On the shelves — June 13

The following books are available for checkout at

Clovis-Carver Public Library

“D-Day: The Battle for Normandy” by Antony Beevor was given in memory of James (Bud) Shipley. This exhaustively researched history covers the most famous invasion in military history from June 6, 1944 to the liberation of Paris on Aug. 25, describing not only the experience of the fighting forces, but also the terrible casualties of French civilians caught up in the fighting.

• “Broken Places: A Rachel Goddard Mystery” by Sandra Parshall features veterinarian Rachel Goddard and Deputy Sheriff Tom Bridger who are caught in a maelstrom of lies that stretch far into the past after two people who run the county newspaper are murdered within hours of one another.

• “The Everything Health Guide to Diabetes” by Paula Ford-Martin describes the latest treatment, medication, and lifestyle options to help you live a happy, healthy, and active life.

• “A Deadly Wilderness” by Kelly Irvin begins as homicide detective Ray Johnson tumbles into a ravine and lands on a corpse, unleashing a chain of events in which he must solve a crime, protect his partner, and rebuild a life shattered by tragedy.

• “The Everything One-Pot Cookbook” by Pamela Hahn helps you minimize your time and effort by using ingredients you already have on hand and preparing sumptuous and mouth-watering meals with just one dish.

• “False Mermaid” by Erin Hart blends modern forensics with Irish myth and mystery as American pathologist Nora Gavin returns to the source of her nightmares and her deepest regrets to solve the murder of her sister.

• “Stones into Schools: Promoting Peace with Books, Not Bombs, in Afghanistan and Pakistan” by Greg Mortenson describes the work of the Central Asia Institute to promote peace through education by establishing more than 130 schools, most of them for girls, in the heart of Taliban country.