Let’s Do Some ‘Day Drinking’ With Little Big Town For New Stuff Tuesday
Friday and Saturday are usually everyone’s favorite days of the week. But knowing that there is something NEW to put on your shelves on Tuesdays could change your mind! Add something new to your collection! Here’s what’s new on the shelves this week for New Stuff Tuesday.
Little Big Town is celebrating 15-years of making music together and releasing their latest 13-track CD titled 'Painkiller'. The CD also showcases the members of the band as writers on 8 of the songs, including the first single 'Day Drinking'.
After a widowed mother dies, two children are forced to live with the fact that they are now alone. Both fear they will be split up after people find out about the death of their mother, so they decide to keep the passing of their mother a secret. They survive on their own until villagers destroy their innocence. Now they must come of age to protect each other and to survive. Stars Sophie Lowe, Peter Stormare and Maximilian Harnisch. Rated R
A group of friends visit the city morgue to surprise their friend, Amy, on her birthday. But the tables turn when the one-eyed corpse of a brutal psychopath unexpectedly rises from the dead. Their wild surprise birthday party quickly turns into a terrifying slay-fest as the murderer resumes his savage killing spree. Stars Glenn Jacobs, Danielle Harris and Katharine Isabelle. Rated R
A mysterious inheritance brings Danny and his friends to Hobb Springs, a forgotten resort being looked after by an awkward couple that introduce Danny to his long lost family. Danny is soon forced to choose between his friends and his bloodline. Stars Anthony Ilott, Chris Jarvis and Aqueela Zoll. Rated R
This is a new novel from American's storyteller, John Grisham. In the novel, Samantha Kofer’s career at a huge Wall Street law firm is going great, until the recession hits. Samantha is downsized out of the law firm and escorted out of the building. Samantha, though, is one of the “lucky” associates that is offered an opportunity to work at a legal aid clinic for one year without pay, giving her a slight chance that she might get her old job back after that year. The job takes Samantha into dangerous world of coal mining, where laws are broken, rules are ignored and the community is split. Violence is never far away and soon Samantha finds herself in a case that turns deadly.