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New Arrivals (10/10/18)

Good afternoon, readers!  Here are the newest titles to hit our shelves:

New Fiction Arrivals:

“Button Man,” by Andrew Gross

“The Devoted,” by Blair Hurley

“Echoes of Evil,” by Heather Graham

“In Want of a Knife,” by Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli

“Let me be like Water,” by S.K. Perry

“Lies,” by T.M. Logan

“Magdalena Mountain,” by Robert Michael Pyle

“The Mermaid and Mrs. Hancock,” by Imogen Hermes Gowar

“Mrs. Kopp’s Midnight Confessions,” by Amy Stewart

“River to Redemption,” by Ann H. Gabhart

“The Silence of the Girls,” by Pat Barker

“A Spark of Light,” by Jodi Picoult

“War of the Wolf,” by Bernard Cornwell

“Washington Black,” by Esi Edugyan

“A Willing Murder,” by Jude Deveraux

“The Winter Soldier,” by Daniel Mason


New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“21 Lessons for the 21st Century,” by Yuval Noah Harari

“Aware: the Science and Practice of Presence,” by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D.

“Big Game: the NFL in Dangerous Times,” by Mark Leibovich

“The Fabulous Bouvier Sisters,” by Sam Kashner

“Killing the SS: the Hunt for the Worst War Criminals in History,” by Bill O’Reilly

“Rush: Revolution, Madness, and the Visionary Doctor who Became a Founding Father,” by Stephen Fried

“The Tangled Tree: a Radical New History of Life,” by David Quammen

“Winners Take All: the Elite Charade of Changing the World,” by Anand Giridharadas


10/3/18 New Releases

Good afternoon, readers!  We had several great titles join our collection this week.  Take a look at the first additions of October:

New fiction arrivals:

“The 7 ½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle,” by Stuart Turton

“As the Tide Comes in,” by Cindy Woodsmall

“Bone on Bone,” by Julia Keller

“Cherry,” by Nico Walker

“Eagle & Crane,” by Suzanne Rindell

“A Forgotten Place,” by Charles Todd

“If you Leave me,” by Crystal Hana Kim

“The Man who couldn’t Miss,” by David Handler

“Many a Twist,” by Sheila Connolly

“Serpentine,” by Laurell K. Hamilton

“The Space between Us,” by Thrity Umrigar

“Time’s Convert,” by Deborah Harkness

“Transcription,” by Kate Atkinson

“An Unwanted Guest,” by Shari Lapena

“Weekend at Thrackley,” by Alan Melville


New nonfiction arrivals:

“American Prison: a Reporter’s Undercover Journey into the Business of Punishment,” by Shane Bauer

“Autonomy: the Quest to Build the Driverless Car,” by Lawrence D. Burns

“The Good Neighbor: the Life and Work of Fred Rogers,” by Maxwell King

“Handmade Houseplants: Remarkably Realistic Plants you can Make with Paper,” by Corrie Beth Hogg

“Heartland: a Memoir of Working Hard and Being Broke in the Richest Country on Earth,” by Sarah Smarsh

“Knitted Beanies & Slouchy Hats,” by Diane Serviss

“Leadership in Turbulent Times,” by Doris Kearns Goodwin

“Rage Becomes Her: the Power of Women’s Anger,” by Soraya L. Chemaly

New Books – 9/25/18

Good morning!  Here is a listing of the new titles added to our collection this week:

New Fiction Arrivals:

“Dark Tide Rising,” by Anne Perry

“A Grave Issue,” by Lillian Bell

“Hitting the Books,” by Jenn McKinlay

“The Longest Year,” by Daniel Grenier

“The Masterpiece,” by Fiona Davis

“The Mystery of Three Quarters,” by Sophie Hannah

“My Year of Rest and Relaxation,” by Ottessa Moshfegh

“Red War,” by Kyle Mills

“Robinson Crusoe,” by Daniel Defoe

“Shadow Tyrants,” by Clive Cussler

“Tailspin,” by Sandra Brown

“A Tale of Two Murders,” by Heather Redmond

“Texas Ranger,” by James Patterson

“When the Lights Go Out,” by Mary Kubica

“Where the Crawdads Sing,” by Delia Owens

“Why Not Tonight,” by Susan Mallery


New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“Betty Ford: First Lady, Women’s Advocate, Survivor, Trailblazer,” by Lisa McCubbin

“Contempt: a Memoir of the Clinton Investigation,” by Ken Starr

“The Cut Out Girl: a Story of War and Family, Lost and Found,” by Bart van Es

“Every Day Is Extra,” by John Kerry

“Fear: Trump in the White House,” by Bob Woodward

“In Pieces,” by Sally Field

“These Truths: a History of the United States,” by Jill Lepore

“We Fed an Island: the True Story of Rebuilding Puerto Rico, One Meal at a Time,” by Jose Andres

“Whiskey in a Teacup,” by Reese Witherspoon

New Arrivals (9/18/18)

Good afternoon!  We have added some new items to our collection.  Take a look at what came to our shelves this week!

