Library Corner for the week of April 29, 2019

Updated 2019/05/02

Annual Spring Tea

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

EBSCOhost

Handy online reference tools for your do-it-yourself projects.  Auto repair, home improvement and small engine repair are a few of the amazing topics that are available to you for your research.  Patrons can use their Lac du Bonnet Library account number to access this resource.  If you happen to have a 5-digit account number, please come and see us at the library to update your account to access this informative program.

New Fiction

In Dale Brown’s Price of Duty, the stakes are high as the U.S. and its Western allies come under a diabolical Russian cyberwarfare attack.

Laura Griffin offers another gripping thriller full of twists and turns in the twelfth book in her Tracers series with Touch of Red.

Too Far Gone by Alliston Brennan is the newest in the Lucy Kincaid series.  A hostage situation turned deadly is only the beginning of the latest wild criminal ride for San Antonio FBI agent Lucy Kincaid and her relations.

Colleen Coble continues her Lavender Tides series in Leaving Lavender Tides.  Shauna and Zach Bannister find their tropical honeymoon cruise interrupted by a murderous stalker.

Courtney’s War is the next in Wilbur Smith’s Courtney series.  Torn apart by war, Courtney and Gerald von Meerbach are miles from each other, struggling for their lives.

Andrea Kane continues the Forensic Instincts series with a Face to Die For.  When a case of mistaken identity in Manhattan results in Gai Russo seeing a picture of a Minneapolis woman who looks remarkably like her, she reaches out to her and they agree to meet.  They agree to undergo DNA testing and find that they are indeed identical twins separated by a mysterious force.

Andrea Kane gives us another in her Forensic Instincts series in The Murder That Never Was. Given the chance, would you assume someone else’s identity and leave your old life behind?  A meeting between Lisa Barnes, a down-on-her-luck job seeker, and Julie Forman, a personal trainer to an Olympic hopeful, forever changes the course of both women’s lives.

The Girl from the Savoy by Hazel Gaynor takes us to London 1923 where the lives of the rich, famous and the infamous intertwine at London’s Savoy Hotel.  Dolly Lane and Loretta May could not be different people, but when their lives collide they must both learn to let go of their pasts.