New Movies (March - April 2015)
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New Audio Books (January - February 2015)
Audio Books (Fiction)
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Woman with a Gun
Synopsis: At a retrospective on the work of acclaimed photographer Kathy Moran, aspiring novelist Stacey Kim is fascinated by the exhibition's centerpiece: the famous , which launched the artist's career. Shot from behind, the enigmatic black-and-white image depicts a woman in a wedding dress standing on the shore at night, facing the sea. But this is no serene, romantic portrait. In her right hand, which is hidden behind her back, she holds a six-shooter.
The picture captures Stacey's imagination and raises a host of compelling questions: Who is this woman? Is this a photograph of her on her wedding day? Does she plan to kill herself or someone else? Obsessed with finding answers, she soon discovers the identity of the woman: a suspect in a ten-year-old murder investigation. Convinced that proof of the woman's guilt, or innocence, is somehow connected to the photograph, Stacey embarks on a relentless investigation to find the long-hidden answers to the mystery of a millionaire's murder.
Audio Books (Non-Fiction)
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Easy Street (The Hard Way)
Synopsis: Ron Perlman was a kid who had a myriad of self-image issues, yet he triumphed in an industry that trades on image and self-confidence. He landed a leading role in Quest for Fire. He won a Golden Globe for Beauty and the Beast. And he played the title role in two Hellboy movies, becoming along the way an icon among sci-fi and comic book fans worldwide.
In Easy Street (the Hard Way), Ron shares his life story, starting with his up-by-your-bootstraps background in New York's Washington Heights. Ron's hard-earned road to Easy Street included bouts of abject poverty, heartbreaking familial episodes, and a long, often uncomfortable struggle for self-acceptance. He sheds light on his life as a working actor, behind-the-scenes insight into the working styles of internationally famous directors, his own peek into Hollywood, up close and personal, and his view on the trajectory of American culture - the good and the bad - as observed by a man who started out in a mom-and-pop world where the arts were disseminated by individuals rather than corporations.
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Evening Book Club
Join our latest book club! The Evening Book Club is for those who lead a busy life and cannot come during the day.
We meet every month on the 4th Thursday at 7 pm. Walk-ins welcome!
Senior Book Club
This small but active group meets on the 4th Thursday of each month at the Main Library in the afternoon.
Call Cathy at 786-3800 x22 for more details.