by Dee Hare, Librarian
More new fiction is arriving daily at the library! Recent additions include:
The Round House by Louise Erdrich is set on an Indian reservation in North Dakota. Fourteen year old Joe Coutz finds his life turned upside down when his mother, a tribal enrollment specialist, is brutally attacked on the edge of federal, state and tribal land. Joe and his four best friends spend the summer trying to discover who was responsible for destroying his family.
Tucker’s Reckoning by Ralph Compton and Matthew Mayo is a new Western novel by the best-selling author. After witnessing the murder of a well-liked rancher, Samuel Tucker finds himself a suspect in the case. To prove his innocence, Tucker must team up with the rancher’s niece to find out who wanted her uncle dead.
Still Life with Shape-shifter by Sharon Shinn finds Melanie Landon worrying about how to protect her shape-shifting half-sister Anne when a snooping freelance writer starts asking too many questions while conducting research on the existence of supernatural creatures. When Anne appears on Melanie’s doorstep dehydrated and in bad health, Melanie must choose between protecting her sister and leaving her free to live her own life.
In The Racketter by John Grisham, a Federal judge and his secretary fail to appear for a scheduled trial. Panicked clerks call the FBI and a harrowing murder investigation ensues, resulting in the imprisonment of a lawyer who finally tells the story of who killed the judge and why.
The Darling Dahlias and the Confederate Rose by Susan Albert Wittig finds the members of the Darling, Alabama garden club preparing to plant roses for their annual celebration. As their plans progress, the group becomes distracted by a series of strange occurrences involving stolen funds, a secret code and local residents’ odd behavior.
Other new titles by your favorite authors include Poseidon’s Arrow by Clive Cussler, Lover Eternal by J. R. Ward, The Old Grey Wolf (a Charlie Moon mystery) by James D. Doss, Delusion in Death by J. D. Robb and The Woman Who Died a Lot (a Thursday next thriller) by Jasper Fforde.
We look forward to seeing everyone soon at the library.