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New arrivals at the Wead Library, week of March 1st

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If you are interested in the provocative works of the late, brilliant neurosurgeon, Oliver Sacks, his last book, “Gratitude” is one of our new arrivals this week. Our most recent additions have quite a variety. They range from Janet Fluke’s popular “baking” mysteries that include recipes to an exploration of faith with Pope Francis. Call or stop by to reserve and read the following new books:


“On my own”     by Diane Rehm,  biography
“How to be a Tudor”    Ruth Goodman
“The struggle for sea power”    by Sam Willis
“The road taken”    by Henry Petroski
“Strange gods”    by Susan Jacoby
“Pandemic”    by Sonia Shah
“A cancer in the family”     by Theodora Ross
“The mysterious world of the human genome”     by Frank Ryan
“A wilder life”    by Celestine Maddy
“The Silk Roads”    by Peter Frankopan
“The First Congress”   by Fergus M. Bordewich
“Gratitude” by Oliver Sacks
“The name of God is mercy”  by Pope Francis



“Midnight sun”    by Jo Nesbo
“This was not the plan”   by Cristina Alger
“A girl’s guide to moving on”   by Debbie Macomber
“Be frank with me”    by Julia Claiborne Johnson
“A doubter’s almanac”   by Ethan Canin
“Nelly Dean: a return to Wuthering Heights”  by Alison Case
“Black Rabbit Hall” by Eve Chase
“Where it hurts”   by Reed Farrel Coleman
“Ways to disappear”   by Idra Novey
“Find her”    by Lisa Gardner
“The golden son”    by Shilpi Somaya Gowda
“The language of secrets”   by Ausma Khan
” Breaking wild”   by Diane Les Becquets
“The longest night”   by Andria Williams
“The wedding cake murders” by Joanne Fluke
“The friends we keep”   by Susan Mallery
“The widow”    by Fiona Barton
“The vegetarian”   by Kang Han
“Devonshire scream”    by Laura Childs
“Death of a nurse”    by M.C. Beaton
“The three legged horse”   by Russ Hall,  western
“She’s not there”    by Joy Fielding
“Time of fog and fire”   by Rhys Bowen
“A friend of Mr. Lincoln”   by Stephen Harrigan
“All the birds in the sky”    by Charlie Anders

To request and reserve any of our new additions just click in the right sidebar on Login, Search and Renew. Have handy your library card and your pin number. The pin number is the last four digits of the phone number you would have on record with the library. You can also call one of our friendly staff at 518-483-5251 for any needed assistance.

Happy reading!

The Staff of the Wead Library