"Then Again" by Diane Keaton. This is Diane Keaton’s unforgettable memoir about her mother and herself. In an extraordinary narrative, Keaton not only reveals herself to us, she also lets us meet the woman who shaped her life, the mother who chronicled her life in eighty-five inspiring and entertaining journals.
"Through My Eyes" by Tim Tebow. Good or bad, Denver Bronco quarterback Tim Tebow has become a national obsession for sports fans, media outlets, and family conversations. Now, in through "My Eyes", Tebow writes about life as he chooses to live it, revealing how his Christian faith, his family values, and his relentless drive to succeed have molded him into the person and the athlete he is today.
"How I Got This Way" by Regis Philbin. After five decades in show business and nearly 17,000 hours on television, Regis Philbin has a lifetime’s worth of stories to share. In this entertaining memoir, the consummate talk-show host, husband and father looks back at his years in show business.
"Catherine the Great: Portrait of a Woman" by Robert K. Massie. This is the well researched story of an obscure young German princess who traveled to Russia at fourteen and rose to become one of the most remarkable, powerful, and captivating women in history. Catherine’s family, friends, ministers, generals, lovers, and enemies are all vividly described.
"The Litigators" by John Grisham. After twenty-plus years as small time law partners, Oscar Finley and Wally Figg scratch out a half-decent living in southwest Chicago. Then a hot shot, unemployed young lawyer stumbles into their offices and changes everything. Now maybe, just maybe, they can even tackle a really big case...one that might make them rich without requiring them to actually practice much law.
"No Mercy" by Sherrilyn Kenyon. Amazon legend Samia has lived fast, fought hard, and has taken as many of her enemies down as she could. Now in contemporary New Orleans, the immortal Amazon warrior is about to learn that there’s a worse evil coming to slaughter mankind. In order to win this battle, she must break the most cardinal of rules, and pray it doesn’t unravel the universe as we know it.
Sharon Sturgis is the librarian at the Ellinwood School/Community Library.