Friday, May 1, 2015

Check It Out At The Winston County Library!

                MAY 2015

The following FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:
Nannie Maude Reynolds – The Delta Branch

Greg Isles – The Bone Tree

Nora Roberts – The Liar

David Baldacci – Memory Man

Mary Higgins Clark – Death Wears A Beauty Mask

Lisa Scottoline – Every Fifteen Minutes

Iris Johansen – Your Next Breath

Lisa Jackson – Renegade Son

Gena Showalter – The Closer You Come

Toni Morrison –God Help The Child

Anne Perry – The Angel Court Affair

Susan Wittig Albert – Bittersweet

J. R. Ward – The Shadows

Mary Dahiem – The Alpine Zen

Craig Shreve – One Night In Mississippi

Riffany Reisz – The Virgin

Kylie Scott – Deep

Eric Jerome Dickey – One Night

Amanda Quick – Garden of Lies

Colleen Coble – The Inn At Ocean’s Edge

Jo Nesbǿ - Blood On Snow

Marie Bostwick – The Second Sister

Cynthia Riggs – Poison Ivy

Joan Hess – Pride V. Prejudice

Jessica Fletcher – Murder She Wrote: Killer In The Kitchen

Nancy Atherton – Aunt Dimity and the Summer King

Marcia Willett – Postcards From The Past

Jenny Colgan – Little Beach Street Baker

J. Kenner – Say My Name

Winston County Library

               MAY 2015

The following NON-FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:
The Education of a Lifetime – Robery Khyat

The Presidents and UFOs: A Secret History From FDR to O’Bama – Larry Holcombe

Michelle O’Bama – Peter Slevin

Get Your Hopes Up! – Joyce Meyer

Stardom Happens: Nurturing Your Child In The Entertainment Business – Candy Bennici

Climate Shock: The Economic Consequences of a Hotter Planet – Gernot Wagner

Mississippi Moonshine Politics: How Bootleggers & The Law Kept A Dry State Soaked-

- Janice Branch Tracy

The Allergy Book – Dr. Robert W. Sears

A Treasury of Miracles Friends: True Stories of God’s Presence Today – Karen


The Man From Muscle Shoals Rick Hall – My Journey From Shame to Fame

Heirloom Gardening In The South – William C. Weld

Slow Gardening – Felder Rushing

Sunday Dinner In The South: All The Food, Family & Friends You Can Say Grace Over

- Tammy Algood