The following books are available at Clovis-Carver Public Library:
Urban Landscape Architecture, edited by Bridget Vranckx, showcases the work of the world’s best architects and designers who are transforming urban spaces to keep downtown areas vital and appealing for tourism and residency.
Lifeblood, by Penny Rudolph, sends Rachel Chavez on a search for answers after she discovers a pair of young Mexican boys locked in an abandoned van, hurries them off to a nearby medical center, and returns to discover that the hospital has no record of admitting either child.
The Bermuda Triangle Mystery Solved, by Larry Kusche, unravels one of the great mysteries of our time surrounding the strange area in the Atlantic Ocean where more than 100 planes and 1,000 people have literally vanished into thin air.
Playing for Pizza, by John Grisham, focuses on Rick Dockery, one of the worst players in NFL history, who travels to Italy to play football in the land of opera, fine wines, extremely small cars and romance.
Beyond the Body Farm: A Legendary Bone Detective Explores Murders, Mysteries and the Revolution in Forensic Science, by Bill Bass, explores the rise of the modern, sophisticated techniques and often simplest of tools used in several fascinating cases from his career to take readers into the real world of C.S.I.
The Bishop at the Lake, by Andrew Greeley, continues the popular Blackie Ryan mysteries as Archbishop Ryan sorts through the tangled family dynamics of a highly dysfunctional family to find a murderer.
The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World, by Alan Greenspan, follows the remarkable life’s journey of the author’s 18-year tenure as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board and how it stabilized the U.S. economy following Sept. 11, 2001.