Despite cloudy skies and occasional drizzle, lots of folks dropped by to browse our wares and take home treasures. This and our sale on July 4th combined to raised a little over $500 for the library, all by donations. Credit … Continue reading
Day 2 of the Nichols Summer is not daunted by drizzle! Sale is going on inside the library! Here til 1pm!
From the book jacket; “from FOX News star, and radio host Mark R. Levin comes Unfreedom of the Press, a groundbreaking and enlightening book that shows how the great tradition of the American free press has degenerated into a standardless … Continue reading
Midnight in Chernobyl by Adam Higginbotham is a “masterful nonfiction thriller” that delivers a blow-by-blow account of worst nuclear disaster of the nuclear era. He also takes us through the causes and consequences. A worthy substitute for those who cant see … Continue reading
The Rationing by Charles Wheelan is a satire about a puzzling pathogen becomes a crisis when the antidote becomes a subject scheming suppliers and political football. It’s kind of like “Outbreak meets Wag the Dog (Kirkus Reviews).” The Tenth Muse … Continue reading
The consequences of misguided good dominate this week’s thrillers. In A Dangerous Man by Robert Crais, Joe Pike tries to rescue a kidnapped woman named Izzy, a deed that him in the middle of a twisted feud (take a load … Continue reading
New DVDs include The Souvenir (Tilda Swinton), a drama about a student who begins a relationship with a charismatic but dangerous man. Tolkein digs into the early life of the LOTR orpaned author, who found companionship, love and inspiration among … Continue reading