Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Seven Minutes in Heaven by Sara Shepard


"For months, my long-lost twin, Emma, has been living my life and trying to solve my murder. She's unearthed dark secrets about my friends, my family, and my tangled past. But when it comes to finding my killer, she keeps running into dead ends. Until my body shows up in Sabino Canyon." from the cover.
Find in the Young Adult area under SHEPARD.

Monday, December 30, 2013

The Last Dead Girl by Harry Dolan

David Loogan, home inspector in Rome, New York, meets Jana Fletcher, law student, when he stops after she hits a deer with her car. He gives her a ride home and they become involved in a relationship that lasts 10 days. Then she is murdered and David becomes the prime suspect.
As the story unfolds, the story jumps back and forth in time from after Jana is killed to when she was still alive. Jana has a stalker, named K, who keeps his identity hidden until the surprising twist near the end of the story. Suspects abound from the cousins, Eli and Luke Daw, the professor who works for the Innocence Project with Jana, the Pruetts, and Poe Washburn. Washburn is responsible for putting one of the Pruetts in jail for murder when he says he hears a jailhouse confession about the man murdering his own wife. Jana feels that the case is worthy of the Innocence Project although her professor has doubts. 
Frank Moretti, Homicide Detective, lets David go for lack of evidence. David tries to convince Moretti that he is looking in the wrong places for the killer and works hard to uncover what was really going on in Jana’s life prior to the ten days David knew her.

The suspense builds as the suspects are brought forward and then eliminated by alibi or death. The story of Jana becomes more complicated as David finds out that Jana’s dreams of being trapped underground are all too real and her death is really only the tip of the iceberg to what really happened to Jana.

Friday, December 27, 2013

Hitler's Secret by William Osborne

Otto and Leni thought they were safe: They escaped (barely) from war-torn Europe and are living as refugees in England. But now the Crown has recruited them: Great Britain wants them to go back. As spies!
Dropped behind enemy lines, they embark on a top-secret operation. Code name: Wolfsangel. Their mission? Capture the one person who can defeat the ultimate evil of Nazism! Der Fuhrer has destroyed Otto's and Leni's families, but what if the tables were turned? What if Hitler's ultimate legacy was in their hands? from the cover
Find in the new Young Adult section of the library.

Monday, December 23, 2013

Emerald Green by Kerstin Gier

Start with Ruby Red, then read Sapphire Blue.
Emerald Green is the final book in the Ruby Red series.
Find under Young Adult Gier.

Friday, December 20, 2013

Command Authority by Tom Clancy

Command Authority

About the Book: There's a new strong man in Russia but his rise to power is based on a dark secret hidden decades in the past. The solution to that mystery lies with a most unexpected source, President Jack Ryan.

About Tom Clancy: Thirty years ago Tom Clancy was a Maryland insurance broker with a passion for naval history. Years before, he had been an English major at Baltimore's Loyola College and had always dreamed of writing a novel. His first effort, The Hunt for Red October, sold briskly as a result of rave reviews, then catapulted onto the New York Times bestseller list after President Reagan pronounced it "the perfect yarn." From that day forward, Clancy established himself as an undisputed master at blending exceptional realism and authenticity, intricate plotting, and razor-sharp suspense. He passed away in October 2013. http://www.tomclancy.com/tom_clancy.php

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Smash Trial By Fire By Chris A. Bolton

Can an ordinary boy gain superpowers? Ten-year-old Andrew’s favorite superhero is Defender, and daydreams of being like just like him. One day something happens that means Andrew might get his wish to be super fast, super strong, and able to fly.

When Defender falls victim to one force he can’t repel, Andrew is in the right place at the right time - or maybe it will turn out to be the wrong place at the wrong time.

Andrew accidentally inherits Defender’s super powers and has to learn how to use them - birds can be quite inconvenient when you are trying to get the hang of flying. Who killed Defender and will they come after Andrew when they discover a young boy has gained his much sought after superpowers?

Smash is a comic book collaboration between brothers Chris Bolton and Kyle Bolton, and began as a free webcomic. Switching between Andrew’s normal life and that of his new alter ego - soon dubbed Smash by the media - the story and its smooth, clean artwork are classic comic book style, and easy to read.

