Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Book Worm - November 4th

Stop by and check out one of these new titles!


THE SHACK by William P. Young: After Missy is abducted during a vacation and evidence of her murder shows up at a shack in the forests of Oregon, Mackenzie Philips, Missy's father, receives a strange note inviting him to return to the scene of the tragedy where he wrestles with nightmarish religious questions.

THE ROGUE by Danielle Steel: Maxine Williams' amicable divorce from her husband, Blake, has allowed them to remain friends, taking frequent vacations together while Blake still enjoys his fun-loving lifestyle but when Maxine falls in love with another man, her relationship with Blake is forced to change, causing Blake to wonder if he is ready to give Maxine up for good.

DEATH ANGEL by Linda Howard: Drea Rousseau, a beauty with a taste for the finer things in life, is forced to run after betraying her boyfriend, crime lord Rafael Salinas, who sends the Assassin after her, and when fate intervenes to give her another chance, she teams up with the most dangerous man she has ever met, risking her life and heart to bring Salinas down.

THE ASSASSIN by Stephen Coonts: Special agent Tommy Carmellini attempts to infiltrate a group of political leaders in order to find the person responsible for leaking key information to Al Qaeda leader Abu Qasim and track down Qasim before the terrorist can unleash further destruction on the world.

SILKS by Dick Francis: Defense lawyer Geoffrey Mason agrees to counsel jockey, Steve Mitchell, who has been accused of killing another rider and soon finds himself involved in a web of lies and violence.

THE STORY OF EDGAR SAWTELLE by David Wroblewski: A tale reminiscent of "Hamlet" that also celebrates the alliance between humans and dogs follows speech-disabled Wisconsin youth Edgar, who bonds with three yearling canines and struggles to prove that his sinister uncle is responsible for his father's death.

THE DANGEROUS DAYS OF DANIEL X by James Patterson: Fifteen-year-old Daniel has followed in his parents' footsteps as the Alien Hunter, exterminating beings on The List of Alien Outlaws on Terra Firma, but when he faces his first of the top ten outlaws, the very existence Earth and another planet are at stake.


IT’S GETTING UGLY OUT THERE by Jack Cafferty: The author presents a series of uncensored remarks on everything from his perception of government politicians, the two-party system, the war in Iraq, and illegal immigration.

DEWEY bBoldy Vicki Myron: A small kitten was stuffed in the library book drop and found by the director, Vicki Myron. Gradually it won the hearts of the staff, then the town, then the state and so on to become know around the world. For nineteen years, he charmed people and became more than a friend.

THE AMERICAN HISTORY COOKBOOK by Mark H, Zanger: Traces the history of American cooking through commentary and recipes, featuring fifty chronologically arranged chapters on historical themes and topics, covering a period that ranges from 1200 through the 1970s, each with step-by-step instructions for three or more recipes.

MY PERSONAL BEST by John Wooden: John Wooden describes his life, from a farm boy in Indiana to an award-winning basketball coach for the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), where he worked for twenty-seven years, and examines all of the people who influenced his life, including his father, wife, students, and players.

DISPATCHES FROM THE EDGE by Anderson Cooper: News correspondent Anderson Cooper offers an inside look at some of the political, military, social, and natural crises that have defined modern times, sharing the experiences he had while covering events around the world.

DEAR MR. PRESIDENT LETTERS TO THE OVAL OFFICE: Presents a collection of letters and correspondence sent to various presidents of the United States while they served in office, from George Washington to Bill Clinton.

NATIVE UNIVERSE VOICES OF INDIAN AMERICA: Presents a collection of illustrated photographs depicting the art and cultures of native peoples of the Western Hemisphere from ancient times to the twenty-first century.

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