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By , March 1, 2011 6:40 pm

Free Movies for 2018

The last Tuesday of the month at 1:00 p.m. enjoy a free movie chosen by library staff.

Popcorn and water combo is sold for $1.50.

October 30 – The Post

November 27 – The Book of Henry

No movie in December

 Free to all, donations appreciated; no registration required.

 

 

Coming Attractions @ your library 

The next person you meet in heaven by Mitch Albom

The story of grizzled war veteran-turned-amusement park mechanic Eddie, who has a spiritual reunion with the girl he died rescuing. 

The dead ringer by M.C. Beaton

Agatha Raisin investigates the murder of an identical twin and co-manager of Thirk Magna’s bell-ringer team, a demise that questions the innocence of bullied co-workers and a fed-up lawyer.

The little shop of found things by Paula Brackston

A woman who takes over an antique shop with her mother finds herself transported back to the 17th century while examining a beautiful silver chatelaine.

The dream daughter by Diane Chamberlain

Glitter bomb by Laura Childs

A fatal accident involving a Mardi Gras parade float turns out to be murder, and scrapbook shop owner Carmela Bertrand discovers that her best friend’s husband is the chief suspect.

A well-behaved woman: a novel of the Vanderbilts by Therese Anne Fowler

Crisis: a Dick Francis novel by Felix Francis

Investigating a stable fire that has killed a Derby favorite, London crisis manager Harrison Foster discovers a human victim and is reluctantly thrust into the dysfunctional rivalries of a racing dynasty.

The lighthouse keeper’s daughter by Hazel Gaynor

Pregnant and disgraced, a 1938 Irish teen is sent to stay with a lighthouse keeper relative, where she discovers an unfinished portrait and delves into the story of a woman who lived there a hundred years prior.

Winter in paradise by Elin Hildebrand

Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver

This novel traces the experiences of a woman whose efforts to protect her family from sudden unemployment are shaped by the story of an ostracized 19th-century science teacher.

When the men were gone by Marjorie Lewis

It’s 1944, and with no men in town to coach, it looks as if Brownwood, Texas must forgo its high school football games.  Then assistant principal Tylene Wilson, a whiz with the pigskin, talks herself into the job.

Alaskan holiday by Debbie Macomber

Taking a job in a remote Alaskan town, a talented young chef bonds with a crotchety baker and a master swordsmith who complicate her career ambitions on the mainland.

The clockmaker’s daughter by Kate Morton

More than 150 years after an artist’s retreat on the banks of the Upper Thames ends in murder, theft and ruin, a London archivist is drawn by a striking photograph and a sketchbook to discover a manor’s secrets.

Shell game by Sara Paretsky

Returning to Chicago to prevent an erroneous murder charge, V.I. Warshawski traces a stolen artifact with links to a network of international mobsters, terrorist financiers, scammers and art thieves.

In times gone by by Tracie Peterson

After getting left at the altar, Kenzie Gifford flees to San Francisco to start her life over.  But when the Great Earthquake of 1906 strikes, everything changes.

A spark of light by Jodi Picoult

This powerful and provocative new novel is about ordinary lives that intersect during a heart-stopping crisis.

Blood communion by Anne Rice

Holy ghost by John Sandford

A mayor’s half-baked scheme to revive a floundering Minnesota community by turning it into a religious shrine is thrown into chaos by the discovery of a body.

Every breath by Nicholas Sparks

A chance encounter becomes a transcendent turning point for wo very different people, including the conflicted surgeon daughter of an ALS patient and a Sunset Beach newcomer from Zimbabwe who aims to meet his birth father.

An Irish country cottage by Patrick Taylor

When the Donnallys lose everything to a home fire, doctors O’Reilly and Laverty rally the citizens of Ballybucklebo to help the family rebuild while navigating a young couple’s high-risk efforts to build a family.

Under my skin by Lisa Unger

Emerging from grief a year after her beloved husband’s unsolved murder, a haunted widow has nightmares and blackout before realizing she is trapped in a surreal game of cat and mouse.

Desperate measures by Stuart Woods

New York City cop-turned-Manhattan law firm rainmaker Stone Barrington tackles a challenge with the potential of costing him everything.

 

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