There’s something appealing about Andrew in his homemade superhero costume - hooded cape, belt, big boots and goggles - and as any true superhero should, he dodges baddies and fights to save the day. Smash: Trial By Fire is book one in this graphic novel series which is marketed at a broad age range, and is all around fun for L-plate superheroes in waiting. ~Kids' Book Review~

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

History Decoded: The 10 greatest conspiracies of all time by Brad Meltzer with Keith Ferrell

Master storyteller Brad Meltzer, counts down the world's top ten most intriguing stories - the great conspiracies, from Leonardo da Vinci's stolen prophecy to the Kennedy assasssination.
Read about John Wilkes Booth, Confederate gold, D. B. Cooper and UFOS.
Brad Meltzer: "We'll give you our theories - plus the sensible and logical questions to ask - and then you decide who you believe....Show me your favorite conspiracy and I'll show you who you are."
Find in new books: 364.1 MELTZ

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Takedown Twenty by Janet Evanovich

Stephanie Plum is back in new situations with the same beloved characters.
Lula and Stephanie are on stakeout near the Trenton public housing projects buying knockoff purses out of the back of a car when they spot a giraffe loping by.
And so begins another madcap adventure with Stephanie and her friends.
Put your name on the reserve list for this popular title.

Friday, December 13, 2013

The Bones of Paris by Laurie R. King

The Bones of Paris

Known for her Mary Russell/Sherlock Holmes mysteries, Laurie King goes in a new direction with Harry Stuyvesant, private detective. Missing since the end of March, Philippa “Pip” Crosby’s family from Boston hires Harris Stuyvesant, private investigator, to find her. Stuyvesant starts his search in Paris with Crosby’s friends and acquaintances, but the trail has gone cold. Europe has become a playground for poor little rich girls with allowances rebelling against their families. Crosby has involved herself in the art scene, spending some time as a model before her disappearance. As Stuyvesant goes deeper and deeper into the art scene, he finds disturbing representations of art and begins to wonder if he will find Pip Crosby alive. Paris 1929 with it's decadent lifestyle, gives a sense of high almost frenetic spirits before the crash and depression of the 1930s. Find in the new book section under Fiction KING

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Christmas Fiction

Smallish books with holiday cheer, magic of the season, and a little romance.

The Gods of Guilt by Michael Connelly

First lines:
"I approached the witness stand with a warm and welcoming smile. This of course, belied my true intent, which was to destroy the woman who sat there with her eyes fixed on me. Claire Welton had just identified my client as the man who had forced her out of her Mercedes E60 at gunpoint on Christmas Eve last year. She said he was the one who then shoved her to the ground before taking off with the car, her purse, and all the shopping bags she had loaded into the backseat at the mall."

Mickey Haller, known as the "Lincoln Lawyer", from the first book in the series, is back with new cases including the murder of a woman he had once represented.
Find in the new book section: Fiction CONNELLY

Monday, December 09, 2013

The Supreme Macaroni Company by Adriana Trigiani

The third novel in the Valentine series, THE SUPREME MACARONI COMPANY is available at Hibbing Public Library.  Author, Adriana Trigiani is on Facebook. "Like" her page to find about about Adriana and her popular books. And she has a website: http://www.adrianatrigiani.com/

Wednesday, December 04, 2013

The Sons of Marella Windsong


McGauley’s eighth Moran family novel highlights the colorful Duluth priest, Father Mickey Moran, orchestrating another wild but believable
escapade. At the same time, Mickey continues to struggle with his vocation and cope with a challenge that will take a miracle to overcome.
The lives of Mickey and Marella Windsong become interwoven with a
mixture of real and fictional personalities that will delight Twins
baseball fans. from cover
Find in new books. Fiction MCGAULEY

Tuesday, December 03, 2013

How to Lose Everything by Philipp Mattheis

Jonathan, Sam, Schulz, and Eric were just four normal teenagers living normal teenage lives until the spring of 1994, when they broke into an abandoned home and found a hidden supply of cash. As the friends began to dig deeper into the mysteries of where that money came from and who exactly it belonged to, the stakes got higher and the regrets piled up. One way or another, these four friends were going to get what they paid for, and pay for what they got. from cover. Find in Young Adult Fiction MATTHE

