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Nancy's Notes - February 10, 2011

“Indulgence in Death” by J.D. Robb, “Of Love and Evil” by Anne Rice

What a crazy week. We closed early two evenings because of the bad weather. Remember to call ahead to see if we are open if the weather is really bad. I don’t want anyone venturing out in the cold and snow and finding us closed.
We will have held our first computer class by the time you get your paper. It involved setting up an e-mail account and how to use e-mail. Our next class will be next Wednesday between 11:00 a.m. and noon. We will teach you how to surf the inter-net and how to use our library web site. The final class will be held on February 23. We will give instruction on how to use some of our on-line services. We still have a couple of empty seats if you are interested in joining us for the last two sessions.


J.D. Robb has completed the next installment in her Eve Dallas series. “Indulgence in Death” begins as a murder disrupts the Irish vacation she is taking with her husband, Roarke. Eve soon realizes that there is no place safe. But nothing prepares her for what she discovers upon her return to the cop shop in New York City. A driver for a top-of-the line limousine service is found dead, shot through the neck with a crossbow. The car was booked by an executive at a security company whose identity had been stolen. Days later, a high-priced escort is found killed at Coney Island, a bayonet stuck in her heart. The trail leads to the CEO whose information has been hijacked.


Anne Rice is back with “Of Love and Evil”. Famous for her vampire books, she has now moved on to angels. Set in fifteenth-century Rome, the story centers around Toby O’Dare, a former government assassin. O’Dare is summoned by the angel,  Malchiah, to solve  a crime of poisoning and to search out the truth of a haunting by an earthbound spirit. O’Dare soon discovers himself involved in the midst of dark plots as terror closes in around him.


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