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A long list of new arrivals awaits our patrons this week. Included is a fascinating non fiction work on “Extreme Medicine” which shows how technology can affect our medical care. Also included are biographies of Louis Armstrong and Penelope Lively. If you have been waiting for Robin Cook’s latest medical thriller, that has also arrived.  Without further ado:


Secrets on Cedar Key   by Terry Dulong  (large print)

Return to Tradd Street   by Karen White  (large print)

Standup Guy   by Stuart Woods

The WinterPeople   by Jennifer McMahon

The Execution: a Jeremy Fisk novel   by Dick Wolfe

Arcanum   by  Simon Morden

Urban Renewal: a Cross novel   by Andrew  Vachss

Mrs. Lincoln’s rival   by Jennifer Chiaverine

Cell   by Robin Cook

The way of all fish: a novel    by Martha Grimes

An Unnecessary Woman   by Rabih Alameddine

The Ghost Runner   by Parker Bilal

The Strangling on the Stage   by Simon Brett


Water 4.0   by David Sedlak

The Marriage Act   by Liza Monroy

Dancing Fish and Ammonites   by Penelope Lively  (biography)

The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Emancipation   by David Brion Davis

Mermaid: a memoir of resilience   by Mary Eilleen Cronin  (biography)

Plenty of Time When We Get Home   by Kayla Williams  (biography)

Fukushima: a story of nuclear disaster   by David Lochbaum

Louis Armstrong, Master of Modernism   by Thomas David Brothers  (biography)

If you would like to reserve any of these books just click in the right sidebar on Log in, search and renew and have your library card handy. You will also need your pin number which is the last four digits of your telephone number on record with the library. You can also reserve any of the books with an easy phone call to the library at 483-5251. Happy reading!