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

Adult Fiction:

 

"Angels at the Table: a Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy Christmas Story" by Debbie Macomber

"Back to Blood: a Novel" by Tom Wolfe

"Between Heaven and Here" by Susan Straight

"The Big Exit" by David Carnoy

"A Dangerous Inheritance: a Novel of Tudor Rivals and the Secret of the Tower" by Alison Weir

"The Greatcoat" by Helen Dunmore

"The Lighthouse Road" by Peter Geye

"The People of Forever are Not Afraid: a Novel" by Shani Boianjiu

"The Spirit Well: a Bright Empires Novel" by Stephen R. Lawhead

"Stonemouth" by Iain Banks

"A Winter Dream" by Richard Paul Evans

Adult Non-Fiction:

 

"Baked Elements: our 10 Favorite Ingredients" by Matt Lewis

"GRE: Premier" the staff of Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions

"How to Become a Successful Event Planner: a Practical Approach to Starting and Running Your Own Event Planning Business from Home" by Jorge Zurita

"How to Get Money for College: Financing Your Future Beyond Federal Aid"

"Joanne Fluke’s Lake Eden Cookbook"

"Master the GRE" by Mark Alan Stewart

"McGraw-Hill’s GRE: Graduate Record Examination General Test" by Steven W. Dulan

"Mornings with Jesus: [365 Devotions to Start Your Day]" by Judy Baer

"SAT" by Christopher Black

"Southern Comfort: a Couple of Chefs Cooking Down South" by Allison Vines-Rushing

"Teresa’s Italian Family Cookbook" by Teresa Giudice




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