You’ve got to read this! (Nov. 7)

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

Adult Fiction:

"Autumn Bones: Agent of Hell” by Jacqueline Carey

“Bleeding Edge” by Thomas Pynchon

“Blowback: a Vanessa Pierson Novel” by Valerie Plame

“The Burn Palace” by Stephen Dobyns

“The Chocolate Book Bandit: a Chocoholic Mystery” by JoAnna Carl

“Day One: a Novel” by Nate Kenyon

“The Explanation for Everything: a Novel” by Lauren Grodstein

“Mortal Bonds” by Michael Sears

“Nightmare Range: the Collected George Sueno and Ernie Bascom Short Stories” by Martin Limon

“The Thicket” by Joe R. Lansdale

“Valentino Pier” by Reed Farrel Coleman

Adult Non-Fiction:

“The Big Book of Pressure Cooker Recipes: More Than 500 Pressure Cooker Recipes for Fast and Flavorful Meals” by Pamela Rice Hahn

“Birth Order: What Your Position in the Family Really Tells You About Your Character”

“Call me Dad!: a Manual for New Fathers, From Pre-Birth to 12 Months” by Scott Lancaster

“Caramels: Gooey, Chewy Delights” by Elisabeth Antoine

“Homespun Vintage: 20 Timeless Knit and Crochet Projects” by Jane Crowfoot

“Ikebana: the Art of Arranging Flowers” by Shozo Sato

“Louisiana Homeowners Handbook to Prepare for Natural Hazards”

“Recipes Across America” by Taste of Home Books




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