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Library Corner for the week of November 21, 2021

New Fiction

Life or Death is new to our collection by Michael Robotham.  Audie Palmer escapes from a Texas jail the day before the end of his sentence for armed robbery and murder. His friend Moss Webster is mysteriously released from the same prison and told to find Palmer and, if possible, locate money that was never recovered.


The Secrets She Keeps is new to our collection by Michael Robotham.  Two women from vastly different backgrounds have one thing in common – a dangerous secret that could destroy everything that they hold dear.


Three Words for Goodbye is new from Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb.  Three cities, two sisters, one chance to correct the past.


The Woman with the Blue Star is a new novel by Pam Jenoff.  It is a riveting tale of unfathomable sacrifice and unlikely friendship during W.W. II.


Letters Across the Sea is a new novel from Genevieve Graham.  Inspired by a little-known chapter of World War II history, a young Protestant girl and her Jewish neighbour are caught up in the terrible wave of hate sweeping the globe on the eve of war in this powerful love story.


One Perfect Spring is new by Irene Hannon.  This is a tender-hearted story that demonstrates how life is like lilacs – the biggest blooms only come after the harshest winters.


New Western Fiction


The Wrong Side of the Law is a new Ralph Compton western novel by Robert J. Randisi.  A bandit hiding in plain sight is ready to change his life as he rides north and stumbles across a massacred wagon train.

New Young Adult Fiction


Domenic’s War by Curtis Parkinson is new to our collection.  It is a story of the battle of Monte Cassino in W.W. II.


Medina Hill by Trilby Kent is new to our collection.  In the grimy London of 1935, eleven-year-old Dominic Walker has lost his voice. His mother is sick and his father’s unemployed. Rescue comes in the form of his Uncle Roo.




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