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So many fascinating people, places and books this week!  We have a really interesting array of new arrivals. For those who are intrigued by others who claim  to be able to communicate with departed loved ones, we have the latest book by the Long Island Medium, Theresa Caputo.  Biographies of David Letterman and Alec Baldwin are just  two more of the really interesting non fiction books awaiting patrons. Have you ever heard of Indian Step Wells?  They are a unique and beautiful form of  Indian architecture. Their history and beauty are highlighted in a new book “The Step Wells of India.”

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As usual there are plenty of new fiction selections.  Iris Johansen, Robyn Carr,  Lisa Scottoline and  others work their magic.  Here is this week’s list of new books at the Wead Library.


One perfect lie   by Lisa Scottoline
The Romance reader’s guide to life   by Sharon Pywell
Fallout  by
Sara Paretsky
Any day now  by
Robyn Carr
No easy target   by
Iris Johansen
Our short history  by
Lauren Grodstein
The Chilbury Ladies Choir  by
Jennifer Ryan
Marlena   by
Julie Buntin
The women in the castle 
by Jessica Shattuck
The broken road 
by Richard Paul Evans
Swimming lessons 
by Claire Fuller
Fast and loose 
by Stuart Woods


Good grief   by Theresa Caputo
Killers of the Flower Moon  by David Grann
Letterman: the last giant of late night  by Jason Zinoman
Nevertheless: a memoir   by Alec Baldwin
The Vanishing Step Wells of India  by Victoria Lautman
Climate of Hope  by Michael Bloomberg
No friends but the mountains  by Judith Matloff
Where the water goes  by David Owen

To request and reserve any of our new arrivals, simply click in the right sidebar on Login, Search and Re-new. You will need your library card and pin number. If you have any difficulty please feel free to call us at 518-856-0164 and one of our friendly staff will be glad to assist.

Happy Reading!

The Staff of the Wead Library