Allison Public Library Notes 7/06
“COME SUNDOWN” by Nora Roberts . . . Running the Montana ranch that has been home to four generations of her family, Bo and the man she is starting to love encounter her badly injured aunt, who ran off decades earlier, before a local murder reveals sinister activities in the mountains that surround their home.
“YOU BELONG TO ME” by Colin Harrison . . . A successful immigration lawyer and cartography hobbyist investigates a mysterious rival at the same time his beautiful neighbor is whisked away by a stranger in military fatigues in front of her powerful, possessive Iranian lawyer husband.
“INDECENT EXPOSURE” by Stuart Woods . . . After being thrust into the limelight, Stone Barrington finds his reputation, and his life, threatened by one woman's tenacious pursuit.
“THE LOST LETTER” by Jillian Cantor . . . A young apprentice stamp engraver works secretly for the Austrian resistance in World War II and resolves to save the fiery daughter of his Jewish mentor, a story that is found decades later by a descendant who investigates an unusual stamp on an old love letter.
“LOST AND FOUND SISTERS” by Jill Shalvis . . . Feeling empty after the accidental death of her sister, Los Angeles chef Quinn Weller is shattered when a lawyer reveals a devastating family secret that prompts her to relocate to a different town, where she finds solace in a kindhearted new friend.
“DO NOT BECOME ALARMED” by Maile Meloy . . . A tropical vacation cruise turns nightmarish for two families whose children go missing during a stop in Central America, a crisis that triggers blame, animosity, and new priorities as the once-happy parents scramble to recover their children and their lives.
“IN THE SHADOW OF DENALI” by Tracie Peterson . . . Cassidy Ivanoff and her father John, a wilderness guide, work at a prestigious new hotel outside Mt. McKinley. John's new apprentice, Allan Brennan, finds a friend in Cassidy, but the real reason he's here--to learn the truth about his father's death--is far more dangerous than he knows.
“TEAMMATE” by David Ross . . . The veteran catcher who was part of the curse-breaking Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series championship team tells the story of his rise to become a baseball legend.
“NEW YORK, ACTUALLY” by Sarah Morgan . . . Still smarting from her last break-up, Molly, New York’s most famous advice columnist, thinks she knows everything about relationships until she meets a cynical divorce lawyer who thinks relationships are a bad idea and vows to prove him wrong.
FOR YOUNG READERS:
“THE 65-STORY TREEHOUSE” by Andy Griffiths . . . Andy and Terry live in a 65-Story Treehouse. (It used to be 52 stories, but they keep expanding.) Terry messed up (again) and the treehouse just FAILED it's safety inspection. Join Andy and Terry on a whirlwind trip through time as they try to stop the treehouse from being demolished!
“PETE THE CAT AND THE COOL CAT BOOGIE” by Kimberly & James Dean . . . Practicing a totally groovy new dance, Pete the Cat is told by a grumpy neighbor that his moves are all wrong and he resolves to become a better dancer before receiving advice from wise Owl that he will be most cool when he is just himself.
“TRIANGLE” by Mac Barnett . . . After Triangle plays a trick on Square, Square plans to reciprocate but runs into trouble when he tries to enter the triangular doorway of Triangle's home.