Fiction Fridays Books that Bite! Spooky Titles for Halloween!

Looking for something to scare you tonight?  Check out some of this creepy titles available at the John Tyler libraries! Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith and Jane Austen                  The Radleys by Matt Haig                 The Girl with All the Gifts by M.R. Carey                   Infected by Scott Sigler                   Blood Harvest by S.J. Bolton                …continue reading →

Fiction Fridays- Heroes of Olympus Part 2!

Welcome back for part two of the Fiction Friday's Heroes of Olympus!  For this week's edition, we tackle the latest two installments of the newest series by Rick Riordan. The Mark of Athena is the third book in this series. This leg of the adventure starts with Annabeth, Jason, Piper, and Leo on board of the Argo II approaching the Roman strong hold, Camp Jupiter.  With a warship on the horizon, the Romans prepare for war with the Greeks.   Annabeth is distraught, over the reunion with Percy, who has just come back…continue reading →

Fiction Friday- Heroes of Olympus (Books 1 & 2)

Since it's summer, this edition of Fiction Friday is a bit different.  Instead of highlighting one book, we want to show you a whole, ever expanding series. The library figures that because of all this beautiful summer weather, you may need more than one book to keep you busy! For today’s entry, we have chosen the Heroes of Olympus by Rick Riordan. You might think, “Hey that sounds familiar!?”  It probably is if you followed the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series or watched the motion pictures!  This series is the continuation of…continue reading →

Fiction Friday: The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat

Dubbed the Supremes when they were in high school, Odette, Clarice and Barbara Jean have been friends for over 40 years. Odette, born in a tree and fearless has inherited her mother’s ability to see and talk to the dead. Clarice, very proper and a gifted pianist has finally had enough of her handsome husband, Richmond’s infidelity. Barbara Jean still a stunning beauty confronts her alcoholism and her past. These are friends who will hold your hand, your secrets and your feet to the fire when needed. In short, the friendships that everyone…continue reading →

Fiction Friday: The Paris Architect

Paris, 1942: After two years of German occupation the Nazis have increased their efforts to eliminate the Jewish population. Architect Lucien Bernard is approached by a wealthy businessman to design hiding places for Jews. At first both alarmed and appalled by the risk he is being asked to take, Lucien reluctantly agrees when he is offered an additional commission to design a factory. He becomes intrigued by the design possibilities in creating the hiding places as well as excited at the prospect of outwitting the Germans. Though he begins with little sympathy for…continue reading →