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New Arrivals, week of 1/4/2016

Congratulations are in order today! The Wead Library owns every fiction title on the latest New York Times Best Seller list and most of the non fiction titles as well. Kudos to our Director, Sue Wool, and her buying wisdom. Here is a list of the new arrivals for this week. Call us or click on Log in, Search and Renew to reserve any of these new titles.

With the one hundredth birthday of Frank Sinatra last month, several writers are turning out new biographies on his centennial. Our second new biography this month for probably the greatest singer of our time has arrived and is now on the shelves for your reading pleasure.  Two books on Ross Poldark are also part of the mix.

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Fiction:

Away in a manger   by Rhys Bowen

After she’s gone   by Lisa Jackson

Kill ’em with cayenne   by Gail Oust

Demelza    by Winston Graham

Ross Poldark   by Winston Graham

Cross Justice   by James Patterson

The bone labyrinth   by James Rollins

Marked   by Sue  Tingey

Hidden   by Karen E. Olson

Anything goes   by Richard S. Wheeler

Non-Fiction:

Sinatra: the chairman    by James Kaplan

Maggie Smith: a biography   by Michael Coveney

Maple    by Katie Webster

My dear father: civil war letters of Col. Frederick Wead  by Maren Dodge Miles

The war on alcohol: prohibition and the rise of the American state by Lisa McGirr

The big question: why we can’t stop talking about science, faith and God  by Alister McGrath

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Stoned: a jewelry obsession   by Aja Raden

Slaughterhouse  by Dominic A. Pacyga

Navigating life with multiple schlerosis  by Kathleen Costello

Adirondack vistas: third edition   by Nancy A. Douglas


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