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Jeffery Deaver’s “Carte Blanche”: The Latest Literary Return Of James Bond 007

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Today we hear from Librarian Ed Morrissey. Ed writes about a huge number of things at his library blog called, of course, Ed’s Blog. Ian Fleming’s  James Bond 007 is back in the latest attempt to update the character’s prose adventures with Carte Blanche by Jeffery Deaver.  (Click here to reserve a copy from us.) […] [Read More]
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Downloadable Music at the Library

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The Greenwich Library has always been proud of its  vast compact disc collection.  From indie rock to classical to world music, all genres are collected. It’s not just best sellers either. Our music selectors pride themselves on offering up obscure re-issues and emerging acts. With the closing of most record stores in the area, the […] [Read More]

Use the Library to prep for your job search

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While you could use Google to prepare for a job search, Greenwich Library’s carefully selected premium databases can provide timelier, more reputable and more specialized information. For example, to create lists of companies in your neighborhood within commuting distance, use Dun’s Million Dollar Directory or ReferenceUSA. To access magazine and newspaper articles about a specific […] [Read More]

Greenwich Library eBooks now available for Kindle

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Greenwich Library is excited to announce that our eBook collection is now compatible with the Amazon® Kindle. Patrons can now download popular and classic eBooks to a Kindle device or any mobile device running the free Kindle app, such as iPhone®, iPad®, Android™, and more. The Library’s downloadable eBook collection features nearly 8,000 Kindle compatible […] [Read More]

Unsolved Murders in Greenwich

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Today we feature our first post from Local History Librarian Carl White. You can read more of Carl’s work on his Historically Speaking blog on the Greenwich Library website. At one time, Greenwich had the dubious distinction of having 4 unsolved murders. Probably the most famous was the Martha Moxley case of 1975.  This was […] [Read More]
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