Fare thee well, Colleen McCullough

Australian author Colleen McCullough, 77, has died. She published 25 books, and composed by dictation after arthritis made writing any other way impossible.

Her first book, Tim (1979, filed in the Lennoxville Library under English Adult Fiction), was turned into a film, and her second, The Thorn Birds (1977), became a TV miniseries (you can order that book from another branch via our website).

The library has a solid cross section of her work, just check under her name in Adult Fiction (in both English and French). Her most recent is 2014’s Bittersweet. And you can find The Independence Of Miss Mary Bennet (2008) on the Large Print shelves.

– January 30, 2015

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The Lennoxville Library, in Quebec's Eastern Townships, offers free memberships to all residents of Sherbrooke. We have a great selection of books in French and English, plus books on tape and CD, too! Check out our large-print section, our graphic novels... La Biblio Lennoxville se situe dans les Cantons-de-l'Est du Quebec. Les residents de Sherbrooke peuvent devenir membre gratuitement. Nous avons une grande selection de livres en francais et en anglais. Venez donc nous voir! Hours/Heures d'ouverture: Mardi-Tuesday, 10am to 5pm -- 10h a 17h Mercredi et Jeudi -Wednesday and Thursday, 10am to 6pm -- 10h a 18h Vendredi-Friday, 10am to 5pm -- 10h a 17h Samedi-Saturday, 11am to 4pm -- 11h a 16h Pour plus d'info, vous pouvez nous trouver au http://www.bibliolennoxvillelibrary.ca/ Click on the above to get to our website!
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