The library is the place to go when it starts to get cold outside

Now that the snow has started, it’s time to get to the library and pick up a few books

Now that the snow has started, it’s time to get to the library and pick up a few books, then quickly go back home and curl up next to the fire for a good read.

As usual, the Barriere Library has lots to offer for every age group and every taste – mysteries, romances, action adventure, science fiction, and a wide range of non-fiction titles, too.

Here are a few of their new titles:

The Last Time I Saw Her, by Karen Robards –

In this world, Dr. Charlotte “Charlie” Stone skillfully probes the twisted minds of incarcerated serial killers to better understand what makes them tick, and to help nab those who remain at large. But in the next world, Charlotte’s ghostly lover—convicted killer Michael Garland—is facing death yet again. It seem the only way Charlie can snatch Michael from the jaws of oblivion is by proving his innocence. And this dead man’s dead ringer may just be the key.

Keeper’s Reach, by Carla Neggers –

Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan, two of the FBI’s most valuable agents, are preparing for their next big assignment – their wedding – when Colin’s brother Mike alerts them that onetime friends from his military past are on Sharpe and Donovan home turf on the Maine coast. Now private security contractors, they want to meet with Mike. One of them, an FBI agent named Kavanagh, is supposed to be on leave. What is he investigating – or does he have his own agenda?

Make Me, by Lee Child –

“Why is this town called Mother’s Rest?” That’s all Reacher wants to know. But no one will tell him. It’s a tiny place hidden in a thousand square miles of wheat fields, with a railroad stop, sullen and watchful people, and a worried woman named Michelle Chang, who mistakes him for someone else (her missing partner) in a private investigation she thinks must have started small and then turned lethal.

If you’re not into books, the library also has a wide assortment of videos and DVDs to choose from.

So what are you waiting for?  Head on down to the library and start visiting those warmer climates and exciting adventures by reading.

Also, don’t forget the upcoming Lions Book Fair at the Lion’s Hall in Barriere on Nov. 28, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.  You’ll find all manner of gently used books that will satisfy readers of all ages.