Check It Out at the Vermillion Public Library Recent Additions to the Adult Collection
Author Suzanne Finnamore's story, Otherwise Engaged, is the account of one woman's up and down experiences from engagement to wedding. Now Suzanne continues on the next chapter of life in The Zygote Chronicles, which reads as journal form, and is the tale of conception to delivery room. Zygote reveals the unsettling and uproarious truth about pregnancy and the prospect of motherhood.
Human nature proves to the Park Ranger Anna Pigeon's most deceptive foe in the latest book in a best-selling series. Hunting Season is Navada Barr's next national park mystery taking place in the autumn on Mississippi's Natchez Trace.
Toward the end of Queen Victoria's long reign, there appears to be a deep split between the aristocratic Tories and the liberal opposition. Thomas Pitt of the London police must forego a long-awaited holiday to solve a crime and prevent a national disaster. Enjoy acclaimed writer, Anne Perry, with her new mystery, Southampton Row.
For those readers who are lovers of cats and mysteries, Sneaky Pie Brown (and Rita Mae) are back. Catch As Cat Can takes place in the familiar surroundings of Crozet, VA, where "Harry" Haristeen, Mrs. Murphy, and Tee Tucker unravel a tangled ball of yarn containing ambition, greed, and murder.
Author Andrew M. Greeley brings back Nuala Anne McGrail in yet another novel of Chicago's unsavory politics. Her latest novel, Irish Stew! gathers together the author's knowledge of Ireland and Chicago in stories of past and present.
It's membership renewal time for the Friends of the Vermillion Public Library. If you are currently a paid member, please stop by or send a check in care of the library at 18 Church Street, Vermillion, SD 57069. If you are interested in membership, please stop by the library to sign up and fill out an information form. If you are already a lifetime member, stop by to update your information. Dues are set for student � $5, senior � $5, individual � $7, family � $10, business � $30, and lifetime dues � $100. Monthly meetings are held at the library every second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m.
Knowing the World Through Reading
The last literary session sponsored by the South Dakota Humanities Council, will be on Sunday, March 10 at 3 p.m. at the library. This discussion will review The Vision of Emma Blau, by author Ursula Hegi.