By , March 1, 2011 6:40 pm

Free Movies for 2019

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.

April 30 – Instant Family

May 28 – Oceans 8

June 25 – TBA

 Free to all, donations appreciated; no registration required.


Coming Attractions @ your library 

Redemption by David Baldacci

Confronted by the first murder suspect of his early career while visiting his hometown, FBI detective Amos Decker reexamines startling connections to another crime that make him question if he arrested the wrong man years earlier. 

Hope on the inside by Marie Bostwick

The better sister by Alafair Burke

When a prominent Manhattan lawyer is murdered, two estranged sisters -one the victim’s widow, the other his ex- navigate long-standing resentments to uncover devastating family secrets.

Kiss the girls and make them cry by Mary Higgins Clark

Navigating traumatic memories of an assault in college, a journalist researching the #MeToo movement discovers that her attacker is on the cusp of a merger that will render him a billionaire.

Tiamat’s wrath by James S.A. Corey

While Elvi Okoye weighs the consequences of uncovering the truth about weapons tied to an ancient genocide, Teresa Duarte navigates secrets and dangerous intrigues to fulfill her father’s godlike ambition.

Under the table by Janet Evanovich

A modern adaptation of My Fair Lady is the story of a canny young divorcee who makes over her socially awkward millionaire client, with unexpected results.

The patient one by Shelley Shepard Gray

Lights! Camera! Puzzles! by Parnell Hall

When her ex’s sensational tell-all about their lives is optioned for a movie, Puzzle Lady Cora Felton reluctantly accepts a producer role’s in the much-despised production before a body is found on set, staged with a crossword puzzle clue.

Murder from scratch by Leslie Karst

Chronicles of a radical hag by Lorna Landvik

When beloved columnist Haze Evans falls into a coma, Susan McGrath, filling the void with Haze’s past columns, stumbles upon secrets that have been locked in the files for decades.

The tinderbox by Beverly Lewis

The Department of Sensitive Crimes by Alexander McCall Smith

Tasked with their Swedish Police Department’s most unusual cases, lead detective Ulf Varg and his colorful associates investigate a bizarre stabbing, a lost imaginary boyfriend and a haunted spa.

Safe haven by Patricia MacDonald

The library of lost and found by Phaedra Patrick

A shy librarian whose kind heart is often exploited receives a mysterious book of fairy tales from the beloved grandmother she believed dead and embarks on a perspective-changing journey of astonishing family secrets.

Miracle at St. Andrews by James Patterson and Peter de Jonge

Seeking personal inspiration a former professional golfer finds it during a pilgrimage to the mythical greens at St. Andrews.

A woman of no importance by Sonia Purnell

Miss Julia takes the wheel by Ann B. Ross

Miss Julia’s efforts to understand mysteries surrounding an unscrupulous new doctor and his painfully shy wife are complicated by Lloyd’s first car and a newly divorced LuAnne’s makeover in accordance with a new funeral home job.

Neon prey by John Sandford

When a seemingly minor investigation leads to the discovery of trophies from a score of murders, Lucas Davenport lands on the trail of an enigmatic killer who has been able to operate for years below the radar.

Someone knows by Lisa Scottoline

Haunted by her role in a covered-up prank gone wrong decades earlier, Allie returns to her childhood home and resolves to uncover the truth, before making a shattering discovery.

The summer cottage by Viola Shipman

Memories of better times motivate a woman at a crossroads in her life to renovate a lakeside family cottage where she was most happy and where she discovers a cache of letters from the late-19th century.


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