The library staff would like to send a special THANK YOU to the family of Gloria Boyd. They recently donated a collection of Gloria’s books to the library. Stop by the library and view her collection on WWII journalist Ernie Pyle displayed in our round case.
Master Gardener, Herb Klickner will give a presentation on raised bed gardening on Tuesday, May 7 at 4:30 p.m.! Raised garden beds are great for growing small plots of veggies and flowers. Join us for door prizes and light refreshments. Feel free to call the library @ 618-378-3713 or visit our Facebook page for more information.
“Redemption” by David Baldacci. Amos Decker and his FBI partner Alex Jamison are visiting his hometown of Burlington, Ohio, when he’s approached by an unfamiliar man. But he instantly recognizes the man’s name: Meryl Hawkins. He’s the first person Decker ever arrested for murder back when he was a young detective. Though a dozen years in prison have left Hawkins unrecognizably aged and terminally ill, one thing hasn’t changed: He maintains he never committed the murders. Could it be possible that Decker made a mistake all those years ago? As he starts digging into the old case, Decker finds a startling connection to a new crime that he may be able to prevent, if only he can put the pieces together quickly enough.
“The Conspiracy” by Kat Martin. Harper Winston’s brother has disappeared. Pursuing his dream of sailing the Caribbean, Michael hasn’t responded to texts or emails in days. When even the Coast Guard can’t find him, Harper is forced to take desperate measures. This means going to Chase Garrett, once her brother’s best friend, now the only man she can trust ... or so she hopes. As the successful owner of Maximum Security, Chase has learned to trust his gut. He knows Harper’s father is mixed up in a deadly business, and suspects there’s more to Michael’s disappearance than meets the eye. Getting involved again with the Winstons goes against everything he stands for, yet old loyalties die hard. As the case draws him closer to Harper and deeper into the Winstons’ snarled crime family, he is forced to put everything on the line to keep Harper safe ... and both of them alive.
“My Favorite Cowboy” by Donna Grant. Audrey Martinez is a veterinarian who has devoted her whole life to the care and protection of horses-even if doing so leaves her little time for meeting a man. Who would have thought that a strange case of criminal horseplay would lead her to falling deeply, wildly in love? If only the man who makes her heart race faster than a wild mustang would let his guard down, that is. . .Caleb Harper is no ordinary cowboy. Sure, he wears his hat, boots, and jeans like a second skin, and displays an easygoing charm that comes from years of working on the ranch. But with his military background, and Army buddies at his side, he is tried-and-true Texas tough. Audrey knows she can trust a man like Caleb to help her save horses. But can Caleb trust himself to resist his attraction to Audrey-or will the sparks of their desire end up getting them burned?
“Blood Oath” by Linda Fairstein. Assistant DA Alexandra Cooper of the Manhattan Sex Crimes Unit is back at work. Even she can’t anticipate the complexity of her first case when she meets Lucy, a young woman who testified years earlier at a landmark federal trial, and now reveals that she was sexually assaulted by a prominent official during that time. Yet Lucy’s isn’t the only secret Alex must uncover, with rumors swirling about one colleague’s abusive conduct behind closed doors and another’s violent, mysterious collapse. As the seemingly disparate cases of her client, adversary, and friend start to intertwine, Alex, along with NYPD detectives Mike Chapman and Mercer Wallace, finds herself in uncharted territory within Manhattan’s Rockefeller University, a premier research institute hospital. But not even the greatest minds in the city can help her when unearthed secrets begin to collide in dangerous ways.
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ENFIELD HOURS: Tuesday and Thursday: 12-3 p.m.