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Lots of new Fiction!

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This week we put out double the amount of new fiction books we normally shelve! There is humor, mystery, love and even a bit of the supernatural. The much heralded new Harper Lee novel hits our stacks and we expect there to be large demand for that one.  Danielle Steele’s  new novel, “Country”,  is also on the shelves and garnering much interest.  It is easy to reserve any of these titles by having your library card handy and clicking on Log in,  Search and Renew in the right side bar. One of our staff can also help you if you prefer reserving by phone. We can be reached at 518-483-5251.
Here are the latest and greatest:

New Fiction:

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Go set a watchman      by Harper Lee
Saint Mazie       by Jami Attenberg
A head full of ghosts      by Paul Tremblay
Ana of California      by Andi Teran
Tom Clancy Under Fire       by Grant Blackwood
The naked eye       by Iris Johansen
Dry bones      by Craig Johnson
Summerlong       by Deab Bakopoulos
Country       by Danielle Steele
Naked Greed      by Stuart Woods
Muse       by Jonathan Galassi
Thin air      by Ann Cleeves
Six and a half deadly sins       by Colin Cotterill

The library at Mount Char   by Scott Hawkins
Eight hundred grapes      by Laura Dave
Hyacinth girls       by Laurel Frankel
Devil’s Harbor        by Alex Gilly
The ways of the world         by Robert Goddard
The making of Zombie Wars        by Aleksandar  Hemon
The Brave        by Nicholas Evans, large print

Non Fiction:

The wheel of healing with Ayurveda       by Michelle Fondin
Rhythm of the wild       by Kim Heacox

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Putinism: Russia and its future with the West        by Walter Laqueu
Big science         by Michael Hiltzik
Eat local for less        by Julie Castillo

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