The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library:
Three books in the Daughters of Lancaster County series by Wanda Brunstetter, two volumes of Sisters of the Quilt series by Cindy Woodsmall, and The Crossroad by Beverly Lewis were given by Maria Inman in memory of Sara Denise Shell.
Readers of Christian fiction will welcome these stories of Amish life, where the boundaries of tradition can either satisfy or clash with the needs of the spirit and with the yearnings of the heart.
Know Can Do: Put Your Know-How Into Action by Den Blanchard offers a simple and systematic approach for learning more efficiently and using that knowledge to make lasting changes.
Death of a Gentle Lady by M.C. Beaton continues the adventures of Hamish Macbeth, who investigates the murder of a charming, old-fashioned and beloved woman who may not have been all that she seemed.
Atomic Ranch: Design Ideas for Stylish Ranch Homes by Michelle Grubgeru-Brown illustrates a modern take on the post-war housing design that worked so well for its first residents and still function beautifully today.
Guns Along the Brazos: An Avalon Western by Owen Irons tells the story of Ben Jury, whose single-minded determination to avenge the murder of his father will let him stop at nothing, no matter where the journey takes him.
The Rammed Earth House by David Easton provides an eye-opening example of how the most ancient of all building materials sets new standards for beauty, durability, and extraordinarily efficient use of natural resources.
Capitol Conspiracy: A Novel by William Bernhardt begins with the abduction and murder of the director of U.S. Homeland Security, which catapults Ben Kincaid, a young defense attorney, into the middle of lethal intrigue as a campaign of terror rocks the nation’s capital.