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New Arrivals, week of 10/24/14

 With two new  biographies and many more new fiction and non fiction works, the Wead Library can supply your cravings for the best and latest of the literary world. Jodi Picoult’s much anticipated work, “Leaving time: a novel” arrived this week at the Wead Library. Also in are two thrillers, John Sandford’s “Deadline” and Stuart Woods’ “Paris Match” for those who enjoy a little more mystery and intrigue in their reading lists.  Bill O’Reilley’s  “Killing Patton: the strange death of World War ll’s  most audacious general” is also here to loan to our patrons. There’s much more so let’s start with non-fiction.

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Starred items are on the NY Times Best Seller List.

Non-Fiction:

 

“Gabriel, a poem”   by Edward Hirsch  (poetry)

“Predator: the secret origins of the drone revolution”    by Richard Whittle
“The Roosevelts: an intimate story”   by Ken Burns *
“On Immunity”   by Eula Biss
“The Fall: a father’s memoir in 424 steps”   by Diogo Mainardi
“Not my father’s son”    by Alan Cumming  (biography)
“The Innovators”   by Walter Isaacson *
“A path appears”    by Nicholas D. Kristof
“Internal Medicine: a doctor’s stories”   by  Terry Holt
“Whatever happened to the metric system?”   by John Marciano
“If nuns ruled the world”   by Jo Piazza
“An indomitable beast: the remarkable journey of the jaguar”   by Alan Rabinowitz
“Easy Guide to Sewing: tops and t-shirts, skirts and pants”   by Lynn MacIntyre and Marcy Tilton

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“Killing Patton: the strange death of World War II’s most audacious general”    by Bill O’Reilley and Martin Dugard *

“What If?”    by Randall Munroe *

“Off the Sidelines”    by Kirsten Gillibrand  (biography)

Fiction:

“Leaving Home: a novel”   by Jodi Picoult *

“Acceptance”    by Jeff VanderMeer

“Lock in”    by John Scalzi

“Evergreen”   by Rebecca Rasmussen

“The silent sister”    b y Diane Chamberlain

“The Lost Key”   by Catherine Coulter  *

“The eye of heaven”   by Clive Cussler

“Lila”   by Marilynne Robinson

“The art of arranging flowers”   by Lynne Branard

“Goodnight June”   by Sarah Jio  (large print)

“Summer of the dead”   by Julia Keller

“Broadchurch”   by Erin Kelly

“Some luck: a novel”    by Jane Smiley

“Paris Match”    by Stuart Woods

“Deadline”    by John Sanford

“The Hawley book of the dead”    by Chrysler Szarlan

“The Wonder of all things”    by Jason Mott

“Stone Mattress: nine tales”    by Margaret Atwood

“Wolf in white van”    by John Darnielle  *

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“The Golem of Hollywood”    by  Jonathan Kellerman

“Nora Webster: a novel”    by Colm Toibin

“The drop”    by Dennis Lehane

“Proof Positive: a Joe Gunther novel”    by Archer Mayor

 

To reserve any of these new reads, stop by the Wead Library or give us a call at 518-483-5251 and one of our friendly staff will be glad to help you. You can also reserve these books by clicking in the right sidebar on Log in, Search and Renew. For this method you will need your library card and pin number. Your pin number is the last four numbers of the phone that you have on record with the Wead Library. Don’t hesitate to call us at 518-483-5251 if you have any problems.

 

Happy Reading!

 

The Staff of the Wead Library

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