New Fiction Arrivals:

“Baby’s First Felony,” by John Straley

“Death in the Stacks,” by Jenn McKinlay

“Death of Winter,” by Craig Johnson

“Desolation Mountain,” by William Kent Krueger

“The Forbidden Door,” by Dean Koontz

“Our House,” by Louise Candlish

“Robert B. Parker’s Colorblind,” by Reed Farrel Coleman

“Rust & Stardust,” by T. Grenwood

“Severance,” by Ling Ma

“The Shortest Way Home,” by Miriam Parker

“Spinning Silver,” by Naomi Novik

“Texas Free,” by Janet Dailey

“Three Things about Elsie,” by Joanna Cannon

“With you Always,” by Rena Olsen


New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“Death of Truth,” by Michiko Katuani

“Fear: Trump in the White House,” by Bob Woodward

“Fly Girls,” by Keith O’Brien

“How do we Look?” by Mary Beard

“Ninety-Nine Glimpses of Princess Margaret,” by Craig Brown

“Unhinged,” by Omarosa Manigault Newman

“White Kids,” by Margaret A. Hagerman

New Fiction, Paperback and Nonfiction (9/11/18)

Good morning!  We had several new additions to our collection this week.  Take a look:

New Fiction Arrivals:

“City of Ink,” by Elsa Hart

“Echoes in the Walls,” by V.C. Andrews

“Field of Bones,” by J.A. Jance

“The First Love,” by Beverly Lewis

“In his Father’s Footsteps,” by Danielle Steel

“Leverage in Death,” by J.D. Robb

“The Mere Wife,” by Maria Dahvana Headley

“Murder at Ochre Court,” by Alyssa Maxwell

“Murder at the Mansion,” by Sheila Connolly

“The Ruin,” by Dervla McTiernan

“Safe and Sound,” by Fern Michaels

“Swift Vengeance,” by T. Jefferson Parker

“Walking Shadows,” by Faye Kellerman


New to our Paperback Collection:

“A New Hope,” by Robyn Carr

“Book Fair and Foul,” by Erika Chase

“Cujo,” by Stephen King

“The Duchess,” by Danielle Steel

“Feta Attraction,” by Susannah Hardy

“If She Only Knew,” by Lisa Jackson

“A Killer Read,” by Erika Chase

“My Dearest Cal,” by Sherryl Woods

“State Secrets,” by Linda Lael Miller

“To Love and Protect,” by Debbie Macomber


New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“1968,” by Robert C. Cottrell

“The Battle of Bellicourt Tunnel,” by Dale Blair

“A Carnival of Losses,” by Donald Hall

“Depression and your Child,” by Deborah Serani

“Haiki Solamente,” by T.J. Keith (local)

“If you Love Me,” by Maureen Cavanagh

“My Twenty-Five Years in Provence,” by Peter Mayle

“Small Fry,” by Lisa Brennan-Jobs

“Wool Studio,” by Meghan Babin

New Arrivals (9/5/18)

Good afternoon!  Here is a list of the most recent titles to hit our shelves:

New Fiction Arrivals:

“Abandoned,” by Allison Brennan

“The Air you Breathe,” by Frances de Pontes Peebles

“Buried in Books,” by Kate Carlisle

“Burning Meredith,” by Elizabeth Gunn

“How to Keep a Secret,” by Sarah Morgan

“Imposter’s Lure,” by Carla Neggers

“The Mermaid,” by Christina Henry

“Outdoor Emergency Care” ($10 deposit required)

“Pieces of Her,” by Karin Slaughter

“Sail Away,” by Celia Imrie

“Stygian,” by Sherrilyn Kenyon

“Sweet Little Lies,” by Caz Frear

“A Terrible Country,” by Keith Gessen

“Tiffany Blues,” by M.J. Rose

“To the Moon and Back,” by Karen Kingsbury


New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“The Book of Books: Explore America’s 100 Best-Loved Novels,” by Jessica Allen

“The Fighters: Americans in Combat in Afghanistan and Iraq,” by C.J. Chivers

“Marilyn Monroe,” by Charles Casillo

“Slow: Simple Living for a Frantic World,” by Brooke McAlary

“Small Animals: Parenthood in the Age of Fear,” by Kim Brooks

“Tarot for Beginners,” by Meg Hayertz

Today’s New Arrivals (8/28/18)

Here are the newest items to hit our shelves this week.

New fiction arrivals:

“Bellewether,” by Susanna Kearsley

“The Breakers,” by Marcia Muller

“Days of Awe,” by A.M. Homes

“The Distance Home,” by Paula Saunders

“Four Funerals and Maybe a Wedding,” by Rhys Bowen

“Good Luck with That,” by Kristan Higgins

“It all Falls Down,” by Sheena Kamal

“The Last Hours,” by Minette Walters

“Murder in Greenwich Village,” by Liz Freeland

“The Myth of Perpetual Summer,” by Susan Crandall

“Psycho Sal,” by Mark Tatro

“The Romanov Empress,” by C.W. Gortner

“Tell the Machine Goodnight,” by Katie Williams

“Watch the Girls,” by Jennifer Wolfe

“The White Mirror,” by Elsa Hart


New nonfiction arrivals:

“The Desert and the Sea,” by Michael Scott Moore

“How to Fix Anything”

“No Good Alternative,” by William T. Vollmann

“Practical Ayurveda”

“The Resistant,” by Francoise Martin Goodrow

“Valley of Genius,” by Adam Fisher