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.

Sunday, October 27, 2019

October - DVDs


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Endeavour   Series 4
The Americans   Season 4
Game of Thrones   Season 6
A Place to Call Home   Season 6

October - Audiobooks

New Girl 
Daniel Silva

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Field of Bones   J.A.Jance
The Last House Guest   Megan Miranda
A Better Man   Louise Penny
Twisted Prey   John Sandford

October - Mysteries

The Banker's Wife
Cristina Alger

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The Long Call   Ann Cleeves
The Steel Kiss   Jeffrey Deaver
Murder at Lake Ontario   Kathy Garthwaite
Dead at First Sight   Peter James
The Girl who Live Twice (Lisbeth Sander Series)   David Lagercrantz
Knife   Jo Nesbo
Blind Spot   Brenda Novak
Nothing to Hide   James Oswald
No Shred of Evidence   Charles Todd

October - Non-Fiction

The Age of Living Machines
Susan Hockfield

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The Blink of an Eye   Rikke Kjaergaard
Clearing in the Distance   Witold Rybcynski

October - Children's Books

Making Friends#1: Making Friends
Kristen Gudsnuk

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Call of the Wild   Jack London
Big Nate #5: Flips Out   Lincoln Pierce
Big Nate #6: In the Zone   Lincoln Pierce
Guts   Raina Telegemeier
Hot Wheels: Drag Race!   Hot Wheels Series
The Spirit of Cattail County   Victoria Piontek
Heroes of Olympus#2: The Son of Neptune   Rick Riordan
Lightning Lou   Lori Weber

October - Livres d'enfants en français

Ainsi va la vie #3 : Max est timide
Dominique de Saint-Mars

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Ainsi va la vie #41 :  Lili est malpolie   Dominique de Saint-Mars

October - Fiction

A Life Without Water
Marci Bolden

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Nothing Ventured   Jeffrey Archer
Things You Save in a Fire   Katherine Center
The Innocents   Michael Crummey 🍁
The Birthday Girl   Melissa De La Cruz
The Perfect Wife   J.P.Delaney
The Buffer Girls   Margaret Dickinson
Here To Stay   Mark Edwards
Tidelands   Philippa Gregory
The Second Sleep   Robert Harris
Life and Other Inconveniences   Kristan Higgins
Descent   Tim Johnston
The Nantucket Inn   Pamela Kelley
Miss Darcy Falls in Love   Sharon Lathan
The Magic Mountain   Thomas Mann
Paper Chains   Nicola Moriarty
Inland   Tea Obreht
Welcome to Lagos   Chibundu Onuzo
Bring Me Back   B.A.Paris
Miss Buncle's Book   D.E Stevenson
Reasons to be Cheerful   Nina Stibbe
The Spanish Promise   Karen Swan
Territory of Light   Yuko Tsushima
The Beekeeper's Ball   Susan Wiggs
The Osterville Sewing Circle   Susan Wiggs

Saturday, October 26, 2019

November Book Sale

The November Book Sale starts at 2:30 pm on Monday, November 4th, and runs until Saturday, November 9th.  Children's books are featured.

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

The Write Stuff - Delia Owens

Delia Owens was born in rural Georgia, from an early age she was connected to nature and graduated in zoology from the University of Georgia. In 1974 she moved to Africa with her husband, and lived there for twenty years studying wildlife.  She wrote three award winning books about their time there. The library recently acquired her first novel Where the Crawdads Sing. This New York Times bestselling book is set in rural North Carolina, and follows two timelines, the first is about a young girl growing up in poverty, and the second is a murder investigation. Owens now lives in Idaho, to visit her online click here.

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Hudson Box Office (HBO) - Mrs Wilson

Mrs Wilson is a British historical drama miniseries. It stars and is produced by the actress Ruth Wilson who plays her own grandmother. In 1963 Alison Wilson's happy home life is shattered by the sudden death of her husband Alec, a novelist and former MI6 intelligence officer. Everything she knew about her husband quickly unravels when she discovers she wasn't the only Mrs Wilson. The library has just acquired the DVD of this excellent series. For more details click here

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Murder Ink - Louisa Luna

Born and raised in San Francisco, Louisa Luna attended college at New York University.   
Brave New Girl was her first novel.  The library has acquired her most recent novel Two Girls Down, the first in the Alice Vega series.  Her follow-up novel in this series is scheduled for release in January 2020.
Luna lives in Brooklyn with her husband and daughter.  To visit her online, click here.