You’ve got to read this! (Oct. 17)

From staff and wire reports

October 18, 2013 at 10:16 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

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

Adult Fiction:

"After Her: a Novel" by Joyce Maynard"A Cold White Sun: a Constable Molly Smith Mystery" by Vicki Delany"A Darkness Descending: a Mystery in Florence" by Christobel Kent"Dissident Gardens: a Novel" by Jonathan Lethem"Last Car Over the Sagamore Bridge: Stories" by Peter Orner"The Maid’s Version: a Novel" by Daniel Woodrell"The Rebellion of Miss Lucy Ann Lobdell" by William Klaber"The Returned" by Jason Mott"Sleepless Knights" by Mark H. Williams"The Wrong Girl" by Hank Phillippi Ryan"You Make Me Feel so Dead: a ‘Rat Pack’ Mystery" by Robert J. Randisi

Adult Non-Fiction:

"Angels in the Fire: the Dramatic True Story of an Impossible Rescue" by Dann Stadler"Balaboosta" by Einat Admony "Dream it! Do it!: My Half-Century Creating Disney’s Magic Kingdoms ; the People, the Places, the Projects" by Marty Sklar"The Heart of the Plate: Vegetarian Recipes for a New Generation" by Mollie Katzen "The Manor: Three Centuries at a Slave Plantation on Long Island" by Mac Griswold"The Remarriage Blueprint: How Remarried Couples and Their Families Succeed or Fail" by Maggie Scarf"The Return of the Kosher Pig: the Divine Messiah in Jewish Thought" by Rabbi Itzhak Shapira"ROY G. BIV: an Exceedingly Surprising Book About Color" by Jude Stewart"Six-Week Start-Up: a Step-By-Step Program for Starting Your Business, Making Money, and Achieving Your Goals!" by Rhonda Abrams"Slow Getting Up: a Story of NFL Survival From the Bottom of the Pile" by Nate Jackson"Taste of the Town: a Guided Tour of College Football’s Best Places to Eat" by Todd Blackledge

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