by Dee Hare, Librarian
As the summer starts to heat up, stay inside and cool off with some of the great fiction that we have recently received at the library. New titles include:
Rapscallion by James McGee is the follow-up to his Regency era crime thriller Resurrectionist. In this adventure, spy Matthew Hawkgood hears reports that former warships now being used as floating prisons are also being used for human smuggling operations. Matthew must go undercover himself to uncover the traitors.
A Cookbook Conspiracy is a new Bibliophile mystery from Kate Carlisle. When an old flame is found dead after receiving an antique cookbook with weird symbols and unreadable writing in the margins, sisters Savannah and Brooklyn investigate to clear Savannah’s name and find out who stole the cookbook.
In Zero Hour by Clive Cussler, scientists have discovered a possible way to tap an unlimited energy resource by using machines that cause massive earthquakes. Kurt Austin, Joe Zavala and their NUMA teammates must now race against time to locate the hidden machines underground in a vast ocean trench in order to prevent catastrophic environmental disasters.
The Last Original Wife by Dorothea Benton Frank is the story of Leslie Ann, the last original wife left among her husband’s group of friends. After an accident, Leslie Ann realizes her perfect life is a sham so she travels to the healing white beaches of South Carolina. There she reclaims the strong woman she was meant to be with the help of a group of fun and feisty beach residents.
Other new titles by your favorite authors include Gameboards of the Gods by Richelle Mead, Murder as a Fine Art by David Morrell, Lost Daughters by Mary Monroe, Deeply Odd by Dean Koontz and Triumph by Janet Dailey.
Don’t forget our Summer Reading Programs being held on Wednesdays in June. On June 26, our favorite guitar playing entertainer Mr. Richard will be here! We look forward to seeing everyone soon at the library.