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Saturday, June 14, 2008

Summer Reading for Grown-ups

It's that time of year when we all dream of having the summer off and spending time at the beach, in a hammock, on a deck, or just in our own backyard reading a good book. There is something wonderful about summer reading and enjoying good books outside on a hot sunny day.

We have lots of new exciting titles on order and some have arrived already. Stop by to see what is new and please let us know if there is something you want that you don't see.

  • Home: My Early Years, Julie Andrews
  • Enchantress of Florence, Salman Rushdie
  • Rogue, Danielle Steel
  • Sail, James Paterson
  • Fearless Fourteen, Janet Evanovich
  • Nothing to Lose, Lee Child
  • The Reapers, John Connolly
  • Tailspin, Catherine Coulter
  • Resolution, Robert Parker
  • Monster of Florence, Douglas Preston & Mario Spezi
  • When you are Engulfed in Flames, David Sedaris
  • Plague Ship, Clive Cussler
  • Death and Honor, WEB Griffin
  • A Champion's Mind, Pete Sampras
  • Dear American Airlines, Jonathan Miles
  • Point of Origin, Patricia Cornwell
  • Secret Servant, Daniel Silva
  • Navigator, Clive Cussler
  • Double Take, Catherine Coulter
  • Audition: A Memoir, Barbara Walters

Coming in July 2008

  • Tribute, Nora Roberts
  • Last Kiss, Luanne Rice
  • Fractured, Karin Slaughter
  • The Garden of Evil, David Hewson
  • Hit and Run, Lawrence Block
  • Killer View, Ridley Pearson
  • The Last Patriot, Brad Thor
  • Moscow Rules, Daniel Silva
  • Death Angel, Linda Howard
  • Silent Thunder, Iris Johansen
  • Say Goodbye, Lisa Gardner
  • Queen of Babble Gets Hitched, Meg Cabot
  • The Sand Castle, Rita Mae Brown
  • Uneasy Relations, Aaron Elkins
  • Into The Fire, Suzanne Brockmann
  • Books: A Memoir, Larry McMurtry
  • The Dangerous Days of Daniel X, James Patterson
  • Chasing Darkness: An Elvis Cole Novel, Robert Crais
  • My Guantanamo Diary: The Detainees and the Stories they Told Me
  • My Sister, My Love: The Intimate Story of Skyler Rampike, Joyce Carol Oates

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