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New books are waiting for you in your St. Charles Parish libraries.

Adult Fiction:

"Blackout" by Mira Grant

"Caliban’s War" by James S. A. Corey

"Coming Home: a Story of Undying Hope" by Karen Kingsbury

"Dandy Gilver and an Unsuitable Day for a Murder" by Catriona McPherson

"A Deeper Darkness" by J.T. Ellison

"Devilishly Sexy" by Kathy Love

"Festival of Fear" by Graham Masterton

"No Tan Lines" by Kate Angell

"Photo Finish: a Jack Doyle Mystery" by John McEvoy

"Summerland: a Novel" by Elin Hilderbrand

"What Comes Next" by John Katzenbach

 

Adult Non-Fiction:

"Beat Sugar Addiction Now! Cookbook: Recipes that Cure Your Type of Sugar Addiction and Help You Lose Weight and Feel Great!" Jacob Teitelbaum

"Character Encyclopedia" by Hannah Dolan

"15 Minute Home Workout" by Alycea Ungaro

"500 400-Calorie Recipes: Delicious and Satisfying Meals that Keep you to a Balanced 1200-Calorie Diet so You can Lose Weight Without Starving Yourself" by Dick Logue

"Gordon Ramsay’s Healthy Appetite: 125 Super-Fresh Recipes for a High-Energy Life" by Gordon Ramsay

"Home Dairy with Ashley English: All You Need to Know to Make Cheese, Yogurt, Butter & More"

"Kindle Fire" by Jason R. Rich

"Marie Claire Outfit 911: Simple, Fabulous Fixes for Every Fashion Emergency" by Joyce Corrigan




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