Check It Out! Archer Public  Library

Gretchen Abernathy-Kuck 

The Archer Public Library was used by four hundred and six patrons during the week of July 15th – July 19th. Two hundred and eleven books and eighty-two videos were checked out during the week.

Thank you to Ronnie & Cheryl Beesinger for their donation in memory of Ruby McCaskill. Also, thank you to Donna Haile, and Ronnie & Cheryl Beesinger for their donation in memory of Charles Thomas “C.T.” McDaniel.

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On a Tuesday afternoon, Agent Sherlock is driving in downtown Washington when her Volvo is suddenly T-boned at an intersection. As her car spins out of control, a man's body slams against her windshield and then--blackness. When she finally regains consciousness in the hospital, she's told about the accident and the man she struck. No one knows yet who he is or where he is because he ran away. From DNA, they discover his name is Justice Cummings and he's a CIA analyst at Langley...and he's still missing.

Meanwhile, in the small town of Gaffer's Ridge, Virginia, Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith rescues a kidnapped woman claiming her captor had probably murdered three missing teenage girls. However, the man she accuses is the local sheriff's nephew and a member of a very powerful family, reputed to have psychic powers. When the sheriff arrests Griffin and the rescued woman, Carson DaSilva, he calls Savich for help. Together they have to weave their way through a labyrinth of lies to find the truth of a terrible secret.

Check out “Labyrinth (An FBI Thriller)” by Catherine Coulter at the Archer Public Library

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In this brilliant sequel to The Handmaid's Tale, acclaimed author Margaret Atwood answers the questions that have tantalized readers for decades.

When the van door slammed on Offred's future at the end of The Handmaid's Tale, readers had no way of telling what lay ahead for her—freedom, prison or death.

With “The Testaments,” the wait is over. Margaret Atwood's sequel picks up the story more than fifteen years after Offred stepped into the unknown, with the explosive testaments of three female narrators from Gilead.

Check out “The Testaments” by Margaret Atwood at the Archer Public Library

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