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New Arrivals Week of 4-6-2016

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So many new books this week and many are from our favorite writers. We have several new biographies, including a delightful work from Rabbi Susan Silverman about raising her family.  Fiction favorites, Karen Robards, Phillip Kerr and Karen Kingsbury are just waiting for our patrons to read their latest novels. Non-fiction writings cover topics  like eviction and its contribution to the cycle of poverty, investigating America’s home grown terrorists and tiny little wonder of a book, “Seven brief lessons on physics” which I personally can’t wait to read. Here is our latest grouping and we hope there are books that you can’t wait to read as well!

Fiction:

A few of the girls     by Maeve Binchy
Fool me once     by Harlen Coben
The gangster     by Clive Cussler           
A tangled thread by Anthea Fraser
The book of memory   by Petina Gappah
As close to us as breathing    by Elizabeth Poliner
Version Control    by Dexter Palmer
The little red chairs     by Edna O’Brien
The watcher in the wall    by Owen Laukkanen
No safe secret    by Fern Michaels
The cosmopolitans by Sarah Schulman
The hourglass factory   by Lucy Ribchester
The North water: a novel     by Ian McGuire
The other side of silence     by Philip Kerr
Brush of wings     by Karen Kingsbury
Thursday’s  children   by Nicci French
Goodbye to the dead    by Brian Freeman
Jane Steele: a confession    by Lyndsay Faye
Exposure   by Helen Dunmor
Guilt edged    by Judith Cutler
The killing in the cafe    by Simon Brett
Clash of Eagles   by Alan Smale
Eagle in exile    by Alan Smale
Innocents and others: a novel  by Dana Spiotta
The charm bracelet    by Viola Shipman
Darkness   by Karen Robards
The summer before the war    by Helen Simonson

 

Non-Fiction:

Charlotte Bronte: a fiery heart   by Claire Harman  (biography)
An unrestored woman    by Shobba Rao  (biography)
Saving Alex    by Alex Cooper  (biography)Casting lots    by Susan Silverman  (biography)
Dreaming of lions    by Elizabeth Marsh Thomas  (biography)
The black presidency     by Michael Eric Dyson
Forgiven: the Amish School shooting   by Terri Roberts
Blood Year   by David Kilcullen
The Legends Club    by John Feinstein
Cook it in cast iron    by America’s Test Kitchen
American girls    by Nancy Jo Sales
The firebrand and the first lady    by Patricia Bell-Scott
The United States of Jihad    by Peter L. Bergen
Well seasoned quilts    by Ruth Jensen
Evicted    by Matthew Desmond
Quick and legal will book   by Atty. Denis Clifford
Unnaturally delicious    by Jayson Lusk
Democracy: a life   by Paul Cartledge
The art of war    by Sun Tzu
Seven brief lessons on physics    by Carlo Rovelli
The finest traditions of my calling    by Abraham Nusbaum

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Happy Reading!

the Staff of the Wead Library

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