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2012-09-13 / Community News

Giddings Library News Corner

by Judy Belyeu

The Giddings Public Library finishes our reviews for our Word Wrangler Festival. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to meet our authors.

Shadow of the Moon by Rachel Hawthorn aka Lorraine Heath is about Hayden who was born a werewolf known as a Dark Guardian. Her ability to sense the feelings of fellow werewolves made her life unbearable. She Tempts The Duke by Lorrain Heath is about three young heirs, imprisoned by an unscrupulous uncle, escaped—to the sea, to the streets, to faraway battle—awaiting the day when they would return to reclaim their birthright.

King Cotton: Coach Cotton Robinson and the Buna Boys’ Basketball Legacy by Fred B. McKinley and Charles Breithaupt is a story of inspiration that carries the reader on an extraordinary journey. At the end, one comes away with what it feels like to be part of a basketball dynasty. Vigilare: Where One System Fails, Another Never Gives Up is book 1 of a trilogy. Detectives Gina DeLuca and Tony Gronkowski investigate a string of murders among Vauguard’s most loathsome population, rapists and pedophiles. Chained by Lynne Kelly Hoening is about ten year old Hasten who leaves his desert village in India to work off a family debt.

New Beginnings on the Yegua by Sheryl Kleinschmidt is a continuing story about the Johnson family who live on the Yegua Creek in Lee County. They are still haunted by the spirits centuries before – the Tonkawa Indians. Life cannot continue until the mystery is solved. Montana Mist by Doug Hiser takes place in the remote wilderness of Montana, is a story of a man shaped by the mystery of his past and the complication of his future, while the adventure of his heart threatens to destroy his solitary precious world of mountain, wolverine, moose, elk and wolf. Roxie’s Angels by Judianne Lee is about Roxie Rayburn’s journal as it takes the reader on a two year glimpse into the life of a teenager from the fifties living in a small town in Arizona. Darkness Before Dawn by J.A. London is a story about a seventeen –yearold Dawn Montgomery, the daughter of slain delegates to ruling vampire Lord Valentine. As she becomes the new delegate, she finds herself falling in love with Valentine’s kindhearted son. She risks her life when she is drawn into their dangerous political game.

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