The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library:
Cricket in the Web: The 1949 Unsolved Murder that Unraveled Politics in New Mexico by Paula Moore reveals how the discovery of the body of an 18-year-old waitress in a shallow grave near Mesquite launched a series of court trials that would expose political corruption and reshape the direction of New Mexico’s civil rights law.
Gathering Roses by Ellen Weisberg explores the pursuit of love and friendship as journalist Lori Solomon dumps a loving, stable boyfriend for an on-and-off again relationship with a rebellious and moody radio personality.
Never Enough by Joe McGinniss exposes the dark heart of an American family in a harrowing true story of two brothers who grew up wanting to own the world but instead wound up murdered half a world apart, victims of an insatiable greed that led to tragedy.
Shadow Music by Julie Garwood is a historical romance about love, murder, adventure, and mystery set against the haunting landscape of medieval Scotland.
Those Who Made the Music: In Clovis and Outlying Areas 1907-2004 by Don McAlavy tells the stories of the home-grown musicians who practiced their art in this region, tracing the history of the music explosion that erupted from Clovis and was heard around the world.
Things I Want My Daughters to Know: A Novel by Elizabeth Noble celebrates family, friends, and the endless possibilities of life as a dying mother writes letters to her four daughters, aware that they will be facing the trials and triumphs of life without her at their side.
Brett Favre: The Tribute by the editors of Sports Illustrated offers the definitive account of the remarkable career of the Green Bay Packers’ free-spirited quarterback who thrilled fans with his exemplary talent, passionate style, and inspiring courage.