Tuesday, June 15, 2010


Large Print Fiction
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.

Nights of Rain and Stars by Maeve Binchy: A devastating fire on a tourist boat brings four strangers to a small Greek island village where they becomes friends, share their problems, and receive help from the wise Vonni, an Irish woman who came to the island thirty years earlier to follow her true love.

Mail-Order Bride by Debbie Macomber: Caroline Myers, having been left by her fiancé, agrees to accompany her aunts on a vacation to Alaska, and when she arrives, Caroline realizes the women have set her up to be the mail-order bride of Paul Trevor, which, at first, sounds like a horrible idea, until she meets the rugged Alaskan.

A Catered Birthday Party by Isis Crawford: Sisters Bernie and Libby Simmons, owners of A Little Taste of Heaven catering, are hired to cater a birthday party for Trudy, a dog, but the luncheon goes awry when Trudy's owner Annabel Colbert, a woman with a wealth of enemies, is poisoned at the party, leaving Bernie and Libby to find the killer.

Spinning Forward by Terri DuLong: Sydney Webster moves to a small island after her husband's death leaves her destitute and homeless, and, as she finds a new direction in her life and opens her own knitting and yarn shop, she uncovers the truth about her past and learns to accept her future.

Ciao Bella by Gina Buonaguro: For Graziella, the quiet, cultured life she lived in Venice with her musician husband, Ugo, was everything she could have hoped for, but when Italy allied itself with Nazi Germany in 1940, her world changed forever.

Bar 20 by Clarence E. Mulford: Texan Hopalong Cassidy could fan a gun every bit as well as Billy the Kid. Not a soul in Texas could beat him, until he met Slim Travennes. No man could stand against him and live. Hoppy could stand or die. He had no other choice.

North to Texas by Noel Loomis: Texas Rancher Roy Talley's opportunity to build a fortune becomes a chance to avenge the murders of his brothers who were Union Sympathizers killed during the bloody Mueces Massacre.

The Savage Breed by Randy Denmon: A decade after they fought for Texas, Travis Ross and Chase McAlister plunge into the brutal madness of the Mexican American War. Amid the fighting and suffering, they discover how much has changed, how has remained the same, and that in the furious fight for survival they've made the most dangerous enemy of all.

Curing the Blues with a New Pair of Shoes by Dixie Cash: After someone steals the blue suede shoes on display at Hogg's Drive-in, which were there to honor Elvis Presley's birthday, Debbie Sue Overstreet and Edwina Perkins-Martin agree to help Salt Lick's sheriff nab the thief.

The Secret of Everything by Barbara O’Neal: Tessa Harlow leads hiking tours for adventurous vacationers. while researching for a possible future tour, she begins having nightmares.

Murder at Longborn by Tracy Kiely: Invited to join her Aunt Winnie for a How to Host a Murder Party on New Year's Eve at Winnie's new Cape Cod B and B, Elizabeth Parker must unearth old secrets and new motives in order to clear her beloved aunt of suspicion when the local wealthy miser ends up the unscripted victim.

West of the Tularosa by Louis L’Amour: A collection of three stories that have been restored according to how they first appeared in their initial serial publication in magazines.

The Dry Gulcher by Wayne D. Overholser: Justin Albright planned to stampede his huge Skull herd through Maroon Canyon into the rich grassland beyond just to see the handful of settlers trampled into their land. But Dan Matson and the brave valley ranchers weren't going to take that abuse lying down.

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