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The Journal Gazette

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 1:00 am

New library books

The following works of fiction are new at the Pontiac branch of the Allen County Public Library.


“The Jukebox Kings”by Douglas Allyn

 Irish Mick finds himself between a rock and a hard place when he becomes the owner of a recording studio in which the son of a Mafia boss has taken a sudden and lethal interest.


“An Extraordinary Union” by Alyssa Cole

 During the Civil War two undercover agents, Elle Burns (a former slave) and Malcolm McCall (a detective in Pinkerton's Secret Service) uncover a plot that could lead to a Confederate victory and vow to preserve the Union at any cost.


“The Wide Circumference of Love”

by Marita Golden

 A respected family court judge who has spent her life making tough calls, Diane Tate must make the toughest one yet when her 68-year-old husband is diagnosed with early onset dementia. Along with her children, she must re-examine her connection to the man he once was – and learn to love the man he has become.


“I See You” by Claire Mackintosh

 Spotting her own picture in a classified ad referencing a mysterious website, Zoe discovers that other women who have appeared in the ad have become the victims of increasingly violent crimes.


“Never Trust a Stranger” by Mary Monroe

 Taking incrementally greater risks to pursue the love and excitement they have always craved, best friends Lola Poole and Joan Proctor-Riley are drawn in by the fantasy life of seemingly kind and responsible trucker Calvin, whose talented sexual healing leads to the revelation of a deadly secret.