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New Arrivals 2/12/2019

New Fiction Arrivals:

“Connections in Death,” by J.D. Robb

“The Dead Ex,” by Jane Corry

“The Falcon of Sparta,” by Conn Iggulden

“The Girl in the Glass Box,” by James Grippando

“Liar Liar,” by James Patterson

“Miraculum,” by Steph Post

“The Ruin of Kings,” by Jenn Lyons

“Watcher in the Woods,” by Kelley Armstrong

“The Wedding Guest,” by Jonathan Kellerman

“What Doesn’t Kill Her,” by Christina Dodd

 

New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“Best Self:  Be You, Only Better,” by Mike Bayer

“The Girls Next Door: Bringing the Home Front to the Front Lines,” by Kara Dixon Vuic

“The Unwinding of the Miracle: a Memoir of Life, Death, and Everything that Comes After,” by Julie Yip-Williams

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New Releases 2/8/19

Good afternoon, readers!  This week’s selection is smaller than usual, but still packed with great new reads!  Take a peek:

New Arrivals:

“The Age of Light,” by Whitney Sharer

“The Current,” by Tim Johnston

“The Eulogist,” by Terry Gamble

“The Golden Tresses of the Dead,” by Alan Bradley

“The Kingdom of Copper,” by S.A. Chakraborty

“Late in the Day,” by Tessa Hadley

“The Suspect,” by Fiona Barton

“The Wartime Sisters,” by Lynda Cohen Loigman

Closed Monday, Feb 4, 2019

Due to the snow day at Malone Central Schools, the WEAD Library is CLOSED today 2/4/19. Please be careful in the icy conditions.

New Arrivals 1/29/19

Good afternoon!  Here are the newest additions to our collection.  Enjoy!

New Fiction Arrivals:

“The Burglar,” by Thomas Perry

“Daughter of War,” by Brad Taylor

“The Far Field,” by Madhuri Vijay

“Judgment,” by Joseph Finder

“Letters from Peaceful Lane,” by Janet Dailey

“A Murderous Marriage,” by Alyssa Maxwell

“The Nowhere Child,” by Christian White

“The Only Woman in the Room,” by Marie Benedict

“Out of the Dark,” by Gregg Hurwitz

“The Rule of Law,” by John Lescroart

“The Silhouette Girl,” by V.C. Andrews

“Talk to Me,” by John Kenney

 

New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“Act Natural: a Cultural History of Misadventures in Parenting,” by Jennifer Traig

“Almost Everything: Notes on Hope,” by Anne Lamott

“Company of One: Why Staying Small is the Next Big Thing for Business,” by Paul Jarvis

“Help me!: One Woman’s Quest to Find Out if Self-Help Really can Change your Life,” by Marianne Power

“The Long Take: or, a Way to Lose More Slowly,” by Robin Robertson

“Queen Victoria: Twenty-Four Days that Changed her Life,” by Lucy Worsley

“Underground: a Human History of the Worlds beneath our Feet,” by Will Hunt

“The Warner Boys: our Family’s Story of Autism and Hope,” by Ana & Curt Warner

Early Closing

The WEAD Library will close at 5:00pm today (1/23/19) due to the weather.

Please stay safe.

Just a reminder, the WEAD Library follows Malone Central Schools’ closures for snow days. If Malone Central Schools are closed due to the weather, the Wead Library is also closed.

Early cancellations may also affect the library hours. Please call ahead in bad weather. If a live person does not answer the phone, the library is closed.

New Arrivals (1/8/19)

Here are our newest titles.  Stop in or call us to snag one today!

New Fiction:

“The Angel in the Glass,” by Alys Clare

“The Boy,” by Tami Hoag

“The House Next Door,” by James Patterson

“In a House of Lies,” by Ian Rankin

“The New Iberia Blues,” by James Lee Burke

“North of Dawn,” by Nuruddin Farah

“Turning Point,” by Danielle Steel

“Untouchable,” by Jayne Ann Krentz

“Verses for the Dead,” by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

“Watching You,” by Lisa Jewell

 

New Nonfiction:

“Babel: Around the World in Twenty Languages,” by Gaston Dorren

“The First Conspiracy: the Secret Plot to Kill George Washington,” by Brad Meltzer

“The Martha Manual: How to do Almost Everything,” by Martha Stewart

“Monument: Poems: New and Selected,” by Natasha Trethewey

“Queen of the World,” by Robert Hardman

“This is Marketing,” by Seth Godin

New Arrivals (1/2/19)

Good afternoon, Readers!  Here are the first books that we have added to our collection in 2019.  Enjoy!

New Fiction:

“Black Diamond Fall,” by Joseph Olshan

“The Cattle Drive,” by Ethan Wolfe

“City of Ash and Red,” by Hye-Young Pyun

“Crisis,” by Felix Francis

“Dark Winter,” by Anthony J. Tata

“Death and Other Holidays,” by Marci Vogel

“Everything Under,” by Daisy Johnson

“Insurrecto,” by Gina Apostol

“Leaving Lavender Tides,” by Colleen Coble

“Mycroft and Sherlock,” by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

“Target Alex Cross,” by James Patterson

“The Young Desperados,” by Bill Brooks

 

New Nonfiction:

“Are U Ok?: A Guide to Caring for your Mental Health,” by Kati Morton

“Copyright: What Everyone Needs to Know,” by Neil Weinstock Netanel

“Demystifying Hospice: Inside the Stories of Patients and Caregivers,” by Karen J. Clayton

“Extra Helping: Recipes for Caring, Connecting, and Building Community One Dish at a Time,” by Janet Reich Elsbach

“Handel in London: a Genius and His Craft,” by Jane Glover

“Healing Well and Living Free From an Abusive Relationship: From Victim to Survivor to Overcomer,” by Dr. Ramona Probasco

“In Search of the Canary Tree: the Story of a Scientist, a Cypress, and a Changing World,” by Lauren E. Oakes

“Little Dancer Aged Fourteen: the True Story behind Degas’s Masterpiece,” by Camille Laurens

“Saving Mona Lisa: the Battle to Protect the Louvre and its Treasures from the Nazis,” by Gerri Chanel