Thursday, May 29, 2008

On the Book Cart

Some new titles and some reissues are on the cart this week. If you are a fan of Western love stories, you’ll enjoy the two double volume sets from Debbie Macomber. The Manning Sisters contains The Cowboy’s Lady and The Sheriff Takes a Wife, the stories of two sisters from Seattle who move to Montana. The Heart of Texas contains Nell’s Cowboy and Lone Star Baby, stories of remaking families set in the fictional Promise, Texas. Linda Lael Miller’s Last Chance Café also has a Western setting, featuring a Nevada rancher and divorced mom who’s trying to solve her beloved stepfather’s murder. Calder Promise by Janet Dailey takes us from Montana to Europe and back to the West again as Laura Calder decides between life with a sexy British Earl and a stubborn Texas rancher. The Ozarks are the setting for Hannah Alexander’s Last Resort, where a missing child brings together a woman and the man who has loved her since they were children. Three historicals you might have missed the first time around include two from Amanda Quick: Scandal and Rendezvous. Christina Dodd’s My Favorite Bride rounds out the trio; all are set in the drawing rooms and country estates of England.
New titles include two paranormals: The Oldest Kind of Magic by Ann Macela and The Darkest Night by Gena Showalter. Also new is Christie Craig’s Weddings Can Be Murder, a romance with a strong mystery element. Check the catalog to request the titles you want to start off your summer reading.

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