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August 8, 2018

Stop by the library and see what’s new! We have a great selection of new titles including DVDs. On these lazy, hazy summer days the library is the place to be!

“Bring Me Back” is a new psychological suspense novel by B.A. Paris. Finn and Layla are young and in love. On a vacation they stop at a service station so Finn can use the restroom. When he returns to the car Layla is gone never to be seen again. Ten years later Finn is engaged to Layla’s sister, Ellen. They bonded over shared grief, although Finn’s sixth sense tells him not to trust Ellen completely. Then Finn receives a phone call - someone has seen Layla hiding in plain sight.

Montana author Christine Carbo’s new book is “A Sharp Solitude.” In this Glacier Park mystery a woman’s body is found in an isolated part of the park. The journalist has been a researcher for Reeve Landon who trains dogs for scientific research. Now Reeve is the prime suspect. He seeks help from his ex, FBI investigator Ali Page. Assuming the worst Reece flees with his dog into the words. Can Ali find the truth?

Any Meyerson is the author of “The Bookshop of Yesterdays.” Miranda Brooks grew up in the Prospero Bookstore owned by her uncle Billy who sent her on creative scavenger hunts. But because of a falling out with her mother Miranda has not seen Billy since her twelfth birthday. Now sixteen years later Billy has passed away and left her Prospero Books. Miranda travels back to Los Angeles to solve the last secret message Billy has left for her. But solving the last scavenger hunt reveals a terrible secret that tore her family apart.

Two new Clive Cussler novels are “The Gray Ghost” and “The Rising Sea.”

“How It Happened” is by Michael Koryta. The town of Port Hope, Maine, is reeling from the murder of Jackie Pelletier and her sweetheart Ian Kelly. FBI interrogator, Rob Barrett, is dispatched to separate truth from lies. Kimberly Crepeaux confesses to the crime and Barrett knows her story fits the evidence. But the town cannot accept who she names as her accomplice: Mathias Burke, Port Hope’s favorite son.

As you are traveling this summer be sure to take along audio books from the library or download them from MontanaLibrary2Go. They make the miles fly by.

Remember the Book Challenge for August is to read a true crime story. The “Letter by Letter” game continues through the month of August. You may win a $50 gift card!


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