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The Burns Branch Library will have displays of James Patterson and Louis L’Amour’s books this week in celebration of their birthdays.

James Patterson, one of the world’s top-selling novelists was born March 22, 1947. He is best known for his thrillers, the Alex Cross detective series and the Women’s Murder Club series. He has written books in a variety of genres, from historical fiction to young adult. His novels have sold an estimated 220 million copies around the world. http://www.history.com

Born March 22, 1908, Louis L’Amour dropped out of high school at age 15. Over the next two decades, he traveled around the world working in an amazing variety of jobs. At various times, he tried his hand at being a cowboy, seaman, longshoreman, prizefighter, miner, and fruit picker. During World War II, L’Amour served time in Europe as an officer in the tanks corps. His best-loved novels feature three pioneering families: the Sacketts, the Chantrys, and the Talons. http://www.history.com

We received lots of new books last week. The Bootlegger by Clive Cussler, Stone Cold by C.J Box and Power Play by Danielle Steel to name a few. New movies are 12 Years a Slave (rated R) and Thor the Dark World (rated PG-13).

Hours are changing at the Burns Branch Library, beginning Monday, April 7.

Monday 1PM-5PM

Tuesday 10AM-5PM

Wednesday Closed

Thursday 10AM-7PM

Friday 10AM-5PM

Saturday 9AM-NOON

Sunday Closed

Please feel free to call, 547-2249; e-mail, burns@LCLSonline.org or just stop by with your news and information.


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