2013-01-03 / Community News

Giddings Library News Corner

by Judy Belyeu

The Giddings Public Library offers interesting large print books. Rainshadow Road is another Friday Harbor novel by Lisa Kleypas. The main character is Lucy Marinn who is a glass artist living in mystical, beautiful Friday Harbor, Washington with a boyfriend named Kevin. Lucy is blind sided by the most bitter kind of betrayal when Kevin leaves her for her own sister.

Cat’s Claw by Susan Wittig Albert is a Pecan Springs Mystery about Police Chief Shelia Dawson. She believes the death of Pecan Springs computer guru, Larry Kirk, is a suicide, perhaps triggered by his painful divorce. Fall From Grace by Richard North Patterson is about Adam Blaine as he arrives in Martha’s Vineyard to attend the funeral of his estranged father. His father, Ben, has left behind a string of secrets, in addition to a distraught widow and his aloof mistress, Carla Pacelli.

Death Of A Kingfisher by M. C. Beaton takes place in the village of Braikie. Police Constable Hamish Macbeth investigates incidents of vandalism and violence that is trying to lure tourists to its newly “Fairy Glen.” The Limpopo Academy of Private Detection by Alexander McCall Smith introduces Precious Ramotswe . Her formidable talents are put to the test of a mysterious disciplinary problem at her adopted daughter’s school. The Scoop by Fern Michaels introduces the Godmothers, four women who are about to get a new lease on life. The Godmothers help Teresa “Toots” Loundenberry pull some strings to keep her daughter employed among Hollywood’s elite.

Agony Of The Leaves by Laura Childs is about Theodosia Browning. She discovers the body of her ex-boyfriend while catering an event at the Charleston Aquarium. She begins an investigation, despite the belief of emergency responders that his death was an accident.

Cinnamon Roll Murder by Joanne Fluke is a Hannah Swensen Mystery with Recipes. The keyboard player for a jazz band is murdered and Hannah investigates and comes up with several local suspects.

A big thank you to everyone who attended our Open House in celebration of 10 years.

Don’t forget to have a cup of coffee before you enter the library.

Library Hours:

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

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