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New Arrivals (12/11/18)

Good afternoon, readers!  Several great titles hit our shelves this week.  Stop by and grab a new book, or call and request one!

New Fiction Arrivals:

“The Christmas Sisters,” by Sarah Morgan

“Deep War: the War with China – the Nuclear Precipice,” by David Poyer

“Extinctions,” by Josephine Wilson

“Hazards of Time Travel,” by Joyce Carol Oates

“In the House in the Dark of the Woods,” by Laird Hunt

“Lady of a Thousand Treasures,” by Sandra Byrd

“Lights on the Mountain,” by Cheryl Anne Tuggle

“Oath of Office,” by Marc Cameron

“Once Upon a River,” by Diane Setterfield

“The Other Wife,” by Michael Robotham

“Pandemic,” by Robin Cook

“River Bodies,” by Karen Katchur

“Silent Scream,” by Karen Harper

“Sugar Land,” by Tammy Lynne Stoner

“Trinity,” by Louisa Hall

“Vita Nostra,” by Marina and Sergey Dyachenko

 

New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“1,000 Books to Read before You Die: a Life-Changing List,” by James Mustich

“Everyday Dorie: the Way I Cook,” by Dorie Greenspan

“Johnny Cash: the Life and Legacy of the Man in Black,” by Alan Light

“Kitchen Yarns: Notes on Life, Love and Food,” by Ann Hood

“LikeWar: the Weaponization of Social Media,” by P.W. Singer and Emerson T. Brooking

“Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know: the Fathers of Wilde, Yeats, and Joyce,” by Colm Toibin

“The Wellness Mama 5-Step Lifestyle Detox: the Essential DIY Guide to Healthier, Cleaner, All-Natural Life,” by Katie Wells

“A Year with nature: an Almanac,” by Marty Crump

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New Books (12/4/18)

New Fiction Arrivals:

“Alice Isn’t Dead,” by Joseph Fink

“Beauchamp Hall,” by Danielle Steel

“Bloodstains with Bronte,” by Katherine Bolger Hyde

“Eggs on Ice,” by Laura Childs

“Family Trust,” by Kathy Wang

“Fire & Blood,” by George R.R. Martin

“The Golden Child,” by Wendy James

“Husk,” by Dave Zeltserman

“The Lake on Fire,” by Rosellen Brown

“Manuscript for Murder,” by Donald Bain

“Of Blood and Bone,” by Nora Roberts

“Purls and Poison,” by Anne Canadeo

“Robert B. Parker’s Blood Feud,” by Mike Lupica

“A Shot in the Dark,” by Lynne Truss

“Still Life with Monkey,” by Katharine Weber

“Waiting for Eden,” by Elliot Ackerman

“Ways to Hide in winter,” by Sarah St. Vincent

 

New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“Hindsight: & all the Things I Can’t See in Front of me,” by Justin Timberlake

“Lives of North American Birds,” by Kenn Kaufman

“On Desperate Ground: the Marines at the Reservoir, the Korean War’s Greatest Battle,” by Hampton Sides

“Science and Spiritual Practices: Transformative Experiences and their Effects on our Bodies, Brains, and Health,” by Rupert Sheldrake

“A Tale of Two Murders: Guilt, Innocence, and the Execution of Edith Thompson,” by Laura Thompson

“There Will Be No Miracles Here: a Memoir,” by Casey Gerald

“The War Before the War: Fugitive Slaves and the Struggle for America’s Soul from the Revolution to the Civil War,” by Andre Delbanco

New Arrivals (11/27/18)

Good morning!  Here is this week’s list of new titles:

New Fiction Arrivals:

“The Best of Intentions,” by Susan Anne Mason

“Can You See Anything Now?” by Katherine James

“Cold Bayou,” by Barbara Hambly

“Elevation,” by Stephen King

“Everything She Didn’t Say,” by Jane Kirkpatrick

“Forever and a Day,” by Anthony Horowitz

“Homeward Hound,” by Rita Mae Brown

“Juno’s Swans,” by Tamsen Wolff

“Kingdom of the Blind,” by Louise Penny

“Little,” by Edward Carey

“Master of his Fate,” by Barbara Taylor Bradford

“Melmoth,” by Sarah Perry

“Promised Land,” by Martin Fletcher

“Pulse,” by Michael Harvey

“The Red Hand of Fury,” by R.N. Morris

“Sea of Greed,” by Clive Cussler

“Tony’s Wife,” by Adriana Trigiani

 