Monday, December 02, 2013

Holiday Baking

Celebrate the holidays with these recipes: Cinnamon Rolls, Cheesecakes, Pies, Tarts, Brownies, Breads, Cookies and more. Find in New Books under 641.568 BETTE

Friday, November 29, 2013

Minnesota Digital Library

City Park, Hibbing, MN

 The Minnesota Digital Library is a large and vast website full of digitized photos of lakes and a great deal more. On their site, visitors can learn about projects which include the fascinating "Minnesota Reflections," a trove of over 135,000 photos and maps. As it is a large collection, the site also provides a few helpful user guides. In the section For Educators, interested parties can make their way through lesson plans and curriculum guides. Topics here cover a variety of Minnesota-specific lessons, including "Mining in Minnesota" and "The Civilian Conservation Corps in Minnesota." Additionally, for library professionals interested in learning from the success of this project, the Digitizing & Metadata section provides great reports just for this purpose. from the Scout Report

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Consumer Reports Magazine

The latest Consumer Reports Magazine for December 2013 features Get the Best Gifts for everyone on your list (and you, too!) Shop for TVs, cellphones, tablets, laptops, cameras, ebook readers and more.

Monday, November 25, 2013

Are You Experienced? by Jordan Sonnenblick

Rich is a fifteen-year-old guitar player frustrated with his father and his life. Rich breaks into a locked cabinet that holds his dad's prized possession: a guitar signed by Jimi Hendrix. Before he knows it, Rich is transported to the side of a road in Upstate New York with a beautiful girl beside him. Shocked, he comes to realize it's 1969, he's at Woodstock, and the girl's band of friends includes his fifteen-year-old dad and his uncle, who's still alive.  from the book cover.  Find in Young Adult Fiction Sonnenblick

Conjured by Sarah Beth Durst

First Line: "Your name is Eve. Remember that."

Eve is in the witness protection program hiding from a serial killer. Her looks have been altered - the better to hide her in plain sight. Eve can't remember where she came from and in her dreams she sits in a carnival tent where an old woman tells her a story, "Once upon a time..." Find in Young Adult Fiction Durst

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

The Butler: A Witness to History by Wil Haygood

The Butler: A Witness to History

While the movie The Butler is set against historical events, the title character and his family are fictionalized. From the moment I read Wil Haygood's article about him in the Washington Post, I was very moved by the real life of Eugene Allen. I remember Wil Haygood sharing with me his inspiration for writing his original article. On the cusp of Obama's election he sought to find an African American butler who had seen firsthand the civil rights movement from both within and outside the White House.  from the Foreword.

Monday, November 18, 2013

Rasputin's Shadow by Raymond Khoury

Mine in the Ural Mountains, 1916.
Overcome by a strange paranoia, miners attack one another leaving Rasputin and a scientist with no choice but to blow up the mine.
Present day: FBI Agent Sean Reilly is on the case when a Russian attache seems to have committed suicide by jumping out of a fourth floor window in Queens. The apartment's owners a retired physics teacher from Russia and his wife have gone missing. from the book. Find in Large Print KHOURY

The Christie Curse by Victoria Abbott

In 1926 Agatha Christie disappeared - making headlines across the world - only to show up eleven days later at a spa under an assumed name. During those eleven days, did she have time to write a play?

Jordan Bingham needs a job and a place to live thanks to a credit card -stealing ex and pending grad school loans. She soon finds a research job and her first assignment is to track down a rumored Agatha Christie play. Seems easy enough, but Jordan soon finds out that her predecessor was killed while looking for it, and there is still someone out willing to murder to keep the play out of circulation. from the book. 
Find in Large Print ABBOTT.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Minnesota Ballet's Nutcracker

The library has vouchers that can be exchanged for free tickets.  Vouchers must be exchanged for tickets at the Minnesota Ballet Box office in Duluth by December 6th, 2013.

As at the front desk for vouchers and information.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Cross and Burn by Val McDermid

Bradfield, northern England.
The special homicide squad run by Carol Jordan has been disbanded after their last horrific case. Tony Hill, profiler, and Carol have also parted ways in their personal life. Tony is distraught that he was unable to save Carol's brother from a madman. Paula, another member of the disbanded squad, has just started a new position with a new boss when the body of a woman is discovered in an abandoned apartment. Plenty of action and suspense make this another great mystery in the Tony Hill series. Eighth in the series, start with the first book, The Mermaids Singing.

