The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library:
A Rule Against Murder: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel by Louise Penny draws readers into the quaint Canadian village of Three Pines where a dead body washes to shore after a storm and Inspector Gamache unearths secrets long buried and hatreds hidden behind polite smiles in a seemingly peaceful community.
Hospital Stay Handbook: A Guide to Becoming a Patient Advocate for Your Loved Ones by Jari Buck offers practical guidance to help you ensure that your family member receives the best treatment that the health care system has to offer.
Fed Up by Jessica Conant-Park is a culinary mystery with recipes in which Chloe Carter sifts through a grocery-list of suspects when a woman dies after eating a gourmet dinner prepared by Josh Driscoll, a rising young chef who competes to star in a TV cooking show
Small Claims Court Guidebook by Michael Spadaccini shows business owners how to evaluate, research, plan, file, and execute a successful case whether you become a defendant or bring a case to court.
Bones of Betrayal by Jefferson Bass takes readers deep into the backwoods of Tennessee where fascinating forensic science is mixed with extraordinary characters when Dr. Bill Brockton is called to examine a body found at the site of the Manhattan Project, the home of the Bomb developed during World War II.
101 Businesses You Can Start With Less Than One Thousand Dollars by Heather Shepherd serves as a roadmap for stay-at-home parents who want to augment their income without sacrificing time with their families offers information
Love Mercy by Erlene Fowler explores the knots in family ties as widowed Love Mercy Johnson strives to coexist with a long-estranged granddaughter who arrives on her doorstep with a prickly attitude, a broken heart, and a stolen banjo.