Catherine Coulter’s Insidious brings you more FBI action and in Minerva Koenig’s Nine Days we have a different kind of detective – Julia Kalas, a short, round and pushing 40 criminal…in witness protection. Romance comes to the library in Carolyn Brown’s The Yard Rose, set in Terral, OK, Rosemary Well’s family saga, The Wedding Tree and Curtis Sittenfeld’s Eligible. Jim Butcher’s Storm Front and Fool Moon is great urban fantasy while Robert Charles Wilson’s Burning Paradise brings us an alternate history/alien invastion story. Fans of classic science fiction will enjoy Ray Bradbury’s Golden Apples of the Sun. Stu Campbell’s A Young Cowboy’s Adventures and its sequel are humorous, coming of age stories. In Texas Tales Your Teacher Never Told You brought to us by columnist C.F. Eckhardt we get a mix of legend and fact sure to bring out some chuckles here and there. Finally, we have added Wayne Gard’s classic western history, The Chisholm Trail.