Bernhardt, William Capitol Betrayal – The "private spy," Nick Heller finds out things powerful people want to keep hidden.
Bower, Sarah Sins of the House of Borgia – The Italian Renaissance. A young Jewish woman is drawn into the splendor and corruption surrounding the most powerful family of the time.
Deaver, Jeffrey Carte Blanche – James Bond, in his early thirties, has been recruited to a new organization.
Deuterman, P.T. The Last Man – A young American engineer and amateur historian comes to Israel to prove a theory; that the mass suicide that took place on Massada was done to defy the Romans, but also to protect a monumental secret.
Hoffman, Alice The Dovekeepers – The story of four women and the paths leading them to the Massada massacre in 70C.E. A blend of mythology, magic and archaeology.
Jiles, Paulette The Color of Lightning – 1863, the war between the States.
Based on oral histories, a freed slave journeys into t he Texas panhandle to rescue his wife and children , who had been abducted by Indians.
Michaels, Fern Southern Comfort – Patrick Kelly was devoted to his career as an Atlanta homicide detective, unti l his wife and children were murdered. Now he lives an isolated life in Florida.
Perry, Anne Buckingham Palace Gardens – A Victorian mystery featuring Inspector Thomas Pitt.
Rich, Roberta The Midwife of Venice – 16th Century Venice.Hannah Levi is willing to risk death not only for herself, b ut also for the entire Jewish ghetto of Venice, to rescue her husband who has been captured at sea.
Roberts, Nora Chasing Fire – A romance suspense novel, celebrating the world of the "smoke jumpers" of Missoula, Montana.
Sansom, C.J. A rich, historical mystery series introducing Matthew Shardlake esq. "the sharpest hunchback in the courts of England (Tudor). The first volume is titled Dissolution.
Readings for the Classic Book Club - See Below
A donation of 5 NIS per borrowed book is requested. All proceeds from the library are equally shared between AMIT Women and the AACI, and go to chesed projects.
We have book bags for sale at NIS 10 each.
There is a stand of books for sale in the AACI lobby for either 5 or 10 NIS.
Remember: Wednesdays our library is now open until 8 PM!
To check out our new "Classic Book Club" contact Mimi Teplow: 02-627-2871.
Rolene Segal, Volunteer Librarian, Phone: 02-566-1181 ext. 323.
Sun, Mon, Tues: 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Thurs: 9 AM - 4 PM
Library tel: 5900623
The “Classic Book Club” led by Dr. Judith Oster will meet on Sunday, May 26 at 1:30 to discuss Franz Kafka’s THE METAMORPHOSIS, and on Sunday, June 30th (book to be announced).
Contact Mimi Teplow for more information: 02-627-2871.