Tuesday, September 21

From the New York Times Best Seller List @ your library

Just click the title you are interested in reading and you will be taken directly to the online catalog where you may request the book be held for you! Make sure you have your library card and PIN (Personal Identification Number) you gave when you registered for your library card.
TRACE, by Patricia Cornwell. The inept man who replaced Dr. Kay Scarpetta as chief medical examiner of Virginia asks for her help in investigating the unexplained death of a 14-year-old girl.
THE DA VINCI CODE, by Dan Brown. The murder of a curator at the Louvre leads to a trail of clues found in the work of Leonardo and to the discovery of a centuries-old secret society.
THE FIVE PEOPLE YOU MEET IN HEAVEN, by Mitch Albom. An old man who died while trying to rescue a little girl from danger discovers that all will be explained to him in the afterlife.
MURDER LIST, by Julie Garwood. An heiress becomes entangled in a deadly plot that may have been hatched by a self-help guru.
ANGELS & DEMONS, by Dan Brown. A Harvard scholar tries to save the Vatican from the machinations of an underground society.
THE RULE OF FOUR, by Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason. Two Princeton students who are trying to unravel the mysteries of a Renaissance text become ensnared in murderous intrigue.
SKINNY DIP, by Carl Hiaasen. A woman enlists an ex-cop in a plot to take revenge on her husband, a marine biologist who tried to kill her.
WHITE HOT, by Sandra Brown. Returning home after her brother's mysterious death, a woman is embroiled in family intrigue.
TANEQUIL: HIGH DRUID OF SHANNARA, by Terry Brooks. The second volume in a fantasy series.
SAM'S LETTERS TO JENNIFER, by James Patterson. In the house where she grew up, a woman finds a collection of letters addressed to her that will change her life forever.
DARK JUSTICE, by Jack Higgins. Working with his British counterpart, an American intelligence agent must uncover the source of an international terror ring.
THE SECRET ON ARARAT, by Tim LaHaye and Bob Phillips. In Book 2 of the "Babylon Rising" series, the biblical scholar Michael Murphy searches for Noah's ark.
THE WINDS OF CHANGE, by Martha Grimes. Richard Jury and Melrose Plant investigate the deaths of two little girls.

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