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This sparkling series featured the irresistible chemistry of William Powell and Myrna Loy as husband and wife sleuths who solved murders with the aid of their wire-haired terrier, Asta. (Read more...)
Set in the glamorous world of 1930s upper-class Manhattan, The Thin Man and its sequels established the standard for witty comedy, clever dialogue and urbane one-upmanship.
Martha Stewart's Living the Good Long Life is an honest and upbeat practical guide with clear and motivating charts, resources, and tips from doctors and wellness specialists. (Read more...)
From the best ways to organize your home to protecting your mental well-being and appearance as you age, this book gives accessible ideas that you can incorporate every day. When it's time to explore caregiving for others, you'll know how to enrich their quality of life while preventing your own fatigue.
Pamela Mountbatten was born at the end of the 1920s into one of Britain's grandest families. (Read more...)
The daughter of Lord Louis Mountbatten and his glamorous wife Edwina Ashley, she was brought up by nannies and governesses as she was often parted from her parents as they dutifully carried out their public roles. A solitary child, she learned to occupy her days lost in a book, riding, or playing with the family's animals (which included at different times a honey bear, chameleons, a bush baby, two wallabies, a lion, a mongoose, and a coati).
Her parents' vast social circle included royalty, film stars, senior service officers, politicians, and celebrities. Noel Coward invited Pamela to watch him filming. Douglas Fairbanks Jr. dropped in for tea, and Churchill would call for
a word with Dickie.
After the war, Pamela truly came of age in India, while her parents were the last Viceroy and Vicereine. This introduction to the country would start a life-long love affair with the people and the place.
the holiday way, with an impressive array of books, and some other fun prizes, up for grabs. If you are age 18 or older, come play for your chance to win free copies of popular novels (by Danielle Steele, Jodi Picoult, Dan Brown, and other favorites), Christmas books (by Richard Paul Evans, Glenn Beck, Debbie Macomber, Fern Michaels, and more), and several non-fiction titles, too. Refreshments will be served. This event is free, but please register in advance so we can be prepared. Call the library or stop by the main desk to sign-up. Wed, Dec 18th, 6-7:30pm.
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