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Fiction:

Baldaci, David. Hell's Corner

The President has asked that Stone, a highly-skilled assassin go on a risky mission to protect his country.

Bell, Ted. Warlord: An Alex Hawke Novel

British-American M16 counterterrorism operative, now an alcoholic after losing the woman he loves, is forced to go back on the job.

Connelly, Michael. The Reversal.

Recently exonerated convicted murderer, Jason Jessup, is freed from prison.  The attorney, Mickey Haller, looks for the real killer though he still thinks Jessup is the one.

Deaver, Jeffery. Edge.

 Security expert races to stop a professional criminal who takes enjoyment from obtaining information from his innocent victims by despicable methods.

Evans, Nicholas. The Brave.

Tom Bedford's son Danny is charged with murder during a wartime skirmish. Tom is willing to put his past behind him to save his son.

New Music Releases August, 2010

Butler, Jonathan.  So Strong                                              MJ BUTL SS R43

Carter, Regina.  Reverse Thread                                          MJ CART RT E90

Chemical Brothers.  Further                                                 MR CHEM FUR A23

New DVDs for August 2010

THREE DAY DVDS

As It is In Heaven (Foreign Film – Sweden)                                       #12292

Bass Ackwards                                                                              #12284

THE SMALLEST BOOKSTORE

Did you miss it?  Our 'for sale' books have new digs.  The 'Smallest Bookstore' is located in the entrance vestibule where the telephone used to be.  Pocketbooks (25 cents) are always convenient when vacationing especially if you fly.  Adult hardcover books are $1.00, children's just 50 cents. Staff restocks the shelves daily, so stop by, peruse the titles and see if you find something to add to your collection.  The Circulation staff will help with any questions.

New DVD Releases for July 27th

We have six new releases for Tuesday, July 27th.  They are:

Clash of the Titans (Liam Neeson)

Jermal (Foreign Film - Indonesia)

Moscow, Belgium (Foreign Film - Dutch)

Play the Game (Andy Griffith)

Repo Men (Jude Law)

Terribly Happy (Foreign Film - Danish)


WEDDING JITTERS

I know what you're thinking: June is the classic month for weddings.  Why am I writing about them in July?

Well, marriages don't always go quite as scheduled.  The bride turns out to have been married before... and never quite got around to the divorce.  The groom gets cold feet and breaks it off at the last moment (by text message.  At the altar.).  A well-meaning mobster sends a far-too-sexy hit man to keep a protective eye on the bride.  The fiance fakes his own death to get out of marrying a bridezilla.  One's betrothed pretends to elope with a completely fictional lover the day after the engagement.  

Alright, perhaps these aren't the usual  reasons a wedding doesn't come off as planned, but they make for some very entertaining beach reads.  Be warned: for the would-be brides (and grooms) in these romances, there may not be a happily-ever-after in the offing... at least, not with the mates they expected!

Mystery Monday

One of the best things about reading mysteries is learning about new and exotic locations.  Although I personally haven't read a mystery that takes places in outer space, or under the sea, there is no reason to think someone hasn't written one.  In the long hot days of summer, you might refresh yourself by visiting the Arctic Circle, or a beach resort, or anyplace you care to go.  Escaping into a mystery is a mini-vacation in itself.  If you are not able to get away, let a mystery take you to nearby or faraway lands.  So, sit back, relax, and get traveling!

Lochdubh, Scotland-- M.C. Beaton
Constable Hamish MacBeth has the good fortune to patrol the sleepy highland town of Lochdubh with its breathtaking views and eccentric villagers.  You can almost see the heather and taste the scotch.

Dublin, Ireland--Declan Hughes
We travel down the mean streets of Dublin with tough P.I. Ed Loy.  Get ready to explore some of Ireland's seediest pubs with this expert guide.

Congratulations!

Congratulations to our guessing jar winners!

Charlie Wilen- guessed 161- actual 161

Ashley Joseph- guessed 900- actual 919

Alina Joseph- guessed 900- actual 919.

 

Who will win next week? Maybe you!

 

 

New Romance Fiction for July 2010

In paperback:

Close Contact by Katherine Allred (2, Alien Affairs) SF
Close Encounters by Katherine Allred (1, Alien Affairs) SF
The Forbidden Rose by Joanna Bourne H, M
Stroke of Genius by Emily Bryan H
Assassin's Honor by Monica Burns (1, Order of the Sicari) C, S, M
A Gentleman Always Remembers by Candace Camp (2, Willowmere) H
My Reckless Surrender by Anna Campbell H
Strange Neighbors by Ashlyn Chase C, S
Mystery Lover by Lisa Childs (Harlequin Intrigue: Shivers) C, M
Shut Up and Kiss Me by Christie Craig C, M, W
Tall, Dark and Wolfish by Lydia Dare (2, Regency Wolves) H, S

New Speculative Fiction for July 2010

New to our shelves:

Darkling Fields of Arvon by James G. Anderson and Mark Sebanc (2, Legacy of the Stone Harp) F
Insatiable by Meg Cabot H, R
The Best Horror of the Year by Ellen Datlow, ed. (2, Best Horror of the Year) H
Speak to the Devil by Dave Duncan (1, The Brothers Magnus) F
Principles of Angels by Janie Fenn SF, F, M, R
Threshold by Eric Flint and Ryk E. Spoor SF
Stealing Fire by Jo Graham (3, Numinous World) F
From Hell with Love by Simon R.Green (4, Secret Histories) F, H
Bullet by Laurell K. Hamilton (19, Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter) H, F, R
Shakespeare Undead by Lori Handeland H

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