Check It Out! Archer Public  Library

Gretchen Abernathy-Kuck 

The Archer Public Library’s Summer Reading Program 2020 is going virtual! While we're disappointed that we can't gather at the library for shows this year, our wonderful presenters have created videos and workshops for all to enjoy. Check our Facebook page for links to the shows, and to sign up for the Summer Reading Contest. If you are not on Facebook, you can also email the library for access at

Thank you to Donna Haile for her donation in memory of Cora Ann Ray Huddleston. Also, thank you to Mary Sue and David Owen for their donation in memory of Vinson “Vince” William Lowack, Jr.. Finally, thank you to Bill Sokora, and Jane Huffman for their donations to the Summer Reading Program.

Visit our website at to access our virtual collections!


The Women's Murder Club face the fight of their lives in the latest thriller from the bestselling James Patterson series.

Some people like to shoot. Some people like to kill.

Three victims, three bullets, three cities.

The first of these simultaneous serial killings occurs in San Francisco, Sergeant Lindsay Boxer's jurisdiction and reporter Cindy Thomas's beat. The shooters are precise, as is their target selection. Each one of the men and women down excels at an illegal and deadly activity that is dominating public debate. As the casualty list expands, the fear and fascination with this shooting gallery galvanizes the county.

Are the shooter villains or heroes? And who will be next?

Check out “20th Victim” by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro at the Archer Public Library


It is an epic drama of adventure, courage, ruthlessness and passion by one of Scandinavia’s most acclaimed storytellers.

Rowan Harper has traveled the American Extreme Bull Riders tour circuit with her stock-contractor father since she was four years old. She's seen the best rides and the worst wrecks. And then there's TJ who impressed her most when he didn't ride at all.

T.J. Casey walked away from his rightful place in last year's bull riding finals in order to bury his father. His sponsors are gone, but he's back to stake his claim. He wants the buckle, sure, but he also wants the woman who treats her bucking bulls like lambs.

Can T.J. really score the championship and the girl? Or will he have to choose between the two..once and for all?

Check out “Casey” by Kelly Hunter at the Archer Public Library’s website via TumbleBooks

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