Check It Out

Check It Out By Anne Marshall
Vermillion Public Library New Adult Mysteries Enzo MacLeod, a Scot who is teaching forensics at Cahors in southwest France, confidently bet that he could use his expertise to crack seven notorious murders described in a book on cold cases by Parisian journalist Roger Raffin. In author Peter Mayâ�?�?s new novel, Blacklight Blue, MacLeod easily cracks the first two, but nothing goes right on the third. The last person professional bodyguard Charlotte â�?�?Charlieâ�? Fox ever expected to see admitting to gross professional misconduct was her father, an eminent surgeon. Charlie stakes her life and her fatherâ�?�?s against a formidable foe in Third Strike by Zoe Sharp. Book Club The Book Club offers many selections to Internet patrons. Each book runs for five days, Monday through Friday. Some genres offer selections every other week. Check out this service by registering at the libraryâ�?�?s Web site, and clicking on the book club icon. Online patrons can also find the club at The following selections for the week of Jan. 26 are: AUDIO BOOK: The Quickie, by James Patterson. BUSINESS: Tuned In: Uncover Extraordinary Opportunities That Lead to Business Breakthroughs, by Craig Stull, Phil Myers, and David Meerman Scott. FICTION: Quentins, by Maeve Binchy. GOOD NEWS: From a Distance, by Tamera Alexander. MYSTERY: What Are You Wearing to Die, by Patricia Sturman. NON-FICTION: Better: A Surgeonâ�?�?s Notes on Performance, Atul Gawande PRE-PUB: Please check on-line for this selection. ROMANCE: Just Breathe, by Susan Wiggs. SCIENCE FICTION: Queen of Candesce, by Karl Schroeder. TEEN: Something Borrowed, by Catherine Hapka. THRILLER: Small Crimes, by Lori Handeland. Vermillion Public Library Upcoming Activities The American Book Review Book Page Magazine for January has arrived at the library and can be found on the circulation desk. This magazine is free to patrons. For patrons who have enjoyed playing board games at the library, an extra twist has been added. Fun And Games is a time for those board game enthusiasts to gather plus a time for jigsaw puzzle lovers. Enjoy both activities on Saturday, Jan. 24 from 1to 4 p.m. in the Community Room of the library. Extra board games and puzzles are always welcome. Upper elementary students are invited to a Winter Survival program on Thursday, Jan. 29 from 3:34 to 5 p.m. in the Community Room of the library. Enjoy activities and after-school treats and learn about books that may help you make it through the long winter months.

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