A beleaguered NYPD detective, a housekeeper, a reformed hacker, a widowed FBI agent, a psychic tarot card reader, a forensic scientists, and a demoted Detective Inspector. What do they have in common? Each is the lead character in one of these debut mysteries.
Never alone by C.J. Carpenter
Death comes to the village by Catherine Lloyd
The quantum breach by Denver Acey
Ice shear by M.P. Cooley
The White Magic Five and Dime by New York times bestselling author Steve Hockensmith with Lisa Falco
Everyone lies by A.D. Garrett
The light between oceans: a novel [kit] by M.L. Stedman — After four harrowing years on the Western Front, Tom Sherbourne returns to Australia and becomes the lighthouse keeper on Janus Rock. To this isolated island, where the supply boat comes once a season and shore leaves are granted every other year at best, Tom brings his young wife Isabel. Years later, after two miscarriages and one stillbirth, the grieving Isabel hears a baby's cries on the wind. A boat has washed up onshore carrying a dead man and a living baby. Tom wants to report the man and infant immediately. But Isabel has taken the tiny baby to her breast. Against Tom's judgment, they claim her as their own and name her Lucy. Returning to the mainland when she is two, Tom and Isabel are reminded that there are other people in the world and discover that their choice has devastated one of them.
There is a special Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to mark the Grand Opening of the Canton ITC Corridor Trail on Tuesday, August 19 at 6:30 PM at Flodin Park, located on Saltz Road, between Morton Taylor Road and Sheldon Road. This ceremony will be held rain or shine. Township supervisor, Phil LaJoy, will host.
Celebrate this wonderful recreational trail and its enormous value to our community!
Update: Due to severe weather, the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will be rescheduled.
10 Movie Favorites of baby boomers according to a recent blog posted on Next Avenue's Route 360 by Linda Bernstein. Best part of the survey? The memorable lines included.
The sound of music [videodisc] by Twentieth Century Fox
The graduate [videodisc] by an Embassy Pictures release
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid [videodisc] by Twentieth Century Fox
Love story [videodisc] by Paramount Pictures
The Godfather [videodisc] by [by] Mario Puzo ; Paramount Pictures presents an Albert S. Ruddy production
The paper chase [videodisc] by a Thompson-Paul production
The hot zone by Richard Preston
Viruses, plagues, and history: past, present, and future by Michael B.A. Oldstone
A planet of viruses by Carl Zimmer
Spillover: animal infections and the next human pandemic by David Quammen
No time to lose: a life in pursuit of deadly viruses by Peter Piot with Ruth Marshall
Ace of aces: the life of captain Eddie Rickenbacker by H. Paul Jeffers
Suddenly we didn't want to die: memoirs of a World War I marine by Elton E. Mackin ; with an introduction and annotation by George B. Clark ; foreword by Victor H. Krulak
Archduke of Sarajevo: The romance and tragedy of Franz Ferdinand of Austria by Gordon Brook-Shepherd
Femme fatale: love, lies, and the unknown life of Mata Hari by Pat Shipman
Hero: the life and legend of Lawrence of Arabia by Michael Korda
Richthofen: beyond the legend of the Red Baron by Peter Kilduff
Europe's last summer: who started the Great War in 1914? by David Fromkin
The assassination of the archduke: Sarajevo 1914 and the romance that changed the world by Greg King and Sue Woolmans
July 1914: countdown to war by Sean McMeekin
The sleepwalkers: how Europe went to war in 1914 by Christopher Clark
The war that ended peace: the road to 1914 by Margaret MacMillan
It's the dog days of summer and you may feel like reading, but nothing too taxing. Short stories collections are a good choice.
Full dark, no stars [large print] by Stephen King
Summer brides [large print] by Susan Wiggs, Sherryl Woods, and Susan Mallery
Coronado [large print]: stories by Dennis Lehane
Some days you get the bear [large print] by Lawrence Block
The upgrade to cables and switches in our main network facility will allow us to monitor and address network issues more efficiently, minimizing future interruptions and downtime for patrons and staff. Thank you for your patience.