The following books are available at the Tucumcari Public Library.
I Heard that Song Before by Mary Higgins Clark. A woman marries a childhood acquaintance suspected of several murders.
Kingdom Come by Tim LaHaye. The final title in the “Left Behind” series.
Obsession by Jonathan Kellerman. The psychologist-detective Alex Delaware investigates a deathbed confession of murder.
Absolute Fear by Lisa Jackson. A New Orleans detective tracks a serial killer somehow linked to an abandoned asylum.
For a Few Demons More by Kim Harrison. A witch owns an ancient artifact that may stop a serial killer or ignite a gang war.
Obsession by Karen Robards. The special assistant to the head of the C.I.A. flees for her life with a handsome doctor after she is savagely beaten by intruders.
Spanish Dagger by Susan Wittig Albert. China Bayles must set the record straight and find a killer when she finds a body in a patch of yucca plants.
Hunter’s Moon by Randy Wayne White. Doc Ford helps a former president secretly investigate his wife’s death in a suspicious accident.
Grace (Eventually) by Anne Lamott. Essays about faith and forgiveness.
Religious Literacy by Stephen Prothero. What Americans need to know about the world’s religions and their own.
Paula Deen: It Ain’t All About the Cookin’ by Paula Deen. A memoir with recipes from the Southern cooking impresario (Food Network shows, restaurants, cookbooks, magazine).
The New American Story by Bill Bradley. The former Democratic senator and presidential candidate presents a liberal-centrist agenda.
The Lucifer Effect by Philip Zimbardo. A social psychologist explains why good people do bad things.
Blackwater by Jeremy Scahill. An account of the private army that has been deployed by the government in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Rise of the Black Wolf by Derek Benz. During a visit to Scotland, Max and his fellow Grey Griffins, must once again do battle with the forces of evil.