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New arrivals, week of 7/13/16


Troublemaker   by   Linda Howard
Seven days dead   by   John Farrow
Missing, presumed   by   Susie Steiner
Death at breakfast   by   Beth Richardson Gutcheon
Aunt Dimity and the buried treasure   by   Nancy Atherton
Born on a Tuesday   by   Elnathan John
Sweetbitter   by   Stephanie Danler
She poured out her heart   by   Jean Thompson
A murder in mohair   by   Anne Canadeo
Vinegar  girl   by   Anne Tyler
A hundred thousand worlds   by   Bob Proehl
Coulter’s journey   by   William Johnston,   Western


The boys in the bunkhouse   by   Dan Barry
Oneida: from free love Utopia to the well set table   by Ellen Wayland-Smith
White trash: the 400 year untold history of class in America   by   Nancy Isenberg
Bill O’Reilley’s Legends and lies: the Patriots   by David Fisher
Tribe: on homecoming and belonging   by Sebastian Junger
The lonely city: adventures in the art of being alone   by   Olivia Laing

courtesy inthestudio.net

Paul, McCartney: the life   by   Philip Norman,   biography
Bite me: how Lyme disease stole my childhood, made me crazy and almost killed
me   by   Ally Hilfiger,  biography

Ally Hilfiger and her dad, designer Tommy Hilfiger, courtesy jezebel.com She survived Lyme Disease.

To request any title its simply a matter of having your library card handy and knowing your pin number. Your pin number is the last four digits of the phone number you have on record at the Wead Library. On the right sidebar, click on Login, Search and Renew and just follow the prompts to reserve your choices. If you need any help please call one of our friendly staff at 518-483-5251. We look forward to helping you.  Our staff hopes you have a cool place to read during these hot July summer days, maybe one like the picture at the top of the page.

Happy Summer Reading!

The Staff of the Wead Library