Monday, October 17, 2011

Philadelphia Wins

This month at Next Page book store, Philadelphia Wins. And so do our beloved neighbors, as you can snag 10% off all sports titles through the end of the month!

Don't forget to check back in November to see what Philadelphia Does next.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Author Reading: February 9

Never Flirt with a Femme Fatale
True Tales of Lust, Money and Murder on the Island of Manhattan
by Cici McNair, P.I.

Sante and Kenny Kimes arrive in New York in the summer of 1998 after a cross-country crime spree. When a wealthy 82 year old widow disappears from her mansion on the Upper East Side, the mother and son are arrested for her murder. The case was a landmark in New York State: no body, no weapon, no witness, no confession, no DNA. Sante Kimes tells her story for the first time to Cici McNair, the private detective she trusted.

Melanie Cain came to NYC to become a model. She soon became the lover of famous race horse trainer Buddy Jacobson, a manipulative and obsessive man.  After five years together, she leaves Buddy for another man who is soon found dead. Melanie shares her never-before-told story to Cici McNair.

The femme fatale is in every culture, all throughout history. Eve giving Adam the apple. Delilah cutting Samson's hair. Cleopatra. Mata Hari. Sante Kimes. Melanie Cain. These fascinating women lead men into danger.

Real life drama told with a master storyteller's touch. If you like 
Dominick Dunne then you will love this book.
-- Donna Huston Murray, The Ginger Barnes Main Line Mysteries

Monday, January 3, 2011

New Year, New You......and us too!

We sure hope you had a fantastic holiday season!  Our holiday wine and cheese reception was an absolute blast, and we'd like to thank all that came out for good conversation, and great books.  The shopping season brought us scads of new book-loving friends, and we love making new friends!  We're looking forward to a year of good books, so please think of us when cleaning off your bookshelves.  Your kind donations keep us, and the Friends of the Free Library up and running.  If you have any questions about donating books, please call 215.925.0722.  Any bookseller can help you.