Listed are some of the books that have been received in the past six months at McMillan Memorial Library. The fiction is listed first.
The Cradle to Grave by McDonald, Sizzle by Garwood, Deeper Than The Dead by Hoag, The Honor of Spies by Griffin, Fried Up by Krentz, A Girl and Five Brave Horses by Carver, Iron River by Parker, A First Look at Animals by James, Treasure Hunt by Lescroart, The First Rule by Crais; Hard Work by Williams, Spartan Gold by Cussler, The Spire by Patterson, Even Money by Frances, The Last Song by Sparks, Traveling With Pomegranates by Kidd, GI Joe and Lillie by Bonsall, All God’s Children by Angelou, Little Bird of Heaven by Oates, Hothouse Orchid by Woods, A Change in Altitude by Shreve, Lakeshore Christmas by Wiggs, Evidence by Kellerman, 13 ½ by Barr, Once in a Blue Moon by Goudge, The Perfect Christmas by Macomber; The Christmas Glass by Alborghetti, Locked In by Muller , The Professional by Parker, Rough Country by Sanford, Miss Julia Delivers the Goods by Ross , Breaking the Rules by Bradford, Pursuit by Flynn, The Christmas Secret by VanLiere, Dragons by Connelly, Rizzo’s War by Manfredo, The King of Lies by Hart, Funny You Should Say That by Hicks, An Echo in the Bone by Galbaldon, Blood Game by Johansen, Southern Lights by Steel, True Blue by Baldacci; Secret Admirer by MacDonald, A Creed Country Christmas by Miller, A Christmas Sampler by Fairall, The Scarpetta Factor by Cornwell, God Does Have a Sense of Humor by Ballister, Kindred In Death by Robb, Under the Dome by King, Ford County by Grisham, One Simple Act by Macomber, Ice by Howard; Rainwater by Brown, A Blue and Gray Christmas by Medlicott, Knit the Season by Jacobs, Breaking Down by Meyer, Deadly Deals by Michaels, I, Alex Cross by Patterson, The Wrecker, by Cussler, Breathless by Koontz, Pirate Latitudes by Crichton, Why My Third Husband Will Be A Dog by Scottoline, U Is For Undertow by Grafton, The Disciple by Coonts.
Non-fiction: True Compass by Kennedy, The Murder of King Tut by Patterson, The Time of My Life by Swayze, Going Rogue by Palin, The Timeline of Aviation by Winchester, Talking About Detective Fiction by James.
The library has been serving the community for the past forty-five years and is located at 205 East Second Ave., Red Springs.
The hours are Tuesdays thru Fridays from 2:30-6:00 and the second Saturday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.