Available at the Greensboro Public Library is ``The Eleventh Commandment' by Jeffrey Archer.
In this spy thriller, CIA assassin Connor Fitzgerald tracks and kills a Colombian presidential candidate, beginning a chain of events that could lead to a new Cold War.But Connor is more than just a hollow tool. He is an American Medal of Honor winner committed to his country and to his spiritual home, Ireland. He lives a secret life that his family can speculate about but never know about for sure.
Connor eventually ends up between two power brokers. One is CIA director Helen Dexter, who wants him dead, and the other is President Lawrence, who needs Connor to gain control of U.S. foreign policy. Connor must rely on his friends and old networks to get out of this alive. (Fiction)\ BOOKS 1. Visible Worlds: A Novel, by Marilyn Bowering. Dark family secrets follow three young men from Winnipeg to Siberia to Korea. (Fiction)
2. The Angel of Darkness, by Caleb Carr. In this sequel to The Alienist, set in 1897, a Spanish diplomat's baby is kidnapped, and suspicion falls on a malevolent nurse. (Fiction)
3. The Eye Book, by Gary H. Cassel. A comprehensive reference that covers the basic elements of the eye, prevention and warning signs of problems with diagnosis and treatment of them. (Nonfiction)
4. The Vegetarian Grill: 200 Recipes for Inspired Flame-kissed Meals, by Andrea Chesman. How to prepare unexpected dishes with vegetables filled with rich flavors. (Nonfiction)
5. The Baby Boat: A Memoir of Adoption, by Patty Dann. The story of an infertile couple's journey on the road of international adoption. (Nonfiction)
6. Succeeding Sane: Making Room for Joy in a Crazy World, by Bonnie St. John Deane. Inspiration and guidance on how to blend mind, body, and spirit to create a highly satisfying life. (Nonfiction)
7. Death Row: A Suburban Detective Mystery, by Jon Katz. An investigation into suspicious deaths at an upscale nursing home owned by a powerful senator leads New Jersey detective Kit DeLeeuw into confrontations with political powers and the local police chief. (Fiction)
8. The Sweet Forever: A Novel, by George P. Pelecanos. Marcus Clay and Dimitri Karras face off against drug lords and racists in the nation's capital. (Fiction)
9. Stigmata, by Phyllis Alesia Perry. An inherited quilt is the catalyst for a young girl to uncover the secrets of her family's past, rooted in slavery. (Fiction)
1O. The Whereabouts of Eneas McNulty, by Barry Sebastian. Eneas, branded a traitor after he fights with the British in WW, becomes a lifelong target for IRA hitmen. (Fiction)
AUDIOCASSETTES 1. Dogbert's Top Management Handbook, by Scott Adams\ 2. The Age of Fable, by Thomas Bulfinch.\ 3. The Black Monk and Other Stories, by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov\ 4. Light in August, by William Faulkner\ 5. Tess of d'Urbervilles, by Thomas Hardy\ 6. Angela's Ashes, by Frank McCourt\ 7. Hook 'em Snotty, by Gary Paulsen\ 8. Her Own Place, by Dori Sanders\ 9. Timequake, by Kurt Vonnegut\ 1O. Dead in the Water, by Stuart Woods\ VIDEOS\ 1. Alcoholism (1996)\ 2. Arthritis (Osteoarthritis) (1996)\ 3. Baby Boom (1987)\ 4. The Black Stallion (1979)\ 5. Butterfly & Moth (Eyewitness Video) (1996)\ 6. Enter the Dragon (1973)\ 7. High Society (1956)\ 8. More Preschool Power (1991)\ 9. Seashore (Eyewitness Video) (1996)\ 1O. Science Rock (1995)