Library Corner for the week of December 30, 2019

Updated 2020/02/11

Happy New Year!

The Board and Staff of the Lac du Bonnet Regional Library wish you all the best in the New Year!

New Fiction

Sherilyn Decter has a new series called The Bootleggers’ Chronicles set in Philadelphia in 1924.  The first book is titled Innocence Lost.  This era is brought to life in this historical fiction.  The second book in the series is called Tasting the Apple.

Kevin Major writes Found Far and Wide.  A historical time machine that follows Sam Kennedy from the great Newfoundland sealing disaster of 1914.

Elevator Pitch by Linwood Barclay is a suspenseful thriller with a diabolical twist on the way down.

Bird’s Eye View by Elinor Florence is a novel about the victories and struggles of an idealistic young woman in Canada.

The Poison Thread by Laura Purcell is a slice of early Victorian Gothic tale about the evil that lurks behind the façade of innocence.

The Good Sister by Gillian McAllister is a gripping and though-provoking read about motherhood, family and the price of forgiveness.

The Gilded Hour is a novel by Sara Donati and first in the Gilded series.  This spellbinding historical love story celebrates human kindness.

    New DVD Entertainment

Matchstick Men with Nicolas Cage is a comedy thriller with many twists and turns.  3:10 to Yuma stars Russell Crowe and Christian Bale is an intensely action-packed western about an impossible journey to justice.  Introduction to Yoga features Christa Norgen, a certified yoga instructor showing some featured poses.  Bull Durham with Kevin Costner and Susan Sarandon is an entertaining look at the adventures of baseball players on and off the field.