You’ve got to read this! (July 18)

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

Adult Fiction:

"The Abundance: a Novel" by Amit Majmudar

"Angel Baby: a Novel" by Richard Lange

"Antiques Chop" by Barbara Allan

"The Cuckoo’s Calling" by Robert Galbraith

"Dogstar Rising: a Makana Mystery" by Parker Bilal

"The Dream Merchant: a Novel" by Fred Waitzkin

"Fatherhood: and Other Stories" by Thomas H. Cook

"Onion Street: a Moe Prager Mystery" by Reed Farrel Coleman

"The Shape of the Final Dog and Other Stories" by Hampton Fancher

"Silken Prey" by John Sandford

"Stolen" by Daniel Palmer

 

Adult Non-Fiction:

"After the Ball is Over: Mardi Gras Designer Larry Youngblood Looks Back on His 50 Years of Costumes and Memories" by Elizabeth Y. Canik

"Complete Meals in Minutes: Over 700 Great Recipes"

"Control: Exposing the Truth about Guns by Glenn Beck

"The End is Near and it’s Going to Be Awesome: How Going Broke Will Leave America Richer, Happier, and More Secure" by Kevin D. Williamson

"I’ll See You Again" by Jackie Hance

"Living the Good Long Life: a Practical Guide to Caring for Yourself and Others" by Martha Stewart

"Navigate: How the Bible Can Help You in Every Aspect of Your Life" by Norman Vincent Peale

Quiet beauty: Japanese Gardens of North America" by Kendall H. Brown

"Revolutionary Summer: The Birth of American Independence" by Joseph J. Ellis

"Waking Up in Heaven: a True Story of Brokenness, Heaven, and Life Again" by Crystal McVea

"Writing Winning Business Plans: How to Prepare a Business Plan That Investors Will Want to Read--and Invest in" by Garrett Sutton




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