The following books are available from the Tucumcari Public Library. For more information call 461-0295.
• “The 9th Judgment” by James Patterson. Lindsay spends every waking hour working with her partner, Rich--and her desire for him threatens to tear apart both her engagement and the Women's Murder Club.
• “The Killing Edge” by Heather Graham. In this captivating novel of paranormal romantic suspense from bestseller Graham (Deadly Gift), part-time model and psychologist Chloe Marin, a traumatized survivor of what was billed as the Teen Massacre at a Florida beach house 10 years earlier, has new reasons to be afraid.
• “The Burying Place” by Brian Freeman. Duluth, Minnesota, detective Jonathan Stride is struggling with the emotional and physical aftermath of the bridge plunge that nearly cost him his life when the abduction of a wealthy surgeon’s infant daughter brings him back to work.
• “Deliver Us From Evil” by David Baldacci. Baldacci’s latest is another novel (after The Whole Truth, 2008) about Shaw, the enigmatic agent working for an enigmatic organization.
• “The Walk” by Richard Paul Evans. Evans’ latest inspirational novel is the first in a planned series about a man who sets out to walk across the country in the wake of a personal tragedy
• “Triumph” by Carolyn Jessop. In 2003, Carolyn Jessop, 35, a lifelong member of the extremist Mormon sect the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS), gathered up her eight children, including her profoundly disabled 4-year-old son, and escaped in the middle of the night to freedom.
• “A Twisted Faith” by Gregg Olsen. On December 26, 1997, near the affluent community of Bainbridge Island off the coast of Seattle, a house went up in flames. In it was the shy, beloved minister’s wife Dawn Hacheney. When the fire was extinguished, investigators found only her charred remains. Her husband Nick was visibly devastated by the loss. What investigators failed to note, however, was that Dawn’s lungs didn’t contain smoke. Was she dead before the fire began?
• “God Never Blinks” by Regina Brett. Complimenting her own experience with anecdotes from friends and others, as well as poems, prayers, psalms and excerpts from treasured books; Brett employs a veteran writer's knack for keen observation and thorough self-knowledge, delivering hard-earned wisdom with deceptive ease.