New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“After Emily: Two Remarkable Women and the Legacy of America’s Greatest Poet,” by Julie Dobrow

“Charlie Company’s Journey Home: the Boys of ’67 and the War They Left Behind,” by Andrew Wiest

“Gandhi: the Years that Changed the World, 1914-1948,” by Ramachandra Guha

“A Gut Feeling: Conquer Your Sweet Tooth by Tuning in to Your Microbiome,” by Heather Ann Wise

“Marooned: Jamestown, Shipwreck, and a New History of America’s Origin,” by Joseph Kelly

“The Pan-Industrial Revolution: How New Manufacturing Titans Will Transform the World,” by Richard D’Aveni

“The Rise of Andrew Jackson: Myth, Manipulation, and the Making of Modern Politics,” by David S. Heidler

“Where We Go From Here: Two Years in the Resistance,” by Bernie Sanders

New Books for Thanksgiving Week

Good afternoon!  We hope you had a fabulous Thanksgiving.  Here are the titles that hit our shelves this holiday week:

New Fiction Arrivals:

“Bitter Orange,” by Claire Fuller

“A Christmas Revelation,” by Anne Perry

“The Colors of all the Cattle,” by Alexander McCall Smith

“Dae’s Christmas Past,” by Joyce and Jim Lavene

“Dear Evelyn,” by Kathy Page

“Death in Sunset Grove,” by Minna Lindgren

“Fight or Flight,” by Samantha Young

“Heads you Win,” by Jeffrey Archer

“Long Road to Mercy,” by David Baldacci

“Look Alive Twenty-Five,” by Janet Evanovich

“Past Tense,” by Lee Child

“Scribe,” by Alyson Hagy

“Unclaimed Baggage,” by Jen Doll

“You Don’t Own Me,” by Mary Higgins Clark

“Yule Log Murder,” by Leslie Meier

 

New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“The Age of Walls: How Barriers between Nations are Changing Our World,” by Tim Marshall

“Algebra 1” (dvd)

“Becoming,” by Michelle Obama

“How Music and Mathematics Relate” (dvd)

“Micro Living: 40 Innovative Tiny Houses Equipped for Full-Time Living, in 400 Square Feet or Less,” by Derek Diedricksen

“The New Organic Grower: a Master’s Manual of Tools and Techniques for the Home and Market Gardner,” by Eliot Coleman

“The Ravenmaster: My Life with the Ravens at the Tower of London,” by Christopher Skaife,  Yeoman Warder of Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress the Tower of London

“Run for your Life,” by Mark Cucuzzella, M.D.

“The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe: How to Know What’s Really Real in a World Increasingly Full of Fake,” by Dr. Steven Novella

“Thirst: a Story of Redemption, Compassion, and a Mission to Bring Clean Water to the World,” by Scott Harrison

New Arrivals (11/14/18)

New Fiction Arrivals:

“Bathed in Prayer,” by Jan Karon

“The Caregiver,” by Samuel Park

“The Craftsman,” by Sharon Bolton

“Dark Sacred Night,” by Michael Connelly

“An Easy Death,” by Charlaine Harris

“The Hollow of Fear,” by Sherry Thomas

“Killing Commendatore,” by Haruki Murakami

“Lethal White,” by Robert Galbraith

“Little Comfort,” by Edwin Hill

“Marilla of Green Gables,” by Sarah McCoy

“Nine Perfect Strangers,” by Liane Moriarty

“Noel Stranger,” by Richard Paul Evans

“The Rain Watcher,” by Tatiana de Rosnay

“The Royal Runaway,” by Lindsay Emory

“Season of Wonder,” by RaeAnne Thayne

“Tear me apart,” by J.T. Ellison

 

New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“Bing Crosby: Swinging on a Star – The War Years, 1940-1946,” by Gary Giddins

