by Eliot Dorothy L. Sayers
The fifth novel in the Lord Peter Wimsey series, originally published in 1930. The fiance of mystery writer Harriet Vane dies by a poison featured in one of Harriet's plots. When Harriet is suspected of murdering him, Wimsey is determined to prove her innocent--and make her his wife.
by James Lee Burke
Haunted by the past, Texas Ranger turned lawyer Billy Bob Holland defends his illegitimate son against a murder charge. In the process, Holland uncovers corruption and violence in the small Texas town of Deaf Smith. where age-old feuds fuel conflict between the haves and the have nots.
Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m.
by Mark R. Thornton
In this debut novel set in Tanzania, readers experience a harsh adult world through the eyes of Moses, a homeless orphan. Moses flees the city and wanders through the remote East African wilderness--sometimes alone; sometimes with his friend Kioso. Ill-equipped for the many difficult circumstances he encounters, Moses nevertheless exhibits the resourcefulness and tenacity necessary to survive.
by Harlan Coben
In this dark thriller, Adam Price has a lot to lose: a comfortable marriage to a beautiful woman, who wonderful sons, a big house--a good life with all the trappings of the American dream. Then he runs into a stranger who reveals a terrible secret about his wife, Corrine. When Adam confronts Corinne, everything begins to unravel.
Wednesday May 4, 7-8:30pm
La Increible y Triste Historia de la C�ndida Er�ndira y de Su Abuela Desalmada
by Gabriel Garc�a M�rquez � Es la representate de la maldad en toda la extension de la palabra que refleja sus medios y traumas y quizas dolores de juventud en Erendira. Gabriel Garcia Marquez es un escritor que tiene perfecta sincronia.
Summer Reading Club for Adults
June 27 - August 17
This summer, stretch your horizons, enjoy new stories, and exercise your mind. Join the summer reading club, and attend the end-of-summer celebration on Wednesday, August 17, at 7 p.m. Sign up June 1.