A homeless woman is murdered in San Francisco and a death bed confession made by a man in Texas seem like two unrelated incidents but instead they are the spark that begins a deadly race to find a secret altar.
“Join the Navy and See the World” was one of the benefits of joining the United States Navy, but as the young sailors clinging to sodden mattresses watched their submarine the USS Grenadier slip to the bottom of the ocean floor they had no idea what kind of world they were about to encounter.
The legendary Elizabeth Taylor has died, and Hollywood’s golden era has passed with her. If you’d like to know more about her life as a woman, actress, and star, try the biography “Elizabeth” by J. Randy Taraborrelli.
And the winners are… Best in Show: Cars and Trucks and Things that Go by Henry Herreman 1st Runner-Up: The Princess and the Pea by Kenya Birzer Best Play on Words: Nessa Johnson – Lord of the Flies Most Likely to [...]
Water for Elephants isn’t the only movie based on a book that will be opening in the next couple of months. Read on to see what else to put on your reading list so that you can be prepared the next time you go to the theater. This list is gleaned from information gathered from [...]
Join the Academy of American Poets in their upcoming 4th national Poem in Your Pocket Day during National Poetry Month. It’s very simple: Select a poem, put it in your pocket, and share it with as many folks as you can. Here are some ideas for sharing: – Keep a favorite poem in your pocket [...]
For all of Ginny’s life she has lived with her parents and never had a job, but suddenly tragedy strikes when Ginny’s parents die.
The son of Jim and Tammy Fay Bakker has a new book out that explores the concept of grace.
Look up the phrase Movie Star in the dictionary and you will most likely see a photo of Elizabeth Taylor. She spent her entire life in the public eye. Her celebrity transcended any role that she played.
When you’re looking for information, inspiration and entertainment that’s environmentally friendly–the library is the place to go. Not only do we have what you need but it’s one of the best ways to recycle.