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… to the Timpson Public Library Online Portal!

Here you can find information concerning upcoming events, contact info, history of the library, rules, and even a catalog of our books. Our facilities also include a meeting room with audio/visual equipment, a Genealogy Room, and internet-connected computers for public use.

 

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Recent Book Reviews

BOOTS ON THE GROUND

Title: Boots On The Ground Author: Elizabeth Partridge In over a decade of bitter fighting it claimed the lives of more than 18,000 American soldiers and beleaguered four U.S. presidents. More than forty years after America left Vietnam in defeat in 1973, the war remains controversial and divisive both in the United States and abroad. […]

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THE KREMLIN CONSPIRACY

Title: The Kremlin Conspiracy Author: Joel C. Rosenberg SEPTEMBER 1999 A series of apartment bombings in Moscow Shock the world. The Russian government immediately blames Chechen terrorist, and Oleg Kraskin–a sharp young lawyer in love with the president’s daughter–has no reason to doubt it. Yet when he joins the First Family of Russia, and the […]

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THE DEATH OF DEMOCRACY

Title: The Death of Democracy Author: Benjamin Carter Hett Why did democracy fall apart so quickly and completely in Germany in the 1930s? How did a democratic government allow Adolf Hitler to seize power? The Death of Democracy, Benjamin Carter Hett answers these questions, and the story he tells has disturbing resonances for our own […]

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DISCIPLES

Title: Disciples Author: Douglas Waller Allen Dulles ran the OSS’s most successful spy operation against the Axis. Bill Casey organized dangerous missions to penetrate Nazi Germany. Bill Colby led OSS commando raids behind the lines in occupied France and Norway. Richard Helms mounted risky intelligence programs against the Russians in the ruins of Berlin. Later […]

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CHICAGO

Title: Chicago Author: David Mamet From His perch at the Chicago Tribune, Mike Hodge–scarred veteran of the Great War–had gotten to know the underbelly of the metropolis like few others, Politicians, gangsters, prostitutes, bootleggers, opium addicts, jazz musicians, and con artists–he’d observed them all. So perhaps he should have known better when he fell for […]

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