New books at Pathfinder Library
BALDWIN — The staff of the Pathfinder Library would like to say a big thank you to all who came out to the Annual Chicken Dinner Fundraiser. It was a huge success and we are so grateful for the support of the community. Another big thank you to all the volunteers. It certainly does take a village. After expenses, there was $2,800 profit which will go into the general fund.
Book of the Week: (Fiction) “Little Boy Lost,” by J.D. Trafford. This story tells about a broken city, a missing young man and a lawyer searching for truth when nobody else cares. Attorney Justin Glass’s practice, housed in a shabby office on the north side of Saint Louis, isn’t doing so well that he can afford to work for free, but when eight-year-old Tanisha Walker offers him a jar full of change to find her missing brother, he doesn’t have the heart to turn her away.
New Fiction: “Wives of War” by Soraya Lane; “Barely Legal” by Stuart Woods; “Sour Heart” by Jenny Zhang; “Memnoch the Devil” by Anne Rice; “The Promise of Hope” by Amy Clipston; “Exposed” by Lisa Scottoline; “Little Boy Lost” by J.D. Trafford; “The Store” by James Patterson; “A Merciful Truth” by Kendra Elliott; “The Last Tudor” by Philippa Gregory; “Girl in Snow” by Danya Kukafka, “The Walls” by Hollie Overton; “The Kept” by James Scott; “The Homecoming” by Robyn Carr and “True Light” by Terri Blackstock.
New Mystery: “The Sixes” by Kate White; “Fallen Sparrow” by D.A. Kelley and “Gold Coast” by Elmore Leonard.
New Non-Fiction: “Al Franken - Giant of the Senate” by Al Franken; “Ghost of the Innocent Man - A True Story of Trial and Redemption” by Benjamin Rachlin; “A Passion for Grouse” by Thomas Pero and “Frank Forester on Upland Shooting” by Frank Forester.