You’ve got to read this!

From staff and wire reports
September 27, 2012 at 9:43 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

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

Adult Fiction:

"Bones are Forever: a Novel" by Kathy Reichs

 

"The Bridesmaid" by Beverly Lewis

 

"Delusion in Death" by J.D. Robb

 

"Last to Die: a Novel" by Tess Gerritsen

 

"Low Pressure" by Sandra Brown

 

"Return to Willow Lake: The Lakeshore Chronicles" by

Susan Wiggs

 

"Severe Clear: a Stone Barrington Novel" by Stuart Woods

 

"Tiger’s Claw: a Novel" by Dale Brown

 

"Trust Your Eyes: [a Thriller]" by Linwood Barclay

 

"A Wanted Man: a Jack Reacher Novel" by Lee Child

 

"Zoo" by James Patterson

 

Adult Non-Fiction:

"American Gypsy" by Oksana Marafioti

 

"Chasing Venus: the Race to Measure the Heavens" by

Andrea Wulf

 

"Comic-Con and the Business of Pop Culture: Strategies for

Success in the Digital Transmedia Era" by Rob Salkowitz

 

"Dexter and Philosophy: Mind Over Spatter" edited by

Richard Greene

 

"DSK: the Scandal that Brought Down Dominique Strauss-

Kahn" by John Solomon

 

"Grow Your Own Vegetables in Pots: 35 Ideas for Growing

Vegetables, Fruits, and Herbs in Containers" by Deborah

Schneebeli-Morrell

 

"One Thousand Gifts: a Dare to Live Fully Right Where You

Are" by Ann Voskamp

 

"Playful Learning: Develop Your Child’s Sense of Joy and

Wonder" by Mariah Bruehl

 

"The Second World War" by Antony Beevor

 

"A Silence of Mockingbirds: the Memoir of a Murder" by

Karen Spears Zacharias

 

"Superfoods from the Garden: Grow it, Cook it, and Achieve

the Best Health Ever" by Michael van Straten




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