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

Adult Fiction:

"Abducted" by Janice Cantore "Avenged" by Janice Cantore "Crashed: a Junior Bender Novel" by Timothy Hallinan "The Haunting of Maddy Clare" by Simone St. James "An Inquiry into Love and Death" by Simone St. James "Little Elvises: a Junior Bender Mystery" by Timothy Hallinan "Love Comes to Paradise" by Mary Ellis "Reconstructing Amelia: a Novel" by Kimberly McCreight "Rumors: the McCaffertys" by Lisa Jackson "Thrown by a Curve" by Jaci Burton "The Sixth Station" by Linda Stasi Adult Non-Fiction:

"The Aztec Diet: Chia Power: the Superfood That Gets You Skinny and Keeps You Healthy" by Bob Arnott "Be Fruitful: the Essential Guide to Maximizing Fertility and Giving Birth to a Healthy Child" by Victoria Maizes "Bitter Brew: the Rise and Fall of Anheuser-Busch and America’s Kings of Beer" by William Knoedelseder "The Complete Guide to Figure Drawing for Comics and Graphic Novels" by Daniel Cooney "Family Trees: a History of Genealogy in America" by François Weil "Heavenly Bites: the best of Muslim Home Cooking" by Karimah bint Dawood "Sexidemic: a Cultural History of Sex in America" by Lawrence R. Samuel "Surviving Your Adolescents" by Thomas W. Phelan "Themed Baby Showers: from Mother Goose to Noah’s Ark: Hundreds of Creative Shower Ideas" by Becky Long "Touch a Butterfly: Wildlife Gardening With Kids" by April Pulley Sayre "Understanding Alzheimer’s: an Introduction for Patients and Caregivers" by Naheed Ali




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