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New Arrivals, week of March 12, 2015

This week non-fiction outnumbers fiction among our new acquisitions. We also have  some new DVDs and CDs to loan as well. Here is the latest and greatest, ready for your reading, viewing and listening pleasure.

Non-Fiction:

Paper Pop Up: 40 dynamic designs  by Dorothy Wood

The diabetes reset  by George King

Lincoln’s Body  by Richard Wightman Fox

Is shame necessary? New uses for an old tool  by Jennifer Jacquet

H is for Hawk  by  Helen MacDonald

Guantanamo Diary  by Mohamedou Ould Slahi

Photo courtesy http://www.metro.co.uk

Four Fields  by Tim Dee

The monopolists  by Mary Pilon

The age of Cryptocurrency  by Paul Vigna

On your case  by Lisa Green

The story of my heart  by Richard Jefferies as rediscovered by Brook and Terry Williams

Ghost Boy  by Martin Pistorious  (biography)

George Harrison: behind the locked door by Graeme Thomson  (biography)

Fiction:

A love like blood by Marcus Sedgwick

The American Lover by Rose Tremain

courtesy suzyflory.com

The marriage game: a novel of Queen Elizabeth I by Allison Weir

The unfortunate importance of beauty  by Amanda Filipacchi

Into the Savage Country  by Shannon Burke

Makin’ Miracles: A Smoky Mountain novel  by Lin Stepp (large print)

Searching for Grace Kelly  by Michael Callahan  (large print)

DVDs:

The Duke, John Wayne

The Three Musketeers, volume 1

The toy that saved Christmas

Green Lantern

CDs:

The Rosie Effect

courtesy of the Washington Post

 

 

 

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