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

Adult Fiction:

 

"The Blackhouse: a Novel" by Peter May

"Blood Lance: a Crispin Guest Medieval Noir" by Jeri Westerson

"The Child’s Child: a Novel" by Ruth Rendell

"Death on Telegraph Hill: a Sarah Woolson Mystery" by Shirley Tallman

"Frozen Heat" by Richard Castle

"Good Junk: a Cliff St. James Novel" by Ed Kovacs

"The Invisibles: Stories" by Hugh Sheehy

"Island of Bones" by Imogen Robertson

"Mark Z. Danielewinski’s The Fifty Year Sword" by Mark Z. Danielewski

"Thursday Next in The Woman Who Died a Lot: [a Thursday

Next novel]: Now with 50% Added Subplot" by Jasper Fforde

"Tier One Wild: a Delta Force Novel" by Dalton Fury

 

Adult Non-Fiction:

 

"All of Me: How I Learned to Live With the Many Personalities Sharing My Body" by Kim Noble

"Bully: an Action Plan for Teachers and Parents to Combat the Bullying Crisis" Edited by Lee Hirsch

"The Habit" by Susan Morse

"It’s Complicated (But it Doesn’t Have to Be): a Modern Guide to Finding and Keeping Love" by Paul Carrick

Brunson

"The Kickstarter Handbook: Real-Life Crowdfunding

Success Stories" by Don Steinberg

"Like a Virgin: How Science is Redesigning the Rules of Sex" by Aarathi Prasad

"The Moneysmart Family System: Teaching Financial Independence to Children of Every Age" by Steve Economides

"My iPad" by Gary Rosenzweig

"My iPhone" by Brad Miser

"The Rough Guide to the iPad" by Peter Buckley

"Silent No More: Victim’s 1’s Fight for Justice Against Jerry Sandusky" by Aaron Fisher




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