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Author Archives: A. J. Kinnaman
In Sulfur Springs by William Krueger, a search for a missing man in the Arizona desert exposes a violent power struggle along the Mexican border. The Cuban Affair by Nelson DeMille involves a charter skipper who takes advantage of the Cuban ‘thaw’ to recover … Continue reading
In A Casualty of War by Charles Todd, Nurse Bess Crawford treats an officer who claims he was wounded by a cousin over a family dispute. Joe Gunther takes a back seat in Archer Mayor’s Trace as three of his subordinates tackle … Continue reading
No street work today, so there are plenty of places to park while you drop by to check out the new books and new lights! Last chance before the holiday!
Just ahead of Columbus Day, 14 new items, including the much talked about Beneath a Scarlet Sky (Mark Sullivan), a tale of WWII resistance. Also, fiction by award-winner Jennifer Egan, suspense by Stephen King and Dan Brown, relationship drama by … Continue reading
Here are some of the bestsellers which arrived while the library was working on its lighting. “A Column of Fire” is Ken Follett’s third installment of his drama set in the Cathedral town of Knightsbridge. It’s now the Tudor era, where … Continue reading
We’ve been so excited about the new lights that we almost forgot to mention that the man from UPS was here with a delivery of new books and DVDs while we were closed. Look for suspense Coben, Demille, Patterson and Cussler, the … Continue reading