On the shelves — April 25

The following books are available at:

Clovis-Carver Public Library

Healing the Addicted Brain: The Revolutionary, Science-based Alcoholism and Addiction Recovery Program by Harold Urschel focuses on the biological basis of addiction and explores the best treatments along with the latest scientific research, tools, and strategies designed to overcome them.

Mr. Monk and the Dirty Cop by Lee Goldberg stars Adrian Monk, a brilliant, obsessive-compulsive detective who always knows when something is out of place and who is called to help a former employer who has been arrested for murder, with overwhelming evidence against him.

Billy the Kid: The Best Writings on the Infamous Outlaw by Harold Dellinger includes rare pieces of the most captivating and historically important writings about the myths and realities of one of American history’s most notorious badmen.

The Moon Looked Down by Dorothy Garlock is set during the early days of World War II as Sophie Heller and her family sacrifice everything to escape Nazi Germany and find safety in America, only to become targets of suspicion and victims of vicious attack in their new homeland.

Cast Iron Cuisine From Breakfast to Dessert: Grandma’s Skillet Reborn by Matt Morehouse offers an excellent collection of time-tested recipes and flavor secrets for preparing nourishing meals using traditional or modern kitchen ware.

Ravens by George Green focuses on the Boatwright family who just won $318 million in the Georgia State Lottery and who become the target of two drifters who take the family hostage to force them to give up half their prize.

The Book of Mules: Selecting, Breeding, and Caring for Equine Hybrids by Donna Smith provides clear and invaluable information on the creatures known for their grace, strength, agility, and intelligence and whose longtime association with the American West has earned them a dedicated following.