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

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

Adult Fiction:

"The Creeper" by Tania Carver

"The Crime of Julian Wells" by Thomas H. Cook

"The Headmaster’s Wager: a Novel" by Vincent Lam

"Heron’s Cove" by Carla Neggers

"The Hydrogen Sonata" by Iain M. Banks

"John Saturnall’s Feast" by Lawrence Norfolk

"Libriomancer" by Jim C. Hines

"An Outlaw’s Christmas" by Linda Lael Miller

"This is How it Ends: a Novel" by Kathleen MacMahon

"The Three-Day Affair" by Michael Kardos

"Triburbia: a Novel" by Karl Taro Greenfeld

 

Adult Non-Fiction:

"The Debt-Free Spending Plan: an Amazingly Simple Way

to Take Control of Your Finances Once and for All" by

JoAnneh Nagler

"The Garden District of New Orleans" by Jim Fraiser

"Instant: the Story of Polaroid" by Christopher Bonanos

"Killing Kennedy: the End of Camelot" by Bill O’Reilly

" The Lean: a Revolutionary (and Simple!) 30-Day Plan for Healthy, Lasting Weight Loss" by Kathy Freston

"The Little Big Book of Christmas" edited by Lena Tabori

"Making Babies: Stumbling into Motherhood" by Anne Enright

"New Roads and Old Rivers: Louisiana’s Historic Pointe

Coupee Parish" photographs by Richard Sexton

"Once Upon a Car: the Fall and Resurrection of America’s

Big Three Auto Makers--GM, Ford, and Chrysler" by Bill

Vlasic

"Snap: Making the Most of First Impressions, Body

Language, and Charisma" by Patti Wood

"Why Have Kids?: a New Mom Explores the Truth About

Parenting and Happiness" by Jessica Valenti




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