2012-07-05 / Community News

Giddings Library News Corner

The Giddings Public Library has a good selection of large print books and CD’s.
by Judy Belyeu

The Next Always by Nora Roberts is Book 1 in the Trilogy of The Inn Boons Borro. In this book Beckett, who is busy turning the town’s historic hotel into a bed and breakfast, is also developing an interest in the single mother who runs the bookstore across the street.

A Christmas Homecoming by Anne Perry is a mystery fiction about Caroline who is traveling up the Yorkshire coast with her husband and his acting troupe. Caroline, the mother of Charlotte Pitt, anticipates their arrival at the famed fishing village which was the landing site of Count Dracula in Bram Stocker’s tale and develops an awareness about inviting and disallowing evil.

Prey by Linda Howard (not in large print) introduces the character Angie Powell who is forced to relocate her successful camping and tour guide company when she is trounced by a new competitor. Angie struggles with her attraction to her rival while finishing one last trip that turns unexpectedly treacherous.

Killing The Blues by Robert Parker is any Jesse Stone investigation. Jesse investigates a violent series of car thefts that is complicated by political pressures.

Bonnie by Iris Johansen reveals how Eve Duncan dedicates her talents to protecting other children and helping families to find closure while searching for her own daughter’s killer. Late Edition, Book 3, by Fern Michaels reveals how Toots and the Sisters travel to Charleston where they search for the murderer of Ida’s late husband, and try to protect Ida from a similar fate. Other large type books with CD’s are: Explosive Eighteen by Janet Evanovich; Victory And Honor by W.E.B. Griffin; The Drop by Michael Connelly; Justice by Karen Robards; Sleepwalker by Karen Robards and Painted Ladies by Robert B. Parker.

Bridge classes are starting Tuesday, September 11, 2012 from 1:00 P. M. – 5:00 P. M. for 7-8 weeks.

Our Summer Reading Program is in full swing. Be sure and bring your children or grandchildren in to be a part of the exciting program.

Library Hours:

10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday – Friday
10:00 am – 1:00 pm Saturday
Closed Sunday

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