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

Adult Fiction:

"Beautiful Disaster: a Novel" by Jamie McGuire

"Blood Money" by James Grippando

"Driver’s Education" by Grant Ginder

"Footprints in the Sand: [a Piper Donovan Mystery]" by

Mary Jane Clark

"The Husband List" by Janet Evanovich

"Impulse" by Steven Gould

"The Lawyer’s Lawyer" by James Sheehan

"Little Wolves" by Thomas Maltman

"Love is a Canoe" by Ben Schrank

"The Miniature Wife and Other Stories" by Manuel Gonzales

"The Painted Girls" by Cathy Marie Buchanan


Adult Non-Fiction:

"Adornments: [Sew & Create Accessories with Fabric, Lace & Beads]" by Myra Callan

"Antarctica: an Intimate Portrait of a Mysterious Continent" by Gabrielle Walker

"Any Given Monday: Sports Injuries and How to Prevent Them, for Athletes, Parents, and Coaches- Based on My Life in Sports Medicine" by James R. Andrews

"The Art of Painting Landcapes, Seascapes, and Skyscapes in Oil & Acrylic"

"Bengali Harlem and the Lost Histories of South Asian America" by Vivek Bald

"The Food52 Cookbook: 140 Winning Recipes from Exceptional Home Cooks" by Amanda Hesser

"The Handcrafted Wedding: More Than 300 Fun and Imaginative Handcrafted Ways to Personalize Your Wedding Day" by Emma Arendoski

"iPad for Artists" by Dani Jones

"Stitch and Sew Home: [Over 45 Cross Stitch, Embroidery and Sewing Projects]" by Eline Pellinkhof

"Trees, Woodlands & Forests in Watercolour" by Geoff Kersey

"When Doctors Don’t Listen: How to Avoid Misdiagnoses and Unnecessary Tests" by Leana S. Wen, M.D.

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