Dust by Patricia Cornwell

The latest Scarpetta novel is here!

Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Free Museum Tickets

Now Available:
Tickets good for free admission to participating venues until December 31, 2013

This program was funded in part or in whole by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

The Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon by Alexander McCall Smith

Modern ideas get tangled up with traditional ones in the latest intriguing installment in the beloved, best-selling No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series. 
Precious Ramotswe has taken on two puzzling cases. First she is approached by the lawyer Mma Sheba, who is the executor of a deceased farmer’s estate. Mma Sheba has a feeling that the young man who has stepped forward may be falsely impersonating the farmer’s nephew in order to claim his inheritance. Mma Ramotswe agrees to visit the farm and find out what she can about the self-professed nephew. Then the proprietor of the Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon comes to Mma Ramotswe for advice. The opening of her new salon has been shadowed by misfortune. Not only has she received a bad omen in the mail, but rumors are swirling that the salon is using dangerous products that burn people’s skin. Could someone be trying to put the salon out of business? 
Meanwhile, at the office, Mma Ramotswe has noticed something different about Grace Makutsi lately. Though Mma Makutsi has mentioned nothing, it has become clear that she is pregnant . . . But in Botswana—a land where family has always been held above all else—this may be cause for controversy as well as celebration. 
With genuine warmth, sympathy, and wit, Alexander McCall Smith explores some tough questions about married life, parenthood, grief, and the importance of the traditions that shape and guide our lives. 
 (from the cover). 
This is the fourteenth installment in the series:  Find in the new book section.

Tuesday, November 05, 2013

Brilliant Blunders: from Darwin to Einstein by Mario Livio

Colossal Mistakes by Charles Darwin, Lord, Kelvin, Linus Pauling, Fred Hoyle and Albert Einstein - some of the greatest scientific geniuses in history - led to some of their major breakthroughs. 
Find in 500 LIVIO in new books.

Friday, November 01, 2013

Free Digital Magazines

Read full digital copies of your favorite magazines on a computer, tablet, or mobile device using the free Zinio Reader app.

Magazines downloads are free after you create an Arrowhead Library and a Zinio Account.

Click here for the Arrowhead catalog and directions.

Try the following:

American Snowmobiler
Snowmobiling’s best-selling magazine offers the most in-depth, unbiased snowmobile reviews and comparisons. Three exciting shootouts each year provide independent speeds, weights, horsepower, and MPG figures, while each issue features electrifying photos, how-to tech advice, new products, news, vintage sled stories and travel destinations. A detailed Buyers Guide starts each season.
Available for: iPhone, iPad, Android PDF, Zinio Reader 4, RIM, Win 8, Win 8 Phone.

Backcountry Magazine
Backcountry isn’t about defining boundaries, it’s about blowing them wide open. More people than ever are redefining their ideas of skiing and snowboarding, Backcountry is their tool; a conduit and catalyst of the backcountry revolution. Inside, you will find possibilities limited only by your imagination. Join us and imagine your Untracked Experience.
Available for: iPhone, iPad, Android PDF, Zinio Reader 4, RIM, Win 8, Win 8 Phone

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Treats on Thursday

Get a treat at the front desk when you stop in the library today.  Hours are 10:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.

Also remember to visit City Hall between 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.  The councilors will be on hand to give out treats.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Still Foolin' 'em: Where I've Been, Where I'm Going, and Where the Hell Are My Keys?

Publishers Weekly 08/12/2013 states, “Avoiding the trappings excess schmaltz, laundry list of famous friends, boozy party log of so many celebrity memoirs, Crystal delivers a funny and genuinely moving chronicle of his life inside and outside Hollywood.” 

