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.

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

February - Non-Fiction

I Can't Make This Up 
Kevin Hart

Les Parisiennes   Anne Sebba
Blue Future   Maude Barlow 🍁
Pretty Happy   Kate Hudson
Plant Propagator's Bible   Miranda Smith
The Suburban Chicken   Kristina Mercedes Urquhart
Quick Keto Meals   Martina Slajerova
Endangered Species of Country Life   Winston Fraser 🍁
Domino:  Your Guide to a Stylish Home
Furniture Hacks   Hester Van Overbeek
The Secret History of Soldiers   Tim Cook 🍁
In Pieces   Sally Field

February - DVDs

The Wife

Boy Erased
Ethel & Ernest
French Village - Season 3
Homeland - Season 7
Mrs. Bradley Mysteries

February - Fiction

Seven Stones to Stand or Fall 
Diana Gabaldon

Sofie & Cecilia   Katherine Ashenburg 🍁
If Beale Street Could Talk   James Baldwin
We Hope for Better Things   Erin Bartels
The Immortalists   Chloe Benjamin
The Sleepwalker   Chris Bohjalian
Milkman   Anna Burns
The Gamal   Ciaran Collins
So Much Life Left Over   Louis deBernières
The Verdun Affair   Nick Dybek
Up from Freedom   Wayne Grady 🍁
The Red Word   Sarah Henstra 🍁
The Lost Girls of Paris   Pam Jenoff
Everything Under    Julia Kelly
The Light Over London   Julie Klassen
The Bride of Ivy Green   Julie Klassen
Ferocity   Nicola Lagioia
A Grand Old Time   Judy Leigh
The Colors of All the Cattle   Alexander McCall Smith
Humans, Bow Down   James Patterson & Emily Raymond
The Gown   Jennifer Robson 🍁
The Age of Ice   J.M. Sidorova
A Question of Trust   Penny Vincenzi
Tailspin   Sandra Brown  (LARGE PRINT)

February - Fiction Mystery

Laura Elliot

Love Me Not   M J Arlidge
The Crafsman   Sharon Bolton
The New Iberia Blues   James Lee Burke
Cold Earth   Ann Cleeves
Dead Water   Ann Cleeves
Stay Hidden   Paul Doiron
Day of the Dead   Nicci French
Forever and a Day   Anthony Horowitz
Greeks Bearing Gifts   Philip Kerr
Innocent Blood   James Rollins
Forgotten City   Carrie Smith
Unholy City   Carrie Smith

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

March Book Sale

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

Friday, February 15, 2019

The Write Stuff - Gail Honeyman

Gail Honeyman grew up in Stirling in Scotland, and she read French Language and Literature at Glasgow University. After deciding against taking a postgraduate course at Oxford, she became a civil servant. Then at age 40,she decided to become a writer, having shown an aptitude for it at school. The library recently acquired her award-winning debut novel, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine. Eleanor struggles with appropriate social skills, tends to say what she is thinking, and has a carefully timetabled life of avoiding social interactions. Everything changes when she meets Raymond the IT man from her office, whose big heart will help Eleanor find the way to repair her profoundly damaged one. The library has recently acquired a copy of this marvellous novel, for more details click here.

Friday, February 8, 2019

Hudson Box Office (HBO) - Loch Ness

Loch Ness (also known as The Loch) is a six part British television drama series written by Stephen Brady. The series follows DS Anne Redford, a small town police officer with the Scottish Highland Police, as she investigates a strange murder in the picturesque village of Lochnafoy. It soon becomes apparent they are looking for a serial killer, so a Glasgow based major investigation detective DCI Lauren Quigley is brought in to lead the investigation. Starring Laura Fraser and Siobahn Finneran, the library has just acquired the first series. For more details click here.

Friday, February 1, 2019

Murder Ink - Ausma Zehanat Khan

Ausma Zehanat Khan holds a PhD in International Human Rights Law and is a former adjunct law professor. She practiced immigration law in Toronto and has taught international human rights law at Northwestern University, as well as human rights and business law at York University.
Khan is a long-time community activist and writer. She was Editor-in-Chief of Muslim Girl magazine, the first magazine targeted to young Muslim women.
The library has acquired her most recent novel A Dangerous Crossing.  Remember to use the Suggestion Book at the front desk if you would like to read more of her novels.
A British-born Canadian, she now lives in Colorado with her husband.  To visit her online, click here.