Monthly Archives: December 2014

Christmas Presence, by Catherine Gillier

As the end of the Christian holiday season approaches, we need to understand the truth that is in this poem: CHRISTMAS PRESENCE The birth of One Who shared our human condition And was tortured for His efforts Needs to be … Continue reading

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The final paragraph in 2014, by Catherine Gillier

The final paragraph is being written on the short story that is 2014. Here at the library, the Master of the contemporary short story, Alice Munro, has a book entitled FAMILY FURNISHINGS. Within it are twenty-four of the author’s most … Continue reading

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Sometimes the sun shines, by Catherine Gillier

Sometimes the sun shines. Sometimes the snow falls. But always, the books in the library are here for you to read. MALICE is written by the most widely read novelist in Japan, Keigo Higashino. This book tells the tale of … Continue reading

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P. D. James, by Sue Culhane

On Thursday 27th November the British novelist P.D. James who, after the death of Agatha Christie, reigned as “Queen of Crime” died at the age of 94 very full years. Her husband, a doctor, served in the Royal Army Medical … Continue reading

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Now that December has Arrived, by Catherine Gillier

  Now that December has arrived, patrons know that the longer nights can be lit by interesting books. The imagination can soar as the reader follows the author through many mysteries, secrets, sorrows and surprises. Here at the library, the … Continue reading

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