-01 / General Stories

Giddings Library News Corner

By Judy Belyeu

We have an abundance of good books at the Giddings Public Library. Stop by and check us out. Ima Hogg: The Governor’s Daughter, a biography written by Virginia Bernhard, describes the history of Texas as well as that of this extraordinary Texas woman. Mystery: An Alex Delaware Novel, in CD also, focuses on the investigation of a brutal murder of a woman seen at a restaurant.

Other books of interest are: I’ll Walk Alone by Mary Higgins Clark; Ship Killers by Thomas Wildenberg and Norman Polmar; The Jungle, in CD also, by Clive Cussler; The Bone Yard by Jefferson Bass; Scones and Bones by Laura Childs; The Illumination by Kevin Brockmeier; Mint Juleps, Mayhem And Murder by Sara Rosett; The Moonlight Earth by Christopher Rice; Keep A Little Secret by Dorothy Garlock; Live Wire, in CD also, by Harlan Coben; The Fifth Witness, in CD also, by Michael Connelly; The Executor, in CD also, by Jesse Kellerman; Save Me, in CD also, by Lisa Scottoline; Lucid Intervals, in CD also, by Stuart Woods and The Teaberry Stranger by Laura Childs.

Some of our large print books are: The Black Cat, in CD also, by Martha Grimes; Take Three, in CD also, by Karen Kingsbury; The Telling, in CD also, by Beverly Lewis; Toys, in CD also, by James Patterson; 44 Charles Street, in CD also, by Danielle Steel; Chasing Fire, in CD also, by Nora Roberts; Family Storms by V. C. Andrews; Without A Grave by Marcia Talley; Full Circle by Susan Rogers Cooper; Home Free by Fern Michaels; City Of Dreadful Night by Peter Guttridge; The Vengeance Trail by J.D. Kincaid; Damage by John Lescroart and The Last Gate by Orson Gate Card.

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10:00am – 1:00pm Saturday

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