You’ve got to read this!

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August 17, 2012 at 9:11 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

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

Adult Fiction:

 

"Blackjack: a Cross Novel" by Andrew Vachss

"15 Seconds" by Andrew Gross

"Friends Forever: a Novel" by Danielle Steel

"Island Apart" by Steven Raichlen

"The Kingdom: a Novel" by Bryan M. Litfin

"Night Watch" by Linda Fairstein

"No Rest For The Dead: a Novel" by Jeff Abbott

"So Far Away: a Novel" by Meg Mitchell Moore

"The Taken" by Vicki Pettersson

"Waterborne" by Katherine Irons

"We Only Know so Much: a Novel" by Elizabeth Crane

 

Adult Non-Fiction:

 

"The Book of Doing: Everyday Activities to Unlock Your Creativity and Joy" by Allison Arden

"The Cookie Dough Lover’s Cookbook" by Lindsay Landis

"Groupon’s Biggest Deal Ever: the Inside Story of How One Insane Gamble, Tons of Unbelievable Hype, and Millions of Wild Deals Made Billions for One Ballsy Joker" by Frank Sennett

"Implosion: Can America Recover From its Economic and Spiritual Challenges in Time?" by Joel C. Rosenberg

"The Mass Explained: an Introduction to the New Roman Missal" by Monsignor James P. Moroney

"Mom Always Liked You Best: a Guide for Resolving Family Feuds, Inheritance Battles & Eldercare Crises" by Arline Kardasis

"One Big Thing: Discovering What You Were Born to Do" by Phil Cooke

"Remember Who You are: Remember ‘Where’ You are and Where You ‘Come’ from. Remember..." by David Icke

"Uncommon Manhood: Secrets to What it Means to be a Man" by Tony Dungy




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