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May brings new arrivals, and not just daffodils!

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As much as we love sunny Spring days with scents of crocuses and lilacs aloft, Spring also brings showers. And what greater indoor pastime than reading a good book all while the rain hits the roof and windows with its shattering drops? There is much new to share so let’s have at it!

Fiction:

Aloha betrayed     by Donald Bain
Trouble at high tide    by  Donald Bain
Sisi: Empress on her own     by Allison Pataki
Property of a Noblewoman      by Danielle Steele
The excellent Lombards     by Jane Hamilton
The last painting of Sara De Vos    by Dominic Smith
I’m glad about you     by Theresa Rebeck
Tuesday nights in 1980    by Molly Prentiss
Back Blast     by Mark Greaney
Even in paradise    by Elizabeth Nunez
Design for murder     by Jessica Fletcher
Quiet neighbors: a novel    by Catriona McPherson
What we find     Robin Carr
Mount Pleasant    by Alain Patrice Nganang
Eligible: a novel     by Curtis Sittenfeld
‘Til death do us part     by Amanda Quick
Girl in the dark      by Marion Pauw
Most wanted     by Lisa Scottoline
The obsession    by Nora Roberts
Treachery at Lancaster Gate     by Anne Perry
Before the wind    by Jim Lynch

 

Non-fiction:

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Brilliant beacons     by Eric Jay Dolin
The rainbow comes and goes     by Anderson Cooper
Prisoners of Hope: Lyndon Johnson and the Great Society    by Randall Bennett Woods
Alligator Candy     by David Kushner,  biography
Callings: the purpose and passion of work   by David Isay
Eating clean: the 21 day plant to detox    by Amie Valpone
Lone Survivor     by Marcus Luttrell
Vitamin N, the essential guide to a nature rich life   by Richard Louv
Stamped from the beginning    by Ibram X. Kendi

 

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