The following books are available from the Tucumcari Public Library. For more information call 461-0295.
“The Overton Window” by Glenn Beck. A public relations executive and the woman he loves, fight to expose a conspiracy to transform America.
“In the Name of Honor” by Richard North Peterson. A young lieutenant is accused of fatally shooting his commanding officer with the man’s own gun.
“The Rule of Nine” by Steve Martini. In Martini’s nail-biting 11th Paul Madriani thriller, the California lawyer once again crosses paths with hired assassin Liquida Muerte (aka the Mexicutioner), whose enmity he earned in the previous book, Guardian of Lies (2009).
“The God of the Hive” by Laurie R. King. A religious fanatic, Rev. Thomas Brothers, who seeks to unleash psychic energies through human sacrifice, has shot Holmes’s artist son.
“The Imperfectionist” by Tom Rachman. In his zinger of a debut, Rachman deftly applies his experience as foreign correspondent and editor to chart the goings-on at a scrappy English-language newspaper in Rome.
“Operation Mincemeat” by Ben Macintyre. The British ruse that employed a corpse to fool the Nazis about the invasion of Sicily.
“Steinbrenner” by Bill Madden. A biography about the New York Yankees owner.
“Hellhound on his Trail” by Hampton Sides. Hellhound on His Trail, Sides applies his enormous gifts to one of the most important and heart-wrenching chapters in U.S. history: the stalking and assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., by James Earl Ray.
“When I Stop Talking You’ll Know I’m Dead” by Jerry Weintraub. With wit wisdom and cool confidence that has colored his career; Jerry chronicles a quintessentially American journey, one marked by luck, love and improvisation.
“Chords of Strength” by David Archuleta. In Chords of Strength David shares his unexpected and inspiring journey, including how he overcame vocal cord paralysis to achieve his dream of being a singer.