Billy Crystal is turning 65 and as usual, the new challenges in his life are themes for his comedy.  Crystal also reflects on his life and his love of comedy.  This title is currently on order at the library.  Put your name on the request list.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Simple Literacy Projects for Preschool

Wild About Group Time by the Between the Lions Staff
This resource offers 100 plans that will help children develop and practice literacy skills that are needed to become a successful reader.  Each chapter focuses on a familiar early childhood topic, such as friends, feelings, colors, and homes.  Lessons are perfect for large groups of children but can be scaled down.  All projects are based on the award-winning PBS KIDS Literacy Series.

Find this book in the “New Nonfiction” in 372.6.

Monday, October 28, 2013

October Fest Fall Party

Tuesday, October 29th
10:00 a.m.

Come to story time dressed as your favorite character.  Bring a treat to share.  There will be games, crafts, and fun in the library auditorium.  Pick up a library treat bag when you are ready to leave.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Storm Front by John Sandford

Virgil Flowers, working for the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, based in the farming country of Mankato, tries to retrieve an artifact stolen from a dig in Israel. Seventh in the Virgil Flowers series. Website: http://www.johnsandford.org/books.html 
If this series is new to you, start with Dark of the Moon.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Kovels' Antiques and Collectibles Price Guide

Kovels' Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide 2014

We have the 2014 edition in the reference collection and the 2013 is available to check out.
Look up your antiques and collectibles in the book or check out the Kovels' website:

Monday, October 21, 2013

Sycamore Row by John Grisham

Sycamore Row

In Sycamore Row, John Grisham returns to the setting and some of the original characters of A Time To Kill. Jake Brigance is back with another controversial trial in Ford County twenty-five years later.
John Grisham's Website: http://www.jgrisham.com

Friday, October 18, 2013

Recommended Reading

Pick up one of the following books at the library that were listed in the “Top Ten First Novels of 2013” in Booklist magazine.

The Death of Bees By Lisa O’Donnell.
In this deeply human page-turner, O’Donnell portrays two sisters who have just buried their wretched parents behind their Glasgow housing development and must now steer clear of their nosy neighbor.

Fellow Mortals By Dennis Mahoney.
Mahoney’s quietly powerful debut tracks the impact of a sudden tragedy on a suburban neighborhood after a mail carrier accidentally starts a fatal fire.

LoterĂ­a By Mario Alberto Zambrano.
Zambrano’s stunning and engaging debut takes the form of the journal of 11-year-old Luz Castillo, who has been taken into the state’s custody and only communicates by writing entries inspired by illustrations on the cards for LoterĂ­a, a Mexican bingo-like game.

The Twelve Tribes of Hattie By Ayana Mathis.

Hattie, 16, flees Jim Crow Georgia and settles in Philadelphia. As Mathias tracks Hattie’s long struggles and those of her many children, she illuminates, with blazing insight, the crushed dreams and complexly tragic legacy of the Great Migration.

200 Tips for Jewelry Making by Xuella Arnold and Sara Withers

200 Tips for Jewelry Making: Tips, Techniques and Trade Secrets

Learn threading and beading techniques, working with wire, clay, resins, found objects, plastics and metal to make jewelry in new and innovative ways. For beginners and advanced jewelry artists.
Find in the new book section under 739.27028 ARNOL

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Just one evil act by Elizabeth George

"As her devoted readers know, George’s D.I. Lynley procedurals are more about characters than crime. This entry is certainly no different, but, unlike the most recent books, which center on a distraught Lynley, recovering from his wife’s murder, the focus is on Lynley’s partner (and polar opposite), D.S. Barbara Havers. It begins when Taymullah Azhar, Barbara’s neighbor, asks for help in finding his beloved daughter, Hadiyyah, with whom his wife has absconded."
Excerpt from Booklist

The first book in the series, A Great Deliverance (1988), was a 1988 Agatha Award for Best First Novel, 1989 Anthony Award for Best First Novel, Finalist 1989 Edgar Award for Best First Novel and Finalist 1989 Macavity Award for Best Novel.

Elizabeth George has a website: http://www.elizabethgeorgeonline.com/

Friday, October 11, 2013

Once upon a time: The lives of Bob Dylan by Ian Bell

Called the greatest songwriter of his time and the voice of a generation or three, Bob Dylan is an American Icon.
The author: "What's so special about Bob Dylan? You could offer the minimum, Pulitzer or Grammy award style: a greatly gift songwriter who through a long and distinguished career has influenced...etcetera."
"All the strands of American popular music save one (jazz) come together in Dylan... and he has turned it into a literary form."
Find in the new book section under 782.42164092 BELL

Thursday, October 10, 2013

King's Mountain by Sharyn McCrumb

King's Mountain by Sharyn McCrumb. In stores in September 12, 2013.

