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The following books are now available at Rourk Branch Library in Shallotte. Reviews are courtesy of Friends of the Library.
“The Truth About Psychics” by Sylvia Browne. Explains how you can spot a fraud and shows how to tap into your own spiritualism and develop legitimate psychic skills.
“This Time Together” by Carol Burnett. Carol tells the story of her rise in show business and the people she’s met along the way. Throughout these reminiscences, a portrait emerges of a totally down-to-earth, richly talented, and amusingly spunky woman.
“Spoken from the Heart” by Laura Bush. In this brave, beautiful and deeply personal memoir, Laura Bush, one of our most beloved and private first ladies, tells her own extraordinary story.
“After The Darkness” by Telly Bagshawe. Following the success of the NY Times bestseller “Sidney Sheldon’s Mistress of the Game”, this sweeping tale of love, betrayal, vengeance and redemption will leave you racing to its shocking, triumphant end.
“Silver Borne” by Patricia Briggs. An excellent read with plenty of twists and turns.
“The Spy” by Clive Cussler and Justin Scott. Detective Isaac Bell returns in a remarkable new adventure filled with intricate plotting and dazzling set pieces.
“The Crucible of Empire” by Eric Flint and K.D. Wentworth. When humans and their Jao overlords joined forces in a desperate battle to save the Earth from the race called the Ekhat, the relationship between the two species was changed forever.
“Bullet” by Laurell K. Hamilton. In this new Vampire Hunter novel, Anita Blake is back in St Louis and trying to live a normal life, as normal as possible for someone who is a legal vampire executioner and a U.S. marshal.
“The Lotus Eaters” by Tom Kratman. A breathless page-turner with the usual many good action scenes.
“The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest” by Steig Larsson. The stunning third and final novel in Larsson’s internationally best-selling trilogy.
“Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Objective” by Eric Van Lustbader. In this latest Bourne book, the rogue spy, still struggling with his fragmented memory, realizes he cannot move forward until he has exposed and confronted his own violent past.
“The Rule of Nine” by Steve Martini. A legal thriller with richly interesting characters and a masterful plot.