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

Adult Fiction:

 

"The Avalon Ladies Scrapbooking Society: a Novel" by Darien Gee

"Bonnie of Evidence: a Passport to Peril Mystery" by Maddy Hunter

"Cold Feet: a Stella Lavender Mystery" by Karen Pullen

"The Golden Calf" by Helene Tursten

"Here I Go Again" by Jen Lancaster

"The Imposter Bride" by Nancy Richler

"Kalimpura" by Jay Lake

"Proof of Guilt" by Charles Todd

"The Rip Tide Ultra-Glide: [a Novel]" by Tim Dorsey

"Shadow on the Crown" by Patricia Bracewell

"Wise Men: a Novel" by Stuart Nadler

 

Adult Non-Fiction:

 

"Amazing Contemporary Homes: 36 Inspirational Self-Build Homes, 365 Colour Photos, 76 Colour Illustrations"

"The Art of Running Faster: [Improve Technique, Training, and Performance]" by Julian Goater

"Creating Room to Read: a Story of Hope in the Battle for Global Literacy" by John Wood

"How to Start a Home-Based Craft Business" by Kenn Oberrecht

"Kitty Jones Kitty Crafts: Beautifully Designed Projects for a Cat-Friendly Home"

"The Last Nazis: the Hunt for Hitler’s Henchmen" by Mark Felton

"The Manager’s Legal Handbook" by Amy DelPo, J.D

"Soccer: Dribbling and Feinting: 68 Drills and Exercises Designed to Improve Dribbling and Feinting" by Thomas Dooley

"Sub-Machine Gun: the Development of the Sub-Machine Guns and Their Ammunition from World War I to the Present Day" by Maxim Popenker

"Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat" by Melissa Joulwan

"What Are You Doing for Lunch?" by Mona Meighan Ed.D.




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