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Fiction

Barclay,Linwood. Never Look Away.

A carefree day at an amusement park turns into a nightmare for a family when the couple's 4 year old child gets lost.  Soon after finding him, his mother disappears and the search for her untangles a web of lies.

Berg, Elizabeth. The Last Time I Saw You.

As classmates meet at their 40th reunion, they discover things that will change the course of their lives.

Box, C.J., Nowhere to Run.

Joe Pickett is about to leave his temporary game warden job but first most figure out the strange things that have been going on.

Clark, Mary Higgens. The Shadow of Your Smile.

Confusion reigns when Jonathan's twin dies. His wife Olivia grieves with him until she starts to suspect that her husband may have been the one who died.

Grahame-Smith, Seth. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.

Johansen, Iris. Eight Days to Live: An Eve Duncan Thriller.

New Large Print for January 2010

Fiction:

Pirate Latitudes by Michael Crichton

The Wrecker by Clive Cussler

Pursuit of Honor by Vince Flynn

U is for Undertow by Sue Grafton

The End of the Road by Sue Henry

Ice by Linda Howards

Knit the Season by Kate Jabobs

Wishin' and Hopin' by Wally Lamb

Snow Angels by Fern Michaels

A Creed Couny Christmas by Linda Lael Miller

Happiness Key by Emile Richards

This Is Where I Leave You by Jonathan Trooper

Non-Fiction:

Superfreakanomics by Steven D. Levitt

Stones Into Schools by Greg Mortenson

But I Trusted You... By Ann Rule

 

Audio Book Review: Elegance of the Hedgehog

Reviewed by Gail Seidenfrau,Circulation Supervisor

Elegance of the Hedgehog

Summary:

A concierge, a woman of modest means, interacts with those living in an
building in France. Her life and views of herself are changed when she meets
a wealthy Japanese man and a precocious preteen.

Review:

Enjoyable reading, intelligently written and a surprise ending.

This is a Test Change

This is only a test. Do not be alarmed.

New Large Print for December 2009

Fiction:

There Goes the Bride by M.C. Beaton

Rainwater by Sandra Brown

All in the Mind by Alastair Campbell

Scarpetta Factor by Patricia Cornwell

Lucasta by Melinda Hammond

The Changeling by Robert Jenkins

Blood Game by Iris Johansen

Lacuna by Barbra Kingsolver

Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger

The Professional by Robert Parker

I, Alex Cross by James Patterson

Angel Time by Anne Rice

Kindred in Death by J.D. Robb

Rough Country by John Sandford

True Blue by David Baldacci

The Help by Kathyrn Stockett

Murder on Bank Street by Victoria Thompson

Lakeshore Christmas by Susan Wiggs

Non-Fiction

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New CD-ROM Games for Fall 2009

Math Success Deluxe 2009

Bionic Commando

Wolfenstein

Batman Arkham Asylum

Need for Speed Shift

The Price is Right 2010 Edition

New XBox 360 Games for Fall 2009

NBA Live 09

Guitar Hero 5

Ultimate Alliance 2

The Beatles Rockband

Need for Speed Shift

Halo 3 HDST

NHL 2k10

Dirt 2

Raiden IV

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Republic Heroes

FIFA Soccer 10

Mini Ninjas

Brual Legend

Tekken 6

Sforza Motorsport 3

Lips Number One Hits

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

PES Pro Evolution Soccer 2010

Lego Rockland

Borderlands

New PS3 Games for Fall 2009

Guitar Hero 5

The Beatles Rockband

NHL 2K10

Katamari forever

Need for Speed Shift

NBA Live 10

Star Wars the Clone Wars: Republic Heroes

Dirt 2

NBA 2k10

Mini Ninjas

FIFA Soccer 10

Brutal Legend

Tekken 6

Borderlands

Dragon Age Origins

Call of Duty 3: Modern Warfare 2

PES 2010 Pro Evolution Soccer

Audio Book Review: Eat, Pray, Love

Reviewed by Jodi Hink, Part Time Librarian

eat, pray, love

Summary:
Traces the author's decision to quit her job and travel the world for a year
after suffering a mid-life crisis and divorce, a journey that took her to
Italy, India and Indonesia.

Review:
Not only did this book give me a taste of all three countries, I enjoyed
seeing the author go through spiritual change. I usually do not think
authors reading their own books necessarily give the nuance a trained actor
would, but in this case since it was a memoir, I did enjoy hearing the author
read her book.

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