New books available at Rourk Branch Library in Shallotte

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By Staff Brunswick Beacon

The following books are now available at Rourk Branch Library in Shallotte. Reviews are courtesy of Friends of the Library.


“What’s Age Got To Do With It?” by Robin McGraw. Robin shares her journey, including the ups and downs, and the secrets for staying healthy and in shape.

“Diet Myths That Keep Us Fat” by Nancy L. Snyderman, M.D. The 101 truths that will save your waistline, and maybe even your life.


“Below Zero” by C.J. Box. The author returns with a vengeance in this thrilling novel featuring Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett.

“Worst Nightmares” by Shane Briant. All the danger, treachery and suspense a reader could ask for.

“Gold Of Kings” by Davis Bunn. Reads like a great adventure movie, and grips you from page one, propelling you through one of the great treasure hunts of all times.

“Knock Out” by Catherine Coulter. FBI agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock are back in this electrifying thriller.

“Along The Ride” by Sarah Dessen. Combine two lonely people with a charming beach town and just about anything can happen.

“Queen Takes King” by Gigi Levangie Grazer. A sexy, sassy, smart new novel.

“Dune Road” by Jane Green. A timely novel about old flames, new friendships and lives reclaimed.

“Dead Men’s Dust” by Matt Hilton. The electrifying debut of ex-military officer and all-around tough guy Joe Hunter, who is on the trail of his missing and estranged brother, and the madman who may have taken him.

“Trailer Park Brats” by Joyce M. Jacobs. Robin and her best friend Tawana are 12-year-olds and live in a trailer park. Robin tells us about the happenings as we go with her through their summer.

“Lords Of Corruption” by Kyle Mills. A penetrating and provocative thriller about murder and corruption in the heart of Africa.

“The Way Home” by George Pelecanos. A brilliant novel about fathers and sons and the dangers of modern life.

“The Help” by Kathryn Stockett. You will be swept away as the characters work, play and love during a time when possibilities for women were few, but their dreams were limitless.