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February 7, 2018



Celebrate Library Lovers Month! Stop in during February and see everything the library has for you to love. Guess how many Valentine candies in the jar! See the “Show a Little Kindness” display! Read the proclamation from Harlem’s mayor, Kim Hansen! When you check out you will receive a special library Valentine!

The Book Club members may pick up a copy of the new book “Snow Falling on Cedars” this week. The first discussion will be Feb. 12, 4 P.M. in the meeting room.

“The Wanted” is a new Elvis Cole and Joe Pike novel by Robert Crais. Elvis Cole is hired by Devon Conner to investigate her teenage son, Tyson, whom she suspects is dealing drugs. What Cole finds is much worse. Tyson and two others go on a crime spree including burglary that takes a deadly turn as one is murdered and Tyson and his girlfriend disappear. With his friend Pike, Cole discover that the teens are have stolen the wrong thing from the wrong man.

Janis Thomas has written “What Remains True.” Seemingly ordinary the Davenport family is torn apart the day five-year-old Jonah is killed. Overtaken with guilt the family unravels. Written from the point of view of the various family members, this story tells of a family’s struggles to cope with unthinkable loss.

“Death at Nuremberg” is by author W.E.B. Griffin. Special Agent James Cronley Jr. has new assignments to protect the U.S. chief prosecutor in the Nuremberg War Trials and to dismantle Odessa, the organization which helps the Nazi was criminals escape to South America. With multiple attempts on his life, Cronley must fight several wars at once.

Three new inspirational novels include “If We Make It Home” by Christina Suzann Nelson; and two Hope Harbor novels by Irene Hannon: “Sandpiper Cove” and “Sea Rose Lane.”

Clarissa Harwood is the writer of “Impossible Saints.” It is 1907. Lilia Brooke sets out for London determined to leave behind the constraining life of a schoolmistress in order to change women’s lives through the militant Women’s Social and Political Union. Paul Harris, an Anglican priest, has his own ambitions to become the youngest dean of St. John’s Cathedral. Although they don’t belong in each others worlds, they can’t deny their attraction for each other.

“Then She Was Gone” is the latest by Lisa Jewell, author of “I Found You.” Ten years ago Laurel lost her fifteen-year-old daughter Ellie. Laurel has never given up hope of finding her daughter. Then she is swept off her feet by a charming stranger whose nine-year-old daughter is the spitting image of Ellie.

A new Montana Brides romance is “The Promise Bride” by Gina Welborn and Becca Whitham. Clive Cussler’s newest adventure is “The Romanov Ransom.” “Return to Red River” is the latest western by Johnny D. Boggs.

The library will be closed Mon., Feb. 19 in observance of Presidents’ Day. The next Humanities Montana program will be Tues., Feb. 20, 7 P.M. at the Harlem Senior Center. Mark Matthews will present the history of dance “Swinging Through History.”

 
 

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