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New Arrivals

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With so much happening at the Wead Library this Fall, we’ve been remiss in sharing our new arrivals. We have many of the books currently on the New York Times Best Seller List and invite you to call us at 518-483-5251 if you are looking for any particular book from the list. We would be glad to reserve and hold your choices. You can also search through the link in the right sidebar “Log in, search and renew”.

This week we have many new thrillers from some of our favorite female writers in the genre, Iris Johansen, J.D. Robb, and Catherine Coulter. If you are a fan of FoodTV we now have the autobiography of renown chef, Cat Cora as well as Joan Lunden’s new book on surviving cancer. Here are this weeks arrivals:

Fiction:

Shadow Play    by Iris Johansen

Devoted in death   by J.D. Robb

The end game   by Catherine Coulter

Obsession Falls by Christine Dodd

The hidden   by Heather Graham

Dance of the Bones   by Judith A. Jance

Dishing the dirt    by M.C. Beaton

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Starlight on Willow Lake   by Susan Wiggs

The company she kept   by Archer Mayor

After you   by Jojo Moyes

A song of shadows   by John Connolly

The heart goes last   by Margaret Atwood

Non-Fiction:

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Had I known   by Joan Lunden w/ Laura Morton,  biography

Once in a great city   by David Maraniss

Blue: the LAPD and the battle to redeem American policing   by Joe Domanick

Cooking as fast as I can   by Cat Cora w/  Karen Karbo,  biography

Killing Reagan   by Bill O’Reilley and Martin Dugard

The point of vanishing   by Howard Axelrod, biography

Big magic: creative living beyond fear   by Elizabeth Gilbert

Deep South by Paul Theroux

courtesy slate.com

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