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Published: Friday, June 13, 2014 10:30 a.m. CST

The following are titles at Gibson Memorial Library, 200 W. Howard St. Regular library hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays; and closed Sundays.

New Titles

“Black Horizon” James Grippando; “City of Darkness and Light” Rhys Bowen; “Dating Ladies of Lowell” Kate Alcott; “Everything to Lose” Andrew Gross; “First Phone Call from Heaven” Mitch Albom; “Goldfinch: a Novel” Donna Tartt; “Husband’s Secret” Liane Moriarty; “One Hundred Names” Cecelia Ahern; “Star for Mrs. Blake” April Smith; “Natchez Burning Up” Greg Iles; “Starfire” Dale Brown; “Hunte” Karen Robards; “Lemon Orchard” Luanne Rice; “Plain Murder" Emma Miller; “Possibility Dogs: What a Handful” Susannah Charleson; “Red Velvet Cupcake Murder” Joanne Flunke; “Shadow Woman” Linda Howard; “Way of all Flesh” Martha Grimes; “Miracle Road” Emily March.

New CDs

“Live to See Tomorrow” Iris Johansen; “Everybody’s Got Something” Robin Roberts; “Field of Prey” John Sandford; “Unlucky Thirteen” James Patterson; “Resistant” Michael Palmer; “Walking on Water” Richard Paul Evans; “Robert B. Parker’s Cheap Shot.”

New Large Print

"Field of Prey” John Sandford; “Another Man’s Moccasins” Craig Johnsen; “Robert B. Parker’s Cheap Shot”; “The Keeper” John Lescroat; “Chestnut Street” Maeve Binchy; “A Family Affair” Fern Michaels; “Smitten Book Club” Colleen Coble, Kristin Billesbeck, Diann Hunt and Denise Hunter; “Seasons of Tomorrow” Cindy Woodsmall; “Bridge to Haven” Francine Rivers; “Undetected” Dee Henderson; “The Soldier’s Secrets” Naomi Rawlings; “Eliot Ness” Douglas Perry; “Wyoming Promises” Kerri Martin; “The Preacher’s Bride Claim” Laurie Kingery; “Cockroaches" Jo Nesbo; “The Guardians Promise” Christina Rich; “No One to Trust” Lynette Eason; “The Advocate” Randy Singer; “The Skin Collector” Jeffery Deaver; “Starfire” Dale Brown; “The Son” Jo Nesbo; “The Lincoln Myth” Steve Berry; “Natchez Burning” Greg Iles; “Miracle Road” Emily March; “Unlucky 13” James Patterson.

Reader Poll

Should state budget cuts include closing mental health facilities in Iowa?
Yes, if needed
No. More money should be put toward mental health, not less
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