Nancy's Notes - April 28, 2010
We have just gotten several large print books in this past month. Many of them are also available in regular print. They include "McNally's Luck" and "McNally's Secret" by Lawrence Sanders, "House Rules" by Jodi Picoult, "The Lion's Game" and "Up Country" by Nelson Demille, "Prey" by Michael Crichton, "Monument Rock" by Louis L'Amour, "When Darkness Falls" by James Grippando, and "Gone for Good" by Harlan Coben.
I am currently reading "House Rules" by Picoult. She always writes about a tragedy and its effects on the rest of the family. In her latest novel she writes about Jacob, a young man with Asberger's disease which is a high functioning form of Autism. Obsessed with criminal investigations, he is booked for murder when his therapist shows up dead. The one thing I like about Jodi Picoult is that her stories take a twist in the final pages and you are always surprised by the ending. We only have the large print edition at this point and it is over 1,000 pages, so I'm moving slowly.
We have also recently purchased quite a bit of inspirational fiction. This is good news for those loyal readers who have been anxiously awaiting a new shipment. Laurine Snelling, Lori Copeland, Beverly Lewis, Ted Dekker, and Francine Rivers all have new novels in this purchase.
Come in and enjoy one of these or many of our other selections: Monday through Wednesday noon until 8:00 p.m. or Thursday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.