You’ve got to read this! (Nov. 14)

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

Adult Fiction:

“Dark Lies the Island: Stories” by Kevin Barry

“Ghost Gone Wild” by Carolyn Hart

“Land of the Silver Dragon: an Aelf Fen Mystery” by Alys Clare

“Let the Old Dreams Die” by John Ajvide Lindqvist

“The Necromancer’s House” by Christopher Buehlman

“Personae: a Novel” by Sergio De La Pava

“The Price of Innocence” by Lisa Black

“The Rosie Project: a Novel” by Graeme Simsion

“The Signature of All Things: a Novel” by Elizabeth Gilbert

“The Star of Istanbul: a Christopher Marlowe Cobb Thriller” by Robert Olen Butler

“Three Can Keep a Secret: a Joe Gunther Novel” by Archer Mayor

Adult Non-Fiction:

“The Art of Cake Pops: 75 Dangerously Delicious Designs” by Noel Muniz

“Bicycle Repair Manual” by Chris Sidwells

“Dog Training” by Liz Palika

“Etched in Sand: a True Story of Five Siblings Who Survived on Unspeakable Childhood on Long Island” by Regina Calcaterra

“Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital” by Sheri Fink

“Legends and Lore of the Mississippi Golden Gulf Coast” by Edmond Boudreaux Jr.

“Natural Solutions to PCOS: How to Eliminate Your Symptoms and Boost Your Fertility” by Marilyn Glenville, PhD

“No Bake Makery: 80 Two-Bite Treats Made with Lovin’, Notan Oven” by Cristina Suarez Krumsick

“Peanut Butter Comfort: Recipes for Breakfasts, Brownies, Cakes, Cookies, Candies, and Frozen Treats Featuring America’s Favorite Sandwich Spread” by Averie Sunshine

“Reading with Babies, Toddlers, & Twos: a Guide to Choosing, Reading, and Loving Books Together” by Susan Straub

“The True German:  the Diary of a World War II Military Judge” by Werner Otto Muller-Hill

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