2013-01-24 / Community News

Giddings Library News Corner

By Judy Belyeu

The Giddings Public Library continues to offer a variety of good reading materials. Be sure and check out our periodicals also.

Some of our latest books will hold your interest and make for a good read. The Wolf Gift by Ann Rice is another mesmerizing tale about werewolves. A young reporter on assignment is attacked and bitten by an unknown beast in rural Northern California and begins a terrifying seductive transformation into a being with a dual nature of both man and wolf. The Hope Vendetta by Scott Mariana is about former SAS operative Ben Hope. He reluctantly joins the search for a friend’s missing archaeologist daughter on the Greek island of Corfu, where he learns that the missing woman had just made a discovery with links to the Book of Revelation. Chasing the Sun by Tracie Peterson is about Hannah Danridge. She is desperate to help run the ranch that her missing father recently acquired on the Texas plains. She forms an uneasy truce with William Barnett, who is desperate to regain his family’s land—the ranch that Hannah is struggling to keep running.

Where Azaleas Bloom by Sherryl Woods explores the healing power of love strong enough to join two wounded families. Fireproof by Alex Kava (in CD also) is a gripping, action packed thriller featuring Special Agent Maggie O’Dell leading the search for a serial arsonist whose psychotic tendencies threaten Maggie close to home. Secrets of the Fire Sea by Stephen Hunt is a rollicking tale of high adventure. Hannah flees for her life and struggles to solve her murdered guardian Alice’s ancient riddles in the company of two unconventional detectives.

Some other good books are: Apocalypse by Troy Denning; Bloodstone by Paul Doherty; Bared To You by Sylvia Day; AD Eternum by Elizabeth Bear; Shear Murder by Nancy J. Cohen; Trouble at High Tide by Jessica Fletcher and Donald Bain and The Scottish Prisoner by Diana Gabaldon.

There is coffee in the foyer. Please help yourself.

Library Hours:

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

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