Library Corner for the week of April 8, 2019

Updated 2019/04/18

Library Corner for the week of April 8, 2019

Celebrating Stories and Music

The Lac du Bonnet Library Board and Staff would like to thank all our guests for joining us for “Celebrating Stories and Music” last week. We extend special thanks to Gordon Goldsborough for sharing his adventures across our province.  His two extraordinary books are called “Abandoned Manitoba: From Residential Schools to Bank Vaults to Grain Elevators” and his newest “More Abandoned Mantioba: River Rails and Ruins”. We also were entertained by our local talented musician Paul McIntosh, who regaled us with his marvelous performance.  Thank you to Janice Halliday for the treats!

Annual Spring Tea

Join us at the Library for our Annual Spring Tea to help us in highlighting our incredible volunteers, Library patrons and friends on Friday, May 3 from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m.  The Lac du Bonnet Library Board and Staff enjoy taking this opportunity to show our appreciation to those who help us year-round in so many ways.  Everyone is welcome!

New Fiction

Mary Burton continues her series Morgans of Nashville with her third and fourth novels.  Her third story I’ll Never Let You Go starts with little things. Missing keys, a flat tire and mysterious flowers can be all easily explained away, if only the pattern wasn’t so familiar. Leah has a new veterinary practice and a new life with no ties to her previous nightmare. Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agent Alex Morgan suspects something and when another woman’s body is found, stabbed 23 times, Leah knows her past has found her. In the fourth book Vulnerable Homicide Detective Jake Bishop is determined to protect Georgia. The deeper she digs into the past, the deadlier the secrets that emerge.

From Heather Graham comes the chilling sequel to the bestseller The Dead Room is The Death Dealer. Genevieve O’Brien survived for two months as the prisoner of a deranged killer. Now a new menace is stalking the streets of New York.  She turns to PI Joe Connolly, but he’s been avoiding her since her ordeal, and she can’t seem to get close to him.

Patrick Rothfuss gives us the next in the Kingkiller series The Slow Regard of Silent Things.  In the heart of this cavernous maze is a young woman named Auri. Formerly a student at the University, she now spends her days tending to the world around her. She knows that some mysteries are better settled and sees beyond the surface of things, into subtle dangers and hidden names.

New Large Print

The First Lady by James Patterson is available in large print for your enjoyment.  What begins as an innocent respite quickly reveals itself as a twisted case when the White House receives a ransom note along with the first lady’s finger