The War Memorial Library in Hudson is a non-profit registered charity providing a subscription library of printed and digital materials, primarily in the English language, to the residents of Hudson, Quebec and surrounding communities.Operated by volunteers, the Library is self-financing through membership fees, donations and fund raising activities. The Library in turn donates, to local charities, funds in excess of its own needs.The building and the Library serve as a memorial to those in Hudson who served in the Canadian Armed Forces.

Monday, November 27, 2017

November - Non-Fiction

Rachel's Food for Living
Rachel Allen

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In Search of a Better World   Payam Akhavan
Hidden Life of Trees   Peter Wohlleben
Edible Spots & Pots   Stacey Hirvela
Vertical Gardening   Derek Fell
A Bold and Dangerous Family   Caroline Moorehead
Run Hide Repeat   Pauline Dakin
Until I Say Good-Bye   Susan Spencer-Wendel

November - Fiction

Any Dream Will Do
Debbie Macomber

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Mankind and Other Stories of Women   Marianne Ackerman 🍁
Mercy Snow   Tiffany Baker
School of Velocity   Eric Beck Rubin 🍁
This Marlowe   Michelle Butler Hallett 🍁
Kay's Lucky Coin Variety   Ann Y.K.Choi 🍁
The Motorcyclist   George Elliott Clarke 🍁
Black Apple   Joan Crate 🍁
The Cuban Affair   Nelson DeMille
The Vineyard   Maria Duenas
Dinner at the Center of the Earth   Nathan Englander
Leave Me   Gayle Forman
The Rules of Magic   Alice Hoffman
That's My Baby   Frances Itani 🍁
Been in the Storm So Long   Terry Jordan 🍁
The House on Selkirk Avenue   Irena Karafilly 🍁
To Be Where You Are   Jan Karon
The Bloodprint   Ausman Zehanat Khan 🍁
The Translation of Love   Lynne Kutsukake 🍁
The Conjoined   Jen Soofong Lee 🍁
The Crooked Heart of Mercy   Billie Livingston 🍁
The Ninth Hour   Alice McDermott
The Many   Wyl Menmuir
The Burning Girl   Claire Messud
George and Lizzie   Nancy Pearl
Strangers with the Same Dream   Allison Pick 🍁
Principles to Live By   David Adams Richards
Somewhere a Long and Happy Life Probably   Jill Sexsmith 🍁
House of Spies   Daniel Silva
Night Moves   Richard Van Camp 🍁
Emma in the Night   Wendy Walker
Lost in September   Kathleen Winter 🍁
Hag-Seed: The Tempest Retold   Margaret Atwood (Audiobook) 🍁

November - Mysteries

The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair
Joel Dicker

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The Scarred Woman   Jussi Adler-Olsen
Hide and Seek   M.J.Arlidge
The Winners' Circle   Gail Bowen 🍁
Keep Her Safe   Sophie Hannah
Lies She Told   Cate Holahan
Three Years with the Rat   Jay Hosking
Killing Season   Faye Kellerman
The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye   David Lagercrantz
A Legacy of Spies   John LeCarre
Odd Child Out   Gilly MacMillan
Cast Iron   Peter May
All the Missing Girls   Megan Miranda
An Echo of Murder   Anne Perry
A Casualty of War   Charles Todd
Golden Prey   John Sandford ( Large Print )

November - DVDs


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A Street Cat Named Bob
House of Cards Season Five
Line of Duty Series Four

Holiday Schedule

Monday, November 20, 2017

December Book Sale

The December Book Sale starts at 2:30 pm on Monday, December 4th and runs until Saturday, December 9th. Christmas books are featured.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

The Write Stuff - Roz Nay

Roz Nay grew up in England, and studied at Oxford University. She worked as a teacher in the UK and Australia. The library has just acquired a copy of her highly acclaimed first novel, Our Little Secret. Described as compulsive, riveting and suspenseful, Our Little Secret is about a missing woman, a tangled love triangle, the secrets we keep and the secrets we share. Roz now lives in British Columbia with her husband and two children. For more details click here.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Hudson Box Office (HBO) - My Mother and Other Strangers

My Mother and Other Strangers is a 2016 television drama series set in Northern Ireland during the Second World War. It centres on the Coyne family and their neighbours, as they come to terms with the influx of thousands of American serviceman into their small rural community. Compelling weekly stories, incorporating events of the time, focus on the complex love triangle between the mother of the Doyle family, her husband, and a charming American Air Force officer. Click here for more details.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Murder Ink - James Oswald

James Oswald is the Sunday Times bestselling author of the Edinburgh-based Detective Inspector McLean novels, the first two of which were shortlisted for the prestigious CWA Debut Dagger award for best unpublished author.
The library has acquired Dead Men’s Bones, the story about the murder/suicide of a prominent Scottish politician and his family which brings Detective Inspector Tony McLean out to the countryside to investigate. 
Please use the Suggestion Book at the front desk if you would like to read more of his novels. 
In his spare time Oswald farms 350 acres in North East Fife, Scotland, where he raises pedigree Highland cattle and New Zealand Romney sheep. Click here to visit Oswald online.