Dec. 16, 2007 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library.

The Michelle Wie Way: Inside Michelle Wie’s Power Swing Technique by John Andrisani was given by Pat and Jane Miner in memory of Pat Mason.
The legendary golfer who qualified for LPGA at age twelve, turned pro at sixteen, and became one of the most captivating players of all time discloses the exceptional techniques that enables her to hit powerful shots with astounding control.

Ultimate Guide to Wiring: Complete Home Projects by the editors of Creative Homeowner was given by Pat and Jane Miner in memory of Steve Spriggs.
More than 900 color photographs, easy-to-understand wiring illustrations, and detailed diagrams will help you wire major appliances, install low-voltage outdoor lighting, and master basic electrical projects all around the home.

Where My Heart Belongs by Tracie Peterson reveals the ripples of complications, anguish, and fears of two sisters who must bear the consequences of the choices that each of them made in the midst of crisis.

The Credit Repair Answer Book: Immediate Relief from Your Credit Problems by Gudrun Nickel will help you to stop evictions, correct payment errors, understand your credit report, end harassment, protect your rights, and plan for the future.

Secrets in the Attic by V.C. Andrews spins a web between two friends as close as sisters, one deadly secret, and a chilling scheme that they concoct in the attic of a house with its own murderous history.

Getting Away With Murder on the Texas Frontier: Notorious Killings and Celebrated Trials by Bill Neal offers an overview of sagebrush justice that relied less on written statutes than on common sense, grass-roots fairness, and vague notions of the law that made guilty verdicts a rarity.