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Week of

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Some of our favorite authors have returned this week to our New Arrival shelves, the likes of Alice Hoffman, John Sandford, John Grisham and others.  A new author, esteemed actor Tom Hanks, shares his short stories with his offering. Please stop by to see what is available and feel free to call the Library to request and reserve any books, not just new arrivals.  Our number is 518-483-5251.


Dick Francis’s Refusal
by Felix Francis

Uncommon Type
by Tom Hanks

Never Coming Back
by Alison McGhee

Killing Season: a thriller
by Fayer Kellerman

The Rules of Magic 
by Alice Hoffman

Edward S.t Aubyn

Unforgivable Love
by Sophfronia Scott

by Rodrigo Hasbun

The Deep, Dark Descending
by Allen Eskens

by Felix Francis

The Rooster War
by John Grisham

Mind Game
by Iris Johansen

Lilac Lane
by  Sherryl Woods

Deep Freeze
by John Sandford


Famous couples make up several selections on our Non-Fiction list this week. The book, “Sisters First”, about being sisters as well as the daughters of a sitting President, is currently Number One on the New York Times Best Seller List for Non-Fiction.  Other “couples” that have arrived on our shelves this week are “Hank and Jim” about James Stewart and Henry Fonda.  “Friends Divided”  provides us with a view inside the relationship of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Bios on Mohammed Ali and Ulysses S. Grant , along with other new books, round out our new listings in Non-Fiction.


courtesy people.com         The Bush sisters, Jenna and Barbara

Hank and Jim
by Scott Eyman

The Future of War
by Lawrence Freedman

Gasping for Air
by Kevin Glynn, M.D.

Sisters First
by Jenna Bush

by Robert Chernow, biography

Ali: a life,
by Jonathan Eig, biography

Smitten Kitchen Every Day
by Deb Perelman

Friends Divided, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson
by Gordon S. Wood

Happy Fall Reading
The Staff of the Wead Library

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