May 11, 2008 Library Books

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

The Art of Mexican Cooking: Traditional Mexican Cooking for Aficionados by Diana Kennedy was given by George and Dianne Davis in memory of Julia Romero.

The culmination of 50 yeas of living, traveling, and cooking in Mexico, this ultimate guide to creating authentic Mexican food in your own kitchen contains more than 200 beloved recipes ranging from sophisticated to pure and simple.

Sand Creek by D.W. Linden places cowboys and Indians on the same side in a modern-day western as Deputy Johnny Hart tracks down a serial killer who leaves mutilated bodies at the site of Native American massacres.

The Vintage Workshop: Art to Wear by Amy Barickman contains 40 projects to personalize fashion with image transfer using printable fabric sheets or photo transfer paper to embellish purchased items or your own fabric creations.

The Stranger’s Game: A Bitter Creek Novel by Joan Johnston features all of the passion and intrigue of Texas high society in a spine-tingling tale of murder, wrongful imprisonment, and a woman who counts no cost too high to see a killer brought to justice.

Ordinary Miracles: Learning from Breast Cancer Survivors by S. David Nathason shares stories from the author’s patients, who found and fueled the intangible qualities of courage, persistence, faith and fortitude to defeat the disease.

The Third Angel by Alice Hoffman weaves a magical and original story that charts the lives of three women in love with the wrong men and all centered on events occurring in the same London Hotel.

Jokes My Father Never Taught Me: Life, Love and Loss with Richard Pryor by Rain Pryor takes an unprecedented look at the comedy legend Richard Pryor through the eyes of the daughter who both understood the genius and knew the tortured man within.