2011-12-15 / Community News

Giddings Library News Corner

By Judy Belyeu

The Giddings Public Library has a number of good fiction and nonfiction books for our patrons to read. The Shirt On His Back by Barbara Hambly takes place in the Rockies. Benjamin January must find out who the murderer is when a corpse is discovered in the untamed Rockies. Lone Star Legend by Gwendolyn Zapeda finds Sandy posting her chats online. As she introduces the world to her personal Eden, her own life heads for trouble. The Priest’s Graveyard, in hardback and CD, by Ted Dekker is about two abandoned souls who are on the hunt for one powerful man. Soon, their paths will cross and lead to one twisted fate bound by a perilous love. Smokin’ Seventeen, in hardback and CD, by Janet Evanovich is about Stephanie Plum and her quest to find a killer before she is the next target. The Last Days Of Ptolemy Gray, in hardback and CD, by Walter Mosley involves an investigation by Ptolemy Gray into his own past, his apartment and circumstances surrounding his grand-nephew’s death in a drive-by shooting. Escape by Barbara Delinsky finds Emily Aulenbach languishing in her career as a business lawyer after relinquishing her dream to defend victims of corporate abuse. She abandons her husband and returns to New Hampshire where she spent a watershed college summer. Bones Of A Feather by Carolyn Haines is about private investigator Sarah Booth Delaney who investigates the sorted past of a woman’s family and faces a difficult choice when the woman herself goes missing.

Some other fiction books are: The Silver Boat by Suanne Rice; Heat Wave by Nancy Thayer and Break The Skin by Lee Martin.

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