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2011-11-10 / Community News

Giddings Library News Corner

by Judy Belyeu

The Giddings Public Library has many good books for the pleasure of our readers. 10th Anniversary by James Patterson tells us about detective Lindsay Boxer and how she finally gets married. A missing newborn and a series of violent attacks push the Women’s Murder Club back to full throttle before the wedding gifts are even unwrapped. Trust Me by Jeff Abbott involves the kidnapping of Luke Dantry at gunpoint. They’re Watching by Gregg Andrew Hurwitz is about Patrick Davis who is receiving mysterious DVDs that reveal he and his wife are being stalked, a situation that is thrown into further turmoil by a mysterious e-mail offer of assistance. Breaking Out Of Bedlam by Leslie Larson is about the vengeful octogenarian widow, Cora Sledge who reveals the tragic events that shadowed her marriage and the birth of her child. The Sixth Man by David Baldacci is in large print. Edgar Roy, an alleged serial killer, is awaiting trial. He faces almost certain conviction. In a terrifying confrontation that will push Sean and Michelle to their limits, the duo may be permanently parted.

Other good books are: The Floor Of Heaven by Howard Blum; The Scent Of Rain And Lightning by Nancy Pickard; The Profession by Steven Pressfield; Quinn by Iris Johansen; Eve by Iris Johansen; The Kingdom by Clive Cussler; Caleb’s Crossing by Geraldine Brook; Science Fair Season by Judy Dutton; The Borgia Betrayal by Sara Poole; The Informant by Thomas Perry; Strip by Sara Poole; Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders by Rajeev Peshawaria; Kiss Her Goodbye by Mickey Spillane; A Drop Of The Hard Stuff by Lawrence Block; Mobbed, in hardback and CD, by Carol Higgins Clark; Trader Of Secrets, in hardback and CD, by Steve Martini; Two Kisses For Maddy by Matt Logelin; One Summer, in hardback and CD, by David Baldacci; Bloodmoney by David Ignatius and The Bear In A Muddy Tutu by Cole Alpaugh.

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10:00am – 1:00pm Saturday
Closed Sunday

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