Click for more info

Come out of the cold weather and find yourself a good book

January 9, 2013

“A book is a friend, you can never have too many.”

-Gary Paulsen, American author

“The Racketeer”

(Fiction) “It is remarkable that in the history of this country only four active federal judges have been murdered. Judge Raymond Fawcett has just become number five,” Malcolm Bannister, former Virginia lawyer, is in federal prison convicted of the murder. The hitch – he didn’t do it, but knows who did and why the judge was murdered and his state-of-the-art safe emptied. Malcolm knows what was in the safe, too.

You’ll be up late into the night turning pages as fast as you can with this one…

“Gone Girl”

(Fiction) Beautiful and clever Amy Dunne disappeared from the riverfront mansion she shared with her husband. Anniversary presents for their fifth anniversary are being wrapped and reservations being made when Amy suddenly was gone and Nick is no help at all. Amy’s diary begins to reveal that perfectionist Amy could have put anyone on edge. Nick begins to trot out a series of lies and totally inappropriate behavior. His twin sister Margo appears to be his only ally, but if he isn’t responsible for Amy’s disappearance, where is she and what was in that slivery gift box hidden the back of her closet?

This is one creepy thriller! It’s available in both print and digital formats.

“The Twelve”

(Futuristic Fiction) With this sequel to The Passage comes a grand and gripping tale of sacrifice. One hundred years in the future three strangers attempt to navigate the chaos of the world and fight for humankind’s salvation. The rules have changed, the enemy has evolved, and a dark new order known as The Twelve has arisen with a vision of the future infinitely more horrifying than man’s extinction.

Lila, a doctor and an expectant mother, is so shattered by the spread of violence and infection that she continues to plan for her child’s arrival even as society dissolves around her. Kittridge has been forced to flee his stronghold and is now on the road, alone and well aware that one tank of gas will not get him very far. April is a teenager struggling to guide her little brother safely through a landscape of death and ruin. Together, these three begin to realize that in their unity, lies hope.

“Killing Kennedy:

The End of Camelot”

(Nonfiction) In his short years as President of the United States, John Kennedy garnered a position in history that will likely never be overlooked. By the time he had been in office one year, the Cold War was escalating and Kennedy struggled to contain the growth of Communism while still learning the job of President. Along the way, he acquired several enemies, including Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, Fidel Castro, and the head of the CIA.

We are familiar with the events surrounding his assassination by loner Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas in 1963. The authors write of the events, both heroic and sometimes shocking, that led to that horrific event.

817-579-7915 [email protected]

Share...
EmailFacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterest

Category: Life Archived