Tuesday, May 26, 2009


LEFT TO DIE by Lisa Jackson: Montana detectives Selena Alvarez and Regan Pescoli, hoping for a career-making case, get more than they bargained for when they are called upon to find a serial killer who orchestrates accidents, seduces the victims, and then leaves them to die in the woods.

JUST TAKE MY HEART by Mary Higgins Clark: Natalie Raines, one of Broadway's brightest stars, accidentally discovers who killed her former roommate and sets in motion a series of shocking events that puts more than one life in extreme peril.

by William Kent Krueger: When an explosion kills the night watchman at a lumber mill near the Anishinaabe tribe lands, it's obvious where suspicion will fall. Former Sherriff Cork O'Connor agrees to help investigate but has mixed feelings because he is part Anishinaabe and his wife is a lawyer for the tribe.

FATALLY FLAKY by Diane Mott Davidson: Colorado caterer Goldy Schulz, planning a wedding reception for a spoiled bride who has decided to change the location to the Gold Gulch Spa, investigates the death of a family friend who died in a suspicious car accident and uncovers a link between the man's death and research being conducted at the spa.

DARE TO DIE by Carolyn Hart: The Darlings are unprepared when the arrival of a mysterious young woman shocks their sea island and stirs up more than just gossip. Things take a turn for the worse when Annie befriends Iris and invites her to attend a party where Death shows up too.

TURN COAT by Jim Butcher: Harry Dresden, a professional wizard who consults with the police on cases involving the supernatural, is not always in good standing with the magical ruling body, the White Council, so he takes a big risk when he agrees to help Morgan, a veteran Warden with the Council who has been accused of treason and needs a place to hide while trying to clear his name.

WORMWOOD by Susan Wittig Albert: China takes a needed vacation in a Shaker community. The restored modern version of the village is plagued with misfortune and strife -- possibly from sabotage. After a shocking death, China will plunge into the archives of another time to connect the sins of the past with a modern-day murder.

THE CHINA STUDY by Colin T. Campbell: Presents the results of a monumental study of diet and death rates from cancer in more than 2,400 Chinese countries and explains the study's significance and what it reveals about the implications of poor nutrition.

THREE CUPS OF TEA by Greg Mortenson: Greg Mortenson recounts the experiences he had while trying to help impoverished villages in Pakistan's Karakoram Himalaya build schools for their children.

AIN’T NO RAG by Charlie Daniels: Charlie Daniels is very patriotic and expresses thoughts about liberalism, Hollywood, anti-war crowds and the political correctness faze.

ENGAGING THE MUSLIM WORLD by Juan Cole: A leading American expert on the Islamic world seeks to dispel many of the persistent myths about Islam and the Middle East. Cole convincingly demonstrates why one should not confuse Muslim activism with hidebound fundamentalism.

by Joseph C. Lemay: An autobiography of Joseph C. LaMay, an Alliance, Nebraska citizen. Also includes his artwork and his ancestors' history.

Preventative care, disease treatments & emergency procedures for promoting the well-being of your beef or dairy herd, includes discussions on bacterial, viral and protozoal diseases, weather-related problems, parasites, nutrition and much more.

BASIC BASKET MAKING: A complete guide to tools and materials; covers basic techniques from weaving spokes to making a basket base; illustrated steps with full color photographs.

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