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New Books, week of Sept. 19, 2014

This week the Wead Library has nearly all the books currently on the New York Times Best Seller list. This includes the number one sellers on both the Fiction and Non-Fiction lists, The Long Way Home by Louise Penny and One Nation by Ben Carson. Please call the library at 518-483-5251  or click in the right sidebar on Log in, Search and Renew to reserve any of these books. Here are our latest acquisitions. Those on the most recent best seller list are starred.

Fiction:

Colorless tsukuru tazaki and his years of pilgrimage:   by Haruki Murakami *

The sixth extinction     by James Rollins*

Personal    by Lee Child

Mean Streak    by Sandra Brown

Love Letters    by Debbie Macomber

Perfidia    by James Ellroy

Festive in death   by J.D. Robb

The Forsaken    by Ace Atkins

Dear Daughter    by Elizabeth Little

Small Blessings    by Martha Woodroof

Dirty Work     of Gabriel Weston

Vengeance is mine    by Reavis Z Wortham

 

Our non fiction new arrivals include two books on painting with pastels and a biography of one of the state of New York’s  most influential historical figures.

courtesy sheilaevans.net

Non-Fiction

Ashbel P. Fitch: champion of old New York   by David F. Remington (biography)

The storm and the tide   by Lars Anderson

Season of hope: her story, his story and their story by Beverley Key Ball

Once a Hussar: a memoir of battle, capture, and escape in WWll  by Ray Ellis

The other side: a memoir   by Lacy Johnson

Pastel for the serious beginner   by Larry Blovitz

Painting the landscape in pastels   by Albert Handell

Once upon a quilt: a scrapbook of quilting past and present   by Margret Aldrich

courtesy artistdaily.com

 

 

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