9/17 Library books

Fiction
The Interruption Of Everything by Terry McMillan. At the age of 44, an unhappily married California woman discovers that she is pregnant.
 
No Country For Old Men by Cormac McCarthy. Mayhem ensues after a Texas man finds $2 million in drug money – and decides to keep it.
 
Lunar Park by Bret Easton Ellis. A celebrated writer gives up drugs and moves to the suburbs with his family, only to have his life fall apart.
 
Pirate by Ted Bell. The counterterrorist Alex Hawke must thwart a secret alliance between China and France.
 
Family History by Dani Shapiro. Rachel Jensen has an idyllic life until an accident starts a train of events that changes everything for the worse.
 
Good Faith by Jane Smiley. An extraordinary story about ordinary people caught up in the exotic 1980s version of the American Dream.
 
Nonfiction
Inside the Mind Of Scott Peterson by Keith Ablow. A forensic psychiatrist and frequent Court TV guest, analyzes the convicted murderer’s identity.
 
Baby and Child: All Your Questions Answered. Tried and true strategies, organized by age, for dealing with every kind of issue.
 
Night Stalks the Mansion by Constance Westbie. A Philadelphia family’s encounter with a supernatural presence in their eighteenth-century mansion.
 
Rock Lives! by David Finger. Heavyweight boxing upsets of the 1990s.
 
Memorial
Sunset Western Garden Annual. Presented in memory of Sheryl Mayfield Andrews by Ricky and Peggy Purcell and family.