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This week’s non fiction offerings bring us the words and wisdom of two very famous Americans, astronaut Scott Kelly and Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.  We are sure you will enjoy the readings  of  both of these amazing Americans.

courtesy nj.com


by Scott Kelly

Scalia Speaks
by Antonin Scalia

The Animals Among Us: How Pets Make Us Human
by John Bradshaw

Blood Brothers
by Deanne Stillman

The New Wild West
by Blaire Briody

The Templars: the Rise and Spectacular Fall of God’s Holy Warriors
by Dan Jones

Hoover: An Extraordinary Life in Extraordinary Times
by Kenneth Whyte, biography

The Apparitionists
by Peter Manseau


courtesy RNIB

The first five selections featured in our new fiction arrivals are all holiday related.   Richard Paul Evans , as always, will offer more spiritual writings about this time of year.  Another book, this time by Francesca Hornak, tells about being quarantined with all of your family  for seven days over the Christmas Holidays.  Gregory Maguire, author of “Witch”, (based on Wizard of Oz and a Broadway hit),  brings us a story expanding on the Nutcracker classic.  If lighter holiday reading is your preference, Emily Brightwell and Laurien Berenson are here to please with their Christmas offerings. Without further comment, here are our latest Fiction arrivals. Grab a Christmas tale, a cozy chair and a nice hot chocolate and enjoy!


Mrs. Jeffries and the Three Wise Women
by Emily Brightwell

Wagging Through the Snow
by Laurien Berenson

The Noel Diary
by Richard Paul Evans

Hiddensee: A Tale of the Once and Future Nutcracker
by Gregory Maguire

Seven Days of Us
by Francesca Hornak

Quick & Dirty
by Stuart Woods

Knit to Kill
by Anne Canadeo

Every Breath You Take
by Mary Higgins Clark

The Midnight Line
by Lee Child

by Roddy Doyle

Heaven’s Crooked Finger
by Hank Early

The Indigo Girl
by Natasha Boyd