Part of her popular Appalachian historical novels in the Ballad series, Sharyn McCrumb takes us back to the American Revolution.

"King's Mountain (Sept. New York: St. Martin’s Press) tells the story of the Revolutionary War battle that changed the course of the war. Told from the points of view of Patriot leader John Sevier and Tory camp follower Virginia Sal, the novel brings to life the people and events in the southern front of the Revolution—a story largely ignored by the history books. "
from http://www.sharynmccrumb.com/kings_mountain.html

Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Never go back by Lee Child


Jack Reacher has been featured in 18 books by Lee Child and you can read about Reacher here: http://www.leechild.com/jack-reacher/

Start with the first book, Killing Floor.

Never Go Back  has Reacher going back to 110th Military Police, his old unit in Washington, D.C. to meet the new commanding officer, Major Susan Turner, who had just been thrown in the brig on a bribery charge. Reacher finds trouble of his own with a couple of trumped up charges and recalled to his unit to face those charges. This popular series requires putting your name on the reserve list to read this book.

Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Monster Mash

Monster Mash

Fun New Books for little ones about not-very scary monsters @ The Hibbing Public Library!


Inherit the Dead

 Twenty best selling mystery authors get together and write a serial noir story. Authors who wrote a chapter in this unique form of storytelling to benefit Safe Horizon, that assist victims of violent crime are:

  • Mary Higgins Clark
  • John Connolly
  • Charlaine Harris
  • CJ Box
  • Mark Billingham
  • Lawrence Block
  • Ken Bruen
  • Alafair Burke
  • Stephen L. Carter
  • Marcia Clark
  • Max Allan Collins
  • James Grady
  • Heather Graham
  • Bryan Gruley
  • Val McDermid
  • SJ Rozan
  • Jonathan Santlofer
  • Dana Stabenow
  • Lisa Unger
  • Sarah Weinman 

Website: www.inheritthedead.com

Thursday, October 03, 2013

Tamarack County by William Kent Krueger

Tamarack County by William Kent KruegerPut your name on the reserve list for the latest in the Cork O'Connor series by one of Minnesota's favorite authors.
Read more about William Kent Krueger and his books on his website: http://www.williamkentkrueger.com/

Wednesday, October 02, 2013

Operation Storm by John J. Geoghegan

Operation Storm - John J. Geoghegan, Author Event

The true story of Japan's top secret plan to change the course of World War II using a squadron of submarines designed as under water aircraft carriers. Each submarine was equipped with attack bombers painted to look like U. S. aircraft with the daring plan to launch a deadly air attack on the eastern coast of the United States. Find in the new book section under 940.545952 GEOGH

Thursday, September 26, 2013

The Longest Road by Philip Caputo

From Key West, Florida to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, Philip Caputo drives with his wife, 2 dogs and an old airstream trailer the longest road across the continental United States.
From the author: "With enough time, gas money, and nerve, I could drive from the southernmost point to the northernmost reachable by road. At one end, I would look upon the Gulf Stream and the Southern Cross, and at the other the Arctic Ocean and the Northern Lights."
Find in the new book section under 973.93 CAPUT

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

The Road from Gap Creek by Robert Morgan

"When Robert Morgan’s novel Gap Creek was published in 1999, it became an Oprah Book Club Selection and an instant national bestseller, attracting hundreds of thousands of readers to its story of a marriage begun with love and hope at the turn of the twentieth century. Set in the Appalachian South, it followed Julie and Hank Richards as they struggled through the first year and a half of their union.
But what, readers asked, of the years that followed? What did the future hold for these memorable characters?
The Road from Gap Creek holds the answers to these questions, as Robert Morgan takes us back into their lives, telling their story and the stories of their children through the eyes of their youngest daughter, Annie. Through Annie, we watch as the four Richards children create their own histories, lives that include both triumphs and hardship in the face of the Great Depression and then World War II." Barnes and Noble overview