Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Small Shoots of April by Catherine Gillier

There is less than a week before April comes to an end.  The sun is warm, and most of the snow has disappeared.  Tulip and daffodil bulbs have begun to push green leaves through the earth.  At the library, there … Continue reading

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The Winter that has Forgotten to Leave by Catherine Gillier

Only a hint of spring is showing through as the earth soaks up some of the remaining snow.  The sun comes out from time to time to warm the face of a lone walker.  A few birds begin their mating … Continue reading

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New Life is Pushing to the Surface by Catherine Gillier

New life is pushing to the surface as the sun hits the earth around the edges of the snow.  Spring is here and change will come.  Some of the books here at the library would like to share the changing … Continue reading

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Ann Cleeves, by Sue Culhane

Ann Cleeves has been writing mystery novels since 1986 but was suddenly thrust into the world of television when her character, DCI Vera Stanhope, was brought to life on screen by acclaimed actress Brenda Blethyn. Vera is not the traditional … Continue reading

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