You’ve got to read this!

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

Adult Fiction:

 

"The Blossom Sisters" by Fern Michaels

"Chocolate for Two" by Maria Murnane

"Dead Ever After" by Charlaine Harris

"Decadence" by Eric Jerome Dickey

"The Famous and The Dead: a Charlie Hood Novel" by T. Jefferson Parker

"The Gate Thief: a Novel of the Mither Mages" by Orson Scott Card

"The House at Belle Fontaine: Stories" by Lily Tuck

"Josh Whoever" by Michael Guillebeau

"Killer Honeymoon" by G.A. McKevett

"The Mystery Woman: a Ladies of Lantern Street Novel" by Amanda Quick

"Nowhere But Home: [a Novel]" by Liza Palmer

 

Adult Non-Fiction:

 

"Cooking Light: Annual Recipes 2013"

"The Down and Dirty Guide to Camping With Kids: How to Plan Memorable Family Adventures and Connect Kids to Nature" by Helen Olsson

"The Homeowner’s Energy Handbook" by Paul Scheckel

"iPad for Artists" by Dani Jones

"Jumpstart to Skinny: the Simple 3-Week Plan for Supercharged Weight Loss" by Bob Harper

"Mac & Cheese: 80 Classic & Creative Versions of the Ultimate Comfort Food" by Ellen Brown

"The Meat Lover’s Meatless Celebrations: Year-Round Vegetarian Feasts (You Can Really Sink Your Teeth Into)" by Kim O’Donnel

"NOOK HD for Dummies" by Corey Sandler

"A Spoonful of Sugar: a Memoir" by Brenda Ashford

"What are They thinking?!: the Straight Facts About the Risk-Taking, Social-Networking, Still-Developing Teen Brain" by Aaron M. White, PhD

"Why Men Fake it: the Totally Unexpected Truth About Men

and Sex" by Abraham Morgentaler




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