Plan to attend the program, “Along Wyoming’s Historic Highway 20” on Wednesday, October 12 at 5:30 p.m. at the library. Michael Till will present information about Wyoming’s historic highway and will also have copies of his Arcadia Published book for purchase.
A new suspense novel is “Rise the Dark” by Michael Koryta. “Rise the Dark” were the last words written in Lauren Novak’s notebook before she was murdered in a strange Florida village. They never meant anything to the police or her husband, investigator Markus Novak. Now, Gardland Webb, the man Markus believes killed his wife is out of jail and has abducted Sabrina Baldwin in Red Lodge, Montana. Drawing them all together, this messianic villain understands you can never outpace your past – you can only rise against the future.
Other new fiction books include “The One Man” by Andrew Gross, “Another Brooklyn” by Jacqueline Woodson, “The Hunting of Tom Horn” by Will Henry, “Fraying at the Edge” by Cindy Woodsmall, “Surrender, New York” by Caleb Carr, “Sting” by Sandra Brown, “Behind the Throne” by K.B. Wagers, “Curious Minds” by Janet Evanovich and “The Range Detectives” by William W. Johnstone. New titles for the young adult are “Ink and Bone” by Rachel Caine and “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts 1 & 2” by Jack Thorne.
New nonfiction books are “Ruthless: Scientology, my son David Miscavige, and Me” by Ron Miscavige, “Rubber Band Engineer: Build Slingshot-Powered Rockets, Rubber Band Rifles, Unconventional Catapults, and More Guerilla Gadgets From Household Hardware” by Lance Akiyama and “Cracking the GED Test” Maeve Sheldon, editor.
The Lennea Lewis Slagle Children’s Library has these new junior books, “Murder is Bad Manners” by Robin Stevens, “Gallery” by Laura Marx Fitzgerald and “Moonlight Mile” by Catherine Hapka. Some of the new easy titles are “A Piece of Home” by Jeri Watts, “Buddy and Earl and the Great Big Baby” by Maureen Fergus, “Lion Lessons” by Jon Agee and “Come Home, Angus” by Patrick Downes.
334-3274 is the Dial-A-Story number. Dial-A-Story is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Dial in and hear an exciting story today!