The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library:
Carved in Sand: When Attention Fails and Memory Fades in Midlife by Cathryn Ramin explains what happens to the human brain in middle age, the factors that affect its strengths and weaknesses, and the best way to cope when your memory is not what it used to be.
Dead Heat by Dick Francis introduces Max Moreton, a rising culinary star whose Newmarket restaurant caters to the racing crowd until a case of food poisoning and a bomb explosion leave his business and his reputation in shambles.
Singing Cowboys by Douglas Green recalls with fondness the men and women who shone brightly during the magical era of the singing cowboy movies and who filled an entire generation with optimism and hope, encouraging all of us to dream.
Beyond Reach by Karin Slaughter provides an unflinching story of lives ruined by drugs as medical examiner Sara Linton, her police chief husband, and his detective assistant uncover a web of lies, betrayal, and brutality surrounding a horrific murder.
Growing Up Country edited by Charlie Daniels introduces a collection of heartfelt essays from an all-star cast of country music legends who share what it means to grow up in the country way of life.
Hide and Seek by Fern Michaels centers on seven fearless friends who know that doing what is right sometimes requires breaking all the rules, thereby meting out justice to many villains who believed themselves above the law.
How to Build Your Own Greenhouse: Designs and Plans to Meet Your Growing Needs by Roger Marshall guides you through all the style options from the simplest cold frame to the most elaborate freestanding tropical paradise, including every step of the construction process from foundation to glazing.