Page Turners

Here is a list of books that have been shared on KMA's Page Turners with the Shenandoah Public Library.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

aired the week of March 18, 2013

When Crickets Cry by Charles Martin is a story about the heart.  Reece is running from the demons in his past when he encounters Annie a young girl fighting for her life.  Fate has a way of throwing people together, will Reece be able to overcome his past in order to reach out and help Annie?

aired the week of March 11, 2013

Touch & Go by Lisa Gardner is a heart pounding thriller from the beginning.  What happens when the entire Denbe family is abducted from their own home?  Why is there no ransom demand?  What do the kidnappers want with them and what are the police doing to track down the missing family?

aired the week of March 4, 2013

One Thousand White Women: the Journals of May Dodd by Jim Fergus is a what if story.  What if the Whites had agreed to send 1,000 white women to the Cheyenne Indians?  Read May's journals to find out what life would have been like for all involved.

Tuesday, February 05, 2013

aired the week of February 25, 2013

The Survivor by Gregg Hurwitz is a thrill ride from the beginning as Afghanistan veteran Nate Overbay is ready to end his life by jumping of the ledge of a bank building when gunfire erupts inside.  Follow Nate as he stops the robbery and then becomes a target of the Russian mafia.  This is a page turning thriller with well drawn very likable characters.

aired the week of February 18, 2013

Five Miles South of Peculiar by Angela Hunt tells the story of three sisters as they try to negotiate all the bumps and ruts in life's journey.  No matter what the age, sibling rivalry still happens.  Very enjoyable southern chick lit.

aired the week of February 11, 2013

A Killing in the Hills by Julia Keller follows county prosecuting attorney Bell Elkins as she and the sheriff try to figure out why someone would walk into the Salty Dog restaurant in broad daylight on a Saturday morning and kill three old men.  Is this related to the increased drug sales within the county.  A vivid portrait of rural West Virginia.