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.

April 24 – The Zookeeper’s wife

May 29 – Victoria & Abdul

June 26 – Darkest Hour

 Free to all, donations appreciated; no registration required.



Coming Attractions @ your library 

The fallen by David Baldacci

Visiting a friend’s family home in an economically troubled western Pennsylvania community, Amos Decker, a detective with an uncanny eidetic memory, spots suspicious lights and discovers two dead bodies with no clear indication of how either victim died before corrupt local authorities and other mysterious roadblocks challenge his investigation.

The family gathering by Robyn Carr

Continues the story of the residents of and visitors to the rustic campground of Sullivan’s Crossing.

I’ve got my eyes on you by Mary Higgins Clark

When an 18-year-old woman is found murdered at the bottom of her family’s pool, her older sister, a guidance counselor, rules out the chief suspects and teams up with the Prosecutor’s Office to uncover the truth, unaware that doing so is putting her own life at risk.

The glass room by Ann Cleeves 

A shot in the dark by Cleo Coyle

Dead girl running by Christina Dodd

My dear Hamilton: a novel of Eliza Schuyler Hamilton by Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie

An epic retelling of the life of Eliza Hamilton that describes her passionate dedication to a fledgling America’s independence, her unlikely marriage to penniless but brilliant officer Alexander Hamilton and the turmoil and tragedies that challenged her legacy. 

The saint of wolves and butchers by Alex Grecian

The knowledge by Martha Grimes

Investigating a double homicide involving a brazen heist at a rarefied art gallery and casino, Scotland Yard Detective Superintendent Richard Jury teams up with a motley assortment of Baker Street Irregulars to solve a case with ties to astrophysics, the Tanzanian gem mines and a long-planned act of revenge.

The river below by Bonnie Hearn Hill

When a mangled car is pulled from the river containing bloodstains and a gun, the sense of safety is shattered in Tessa’s Californian hometown.  Tessa, who works at the river conservancy thinks she saw a girl out on the riverbank – but Tessa’s memory is failing and could this be the start of something more serious?

The cave of bones by Anne Hillerman

Then she was gone by Lisa Jewell

Struggling to put her life back together a decade after her beloved teen daughter’s disappearance, a divorced woman bonds with a charming single father whose young child eerily resembles the woman’s own lost daughter and who compels a wrenching search for answers.

Shattered mirror by Iris Johansen

Eve Duncan is embroiled in a deadly game of intrigue after receiving a skull and instructions for it reconstruction, a project that reveals the story of a beautiful woman whose identical twin’s life is in danger.

The neuroscientist who lost her mind by Barbara Lipska

The road home by Beverly Lewis

In Prior’s Wood by G.M. Malliet

The good pilot Peter Woodhouse by Alexander McCall Smith

A heartwarming tale of hope and friendship is set during World War II and traces the intersection of a British farm girl, an American pilot and a German soldier who are brought together by an adorable border collie.

Our little secret by Roz Nay

Twenty-one days by Anne Perry

Miss Julia raises the roof by Ann B. Ross

Learning that a nosy local gossip has teamed up with a new pastor to set up a secret home for wayward teens in the lot beside Hazel Marie’s home, Miss Julia is shocked to discover that the venture has a sinister underlying agenda with the power to permanently disrupt their quiet and peaceful community.

After Anna by Lisa Scottoline

Marrying a wonderful woman after years of loneliness and single fatherhood, John finds his newfound happiness turned upside-down by the arrival of his beautiful sociopath teen daughter, whose campaign to destroy their family and untimely murder force John to prove his innocence in the face of malevolent discoveries.

The recipe box by Viola Shipman

When her efforts to pursue a professional culinary life away from her family’s northern Michigan orchard end in disappointment, Sam spends a summer working for the family pie shop and begins to learn about and understand the women in her life, her family’s history, and her passion for food as she prepares beloved ancestral recipes.

Speakeasy by Alisa Smith

A respectable linguistics expert who works as a Navy code-breaker during World War II fights to hide her past as the gangster girlfriend of a charismatic, high-profile bank robber, a secret that becomes more perilous upon the discovery of an old diary and the activities of a possible spy among her colleagues.

Mile high murder by Marcia Talley

A Nantucket wedding by Nancy Thayer

Mornings on Main by Jodi Thomas

The female persuasion by Meg Wolitzer

A shy college freshman finds her perspectives transformed by a mentor activist at the center of the women’s movement who challenges her to discover herself in ways that take her far from the traditional life she envisioned at the side of her boyfriend.

Shoot first by Stuart Woods

New York City cop turned Manhattan law firm rainmaker Stone Barrington navigates a case that becomes so scandalous that it tests the limits of his skills and credibility.



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