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Book Sale

The library will hold a used book sale August 5 and 12. There is a box for donations on the table in the library. Please, no text or reference books, magazines over two years old, and no fiction or non-fiction with a copyright before 2008.

The following books were added to our library in June:

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Long Way Gone

by Charles Martin

The book jacket states: “A radical retelling of the prodigal son story, Long Way Gone takes us from tent revivals to the Ryman Auditorium to the tender relationship between a broken man and the father who never stopped loving him”. Cooper O’Connor becomes the main draw for his father’s tent revivals because of his guitar and piano playing abilities as well as his songwriting. He yearns to show his talent to a bigger audience and so steals his father’s car, money, and guitar and runs away to Nashville. It’s a very moving story and gives insight to what happens behind the scenes in the country music world.

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My Daughter’s Legacy

by Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie Gould

This book tells the story of two women, one a descendant of the other. Therese Jennings grew up on a plantation during the Civil War but detests the practice of slavery. She flees to Richmond, Virginia, where she works as a governess by day and tends the wounded soldiers at night. Nicole Talbot returns to present day Virginia for a family reunion on this same plantation property. A tragedy occurred on this property when she was a child but the circumstances surrounding it are unclear. Nicole fears she has discovered something that will tarnish her family’s legacy.

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Unlimited

by Davis Bunn

Simon Orwell gets a phone call from a former professor who claims to have discovered a device that would create unlimited energy. When Simon reaches the foreign location of the professor, he finds that the professor has been killed. Simon must seek refuge from a powerful drug cartel. The book cover states: “Now he must take refuge in the only place that will help him, a local orphanage. There, Simon meets Harold Finch, the orphanage proprietor who walked away from a lucrative career with NASA and consulting Fortune 500 companies to serve a higher cause. With Harold’s help, Simon sets out on quest to uncover who killed the professor and why. In du time, he will discover secrets to both the world-changing device and his own unlimited potential.