Tuesday, May 21st @ 10:30 – Coffee & Chat and Knit-Us-Together.
**Monday, May 27th, Library CLOSED for Memorial Day.
**The Summer Reading Program begins June 13th @ 10:30.
“Screwed” by Eoin Colfer: Daniel McEvoy finds himself on the wrong side of both a New Jersey crime syndicate and the police. So now he is trying to stay below the radar of both. But when his step grandson comes asking for help in locating Aunt Evelyn, Dan feels he has little choice but to oblige. The question is whether he can survive long enough to find her and still slip back into the shadows.
“Angora Alibi” by Sally Goldenbaum [ A Seaside Knitter’s Mystery]: Izzy Chambers Perry & her new husband are expecting a baby. Her bliss is disturbed when she finds an abandoned infant’s car seat on the beach along with a small blanket. Izzy recognizes the blanket as made from yarn she sold last fall in her yarn shop. When a young man murdered while scuba diving is discovered to have connections with the abandoned car seat, Izzy & her Seaside Knitter’s group spring into action. While time is short, motives are high as the group applies its skills in analysis to try to solve this mystery before Izzy’s baby comes.
“Shattered Trident” by Larry Bond: Nations in the western Pacific have created the Littoral Alliance to block China’s plans to dominate the region. Currently they are engaged in covert submarine activity toward this end. Jerry Mitchell captains the USS North Dakota as part of a submarine squadron monitoring the area. He is surprised to observe a Chinese nuclear attack sub torpedo a Vietnamese merchant ship. Mitchell’s squadron receives orders to interfere with any future attack, whether Chinese or Littoral Alliance, in an attempt to buy time for the U.S. President to resolve the matter via diplomatic means. Failure could mean economic disaster or nuclear disaster – or both.
“From Mama’s Table to Mine: Everybody’s Favorite Comfort Foods at 350 Calories or Less” by Bobby Deen and Melissa Clark.
“Rocks, Dirt, Worms & Weeds: A Fun User-Friendly Guide to Creating a Vegetable or Flower Garden With Your Kids” by Jeff Hutton.
Library Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday 10:00-8:00