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New Arrivals – July 11, 2017

 

Today we had many new audio books to put on the shelves. They are all from today’s most popular authors, the likes of Danielle Steel, Lincoln Child and many more. What better way to clean the kitchen refrigerator out but with the sounds of a great novel being played to your ears while you work?  Besides our new audio arrivals, we have many other new books ready on our shelves.  The latest Kennedy non-fiction, “Jackie’s girl: my life with the Kennedy Family”  by Kathy McKeon, Jacqueline’s  personal assistant for many years, promises to share a new dimension of this  American icon.  For our  “Western” fans, John D. Nesbitt’s latest, “Destiny at Dry Creek” is now on the shelves.  Please stop by to get the newest and  best of summer reading. Now here is our list:

Fiction:

After the Fall   by Julie Cohen
Destiny at Dry Camp   by John D. Nesbitt, Western
The thing about love   by Julie James
Here and gone   by Haylen Beck
Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore  by Matthew Sullivan
The baker’s secret   by Stephen P. Kiernan
The long drop   by Denise Mina
In the labyrinth of Drakes: a memoir by Lady Trent  by Marie Brennan
New boy   by  Tracy Chevalier
What my  body remembers   by Agnete Friis
Standard deviation   by Katherine Heiny
Odd numbers   by Anne Holt

Non-fiction:

Old school: life in the sane lane  by Bill O’Reilly
Memory’s last breath   by Gerda Saunders
Jackie’s girl: my life with the Kennedy family  by Kathy McKeon, biography
Frommer’s easy guide to New York City  by Pauline Frommer
Frommer’s easy guide to Disney World, Universal and Orlando 2017
by Jason Cochran
The highly sensitive person   by Elaine N. Aron, PH.D.
My Lai, Viet Nam 1968   by Howard Jones
The intelligent body   by Kyle Davies
Jackie’s girl: my life with the Kennedy family   by Kathy McKeon,   biography

AUDIO BOOKS:

Same beach, next year   by Dorothea Benton Frank
Come Sundown    by Nora Roberts
Against all odds   by Danielle Steel
Full Wolf Moon   by Lincoln Child
Curious Minds   by Janet Evanovich
Testimony  by Scott Turow
Strangers in death  by J.D. Robb

To reserve any of our new arrivals, simply click on Log-in, Search and Renew in the right sidebar. Have your library card and pin number ready and just follow the easy prompts. If you would like us to reserve a book for you simply call one of our friendly staff at 518-483-5251.  Your pin number is the last four digits of the phone number of record with the library.

Happy Summer Reading!

The Staff of the Wead Library

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