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New arrivals, week of 10/21/15

We have a broad array of subject matter this week.  Non-fiction brings us the history and effect of two brilliant women on the bench of the Supreme Court, Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsberg. “Neurotribes”, Steve Silberman’s book and unique perspective on autism, is on our shelves now. It’s a  NY Times best seller.  Books on cooking, micro shelters, politics and more fill out the shelves dedicated to our new non fiction works.

Fiction arrivals include two large print novels, and the third book in the series started by Sig Larson and many more exciting new works. Here is this week’s list:

Non-fiction:

courtesy defendingdissent.org

Sisters in Law   by Linda Hirschman

Neurotribes   by Steve Silberman

My kitchen year   by Ruth Reichl

Plunder and deceit   by Mark R. Levin  (Mark Reed)

The valley of the shadow of death   by Kermit lexander

The witch of Lime Street   by Daved Jaher

Relentless Strike   by Sean Naylor

Microshelters   by Derek Diedricksen

courtesy NYPost.com

Fiction:

 

The girl in the spider’s web   by David Lagercrantz

The photograph   by Beverly Lewis

The secret sister   by Brenda Novak,  large print

Hearth Stone   by Lois Greiman,  large print

The gates of Evangeline   by Hester Young

A curious beginning   by Deanna Raybourn

Wind/Pinball    by Haruki Murakami

The last midwife  by Sandra Dallas

The good girl    by Mary Kubica

Fortune smiles   by Adam Johnson

The secret Chord   by Geraldine Brooks

Not on fire   by Greg Hrbek

To reserve any of your choices, click on the right sidebar on “Log in, search and renew”. Have your library card and pin number handy. Your pin number is the last four digits of the phone number you have on record at the library.

Happy Reading!

The Staff of the Wead Library

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