2012-04-12 / Community News

Giddings Library News Corner

by Judy Belyeu

If you need something to read, stop by the Giddings Public Library to check out some good books and CD’s . Murder By Macha by Cleo Coyle is another one of the coffeehouse mystery books. Coffee shop manager Claire Cosi investigates the murder of a website editor, after the launch of online sales for a java love potion called “ Mocha Magic Coffee” made with her own Village Blend coffee beans. A Murder In Tuscany by Christopher Kent leads the reader from one possible perpetrator to the next. As Sandro Cellini comes to grips with the realities of life as a private detective, an old case comes back to haunt him, when circumstances of the death of Loni Meadows seem less than accidental.

The Miser Of Cherry Hill by Scott Mackay is the second book in the new historical mystery series featuring Dr. Clyde Deacon. Cold Vengeance by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child is another mystery fiction about Special Agent Pendergast who chases the killers of his wife, Helen. In this chase from Scotland to New York City and the bayous of Louisiana, he discovers that Helen may have been a collaborator in her own death. V Is For Vengeance, in hardback and CD, by Sue Grafton tells about Kinsey Millhone receiving a facial punch that leaves her with a broken nose and two black eyes before she tackles a suspicious suicide involving a host of unscrupulous characters. Zero Day, in hardback and CD, by David Baldacci is about combat veteran John Puller, now working as an investigator for the Army’s Criminal Investigation Division. He tries to solve the murder of an Army man and his Pentagon contractor’s wife, in their isolated rural home.

The library has many other good books available for patrons to check out: My Side Of The Mountain by Jean Craighead George; Bannon Brothers: Trust by Janet Dailey; Kill Alex Cross, in large print and CD, by James Patterson; Adrenaline by Jeff Abbott and Cotton Bales, Goatmen And Witches by Bradley Turner and Mark Burdine.

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Monday – Friday
10:00am – 1:00pm Saturday
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