The following books are available from the Tucumcari Public Library. For information call 461-0295.
“The Third Kingdom,” by Terry Goodkind. A sequel to “The Omen Machine.”
“William Shakespeare’s Star Wars,” by Ian Doescher. The story of a beautiful princess, a young hero, a wise knight and an evil lord, told in iambic pentameter.
“The Bone Season,” by Samantha Shannon. A young clairvoyant discovers her powers in a dystopian England in 2059; the first pick of the “Today” show book club.
“Tamarack County,” by William Kent Krueger. A private investigator pursues threats in rural Minnesota.
“Exposed,” by Jane Velez-Mitchell. The story of Jodi Arias, who was convicted of murdering her boyfriend, Travis Alexander.
“This Town,” by Mark Leibovich. An examination of Washington’s “media-industrial complex” by the chief national correspondent for The Times Magazine.
“Infiltrated,” by Jay W. Richards. An argument that financial reformers have infiltrated American institutions and are waging war against free enterprise.
“Manson,” by Jeff Guinn. Charles Manson’s rise and fall, seen in the context of the 1960s music industry.
“The Butler,” by Will Haygood. The story of Eugene Allen, a butler who served eight presidents from Harry Truman to Ronald Reagan during 34 years of service.