“Blowing the Bloody Doors Off: and Other Lessons in Life,” by Michael Caine

“Einstein’s Shadow: a Black Hole, a Band of Astronomers, and the Quest to See the Unseeable,” by Seth Fletcher

“A Few Thousand Dollars: Sparking Prosperity for Everyone,” by Robert E. Friedman

“Homebody: a Guide for Creating Spaces you Never Want to Leave,” by Joanna Gaines

“In the Hurricane’s Eye: the Genius of George Washington and the Victory at Yorktown,” by Nathaniel Philbrick

“The Job: Work and its Future in a Time of Radical Change,” by Ellen Ruppel Shell

“Nine Pints: a Journey through the Money, Medicine, and Mysteries of Blood,” by Rose George

New Arrivals (11/6/18)

Good afternoon!  Here is our weekly list of the new books we have received.  Enjoy!

New Fiction Arrivals:

“Christmas Cake Murder,” by Joanne Fluke

“Devil’s Day,” by Andrew Michael Hurley

“Dracul,” by Dacre Stoker

“Hippie,” by Paul Coelho

“In the Night Wood,” by Dale Bailey

“The Infinite Blacktop,” by Sara Gran

“Jane Doe,” by Victoria Helen Stone

“Juror #3,” by James Patterson

“Leave no Trace,” by Mindy Mejia

“Not Quite Over You,” by Susan Mallery

“One in a Million,” by Lindsey Kelk

“Ordinary People,” by Diana Evans

“Silver Anniversary Murder,” by Leslie Meier

“Up from Freedom,” by Wayne Grady

“A Well-Behaved Woman,” by Therese Anne Fowler

“Wyoming Legend,” by Diana Palmer

 

New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“All you can Ever Know: a Memoir,” by Nicole Chung

“Cook Like a Pro: Recipes & Tips for Home Cooks,” by Ina Garten

“The Escape Artists: a Band of Daredevil Pilots and the Greatest Prison Break of the Great War,” by Neal Bascomb

“How the Internet Happened: from Netscape to the iPhone,” by Brian McCullough

“Letters from Max: a Book of Friendship,” by Sarah Ruhl

“The Library Book,” by Susan Orlean

“Reckonings: Legacies of Nazi Persecution,” by Mary Fulbrook

“The Smithsonian History of Space Exploration: from the Ancient World to the Extraterrestrial Future,” by Roger D. Launius

New Arrivals 10/30/18

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Good afternoon!  If you celebrate Halloween, we hope you have a safe and happy time trick-or-trating!  Here is a list of the most recent titles to hit our shelves.  As always, we hope you enjoy our new selections!

New Fiction Arrivals:

“Ambush,” by James Patterson

“An Absolutely Remarkable Thing,” by Hank Green

“A Borrowing of Bones,” by Paula Munier

“A Catered Cat Wedding,” by Isis Crawford

“Countdown,” by Frederick Ramsay

“The Dinner List,” by Rebecca Serle

“The Last Time I Lied,” by Riley Sager

“The Man who Came Uptown,” by George Pelecanos

“Putney,” by Sofka Zinovieff

“The Reckoning,” by John Grisham

“She Would Be King,” Wayetu Moore

“The Sound of Distant Thunder,” by Jan Drexler

“The Spook in the Stacks,” by Eva Gates

“The Vanishing Box,” by Elly Griffiths

“Vendetta,” by Iris Johansen

“A Winter’s Promise,” by Christelle Dabos

 

New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“American Like Me: Reflections on Life between Cultures,” by American Ferrera

“Dominion: The History of England from the Battle of Waterloo to Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee,” by Peter Ackroyd

“The Fifth Risk,” by Michael Lewis

“How to Flunk out of College,” by Bruce E. Fleury (local)

“Lands of Lost Borders: Journey on the Silk Road,” by Kate Harris

“The Last Englishman: Love, War, and the End of Empire,” by Deborah Baker

“The League: How Five Rivals Created the NFL and Launched a Sports Empire,” by John Eisenberg

“Rx: a Graphic Memoir,” by Rachel Lindsay

“Storm Lake: a Chronicle of Change, Resilience, and Hope from a Heartland Newspaper,” by Art Cullen