Library Books, June 11

The following titles are available at the Tucumcari Public Library:                   
FICTION
The Closers by Michael Connelly. A detective looking into unsolved cases for the Los Angeles Police Department probes the mysterious death of a 16 year-old girl in 1988.
 
Double Homicide by Faye Kellerman. Jonathan and Faye Kellerman team up to deliver the launch book in a thrilling new series of short crime novels.
 
Dead Sleep by Greg Iles. Photographer Jordan Glass is shocked to find that a painting hanging in a museum depicts a woman who might be her long-lost twin.
 
Homeward Bound by Harry Turtledove. The arrival of humans on the Lizard Homeworld causes a huge uproar and the notion of destroying the Earth.
 
The Sterkarm Handshake by Susan Price. Time travelers from the future have found a way back to the 16th century to do their own plundering against the Sterkarms.
 
Burning Tower by Larry Niven. From the New York Times bestselling sci-fi author comes the eagerly anticipated sequel to The Burning City.
 
Wolves Of the Calla by Stephen King. Characters find themselves involved in some odd goings-on.
 
Lost Lake by Philip Margolin. An explosive thriller about how a young tabloid reporter’s paranoid theories just might be true.
 
The Black Swan by Mercedes Lackey. After his wife’s death, a powerful sorcerer seeks revenge by turning women into swans.
 
Phoenix and Ashes by Mercedes Lackey. In a dark and atmospheric retelling of Cinderella, Lackey sets her story in London during the first World War.
 
The Serpent’s Shadow by Mercedes Lackey. A priestess must flee to Edwardian London to master her own magic when her parents are murdered.
 
MEMORIAL
Catholicism For Dummies by Rev. John Trigilio, Jr. Presented in memory of Grace Madrid by Susie House.