You’ve got to read this! (Nov. 21)

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November 22, 2013 at 9:48 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

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

Adult Fiction:“Accused: A Rosato & Associates Novel” by Lisa Scottoline“Behind the Shattered Glass: a Lady Emily Mystery” by Tasha Alexander“The Cusanus Game” by Wolfgang Jeschke“Duck the Halls: a Meg Langslow Mystery” by Donna Andrews“The Family Business 2” by Carl Weber “Fox Tracks: a Novel” by Rita Mae Brown “The Heavens Rise” by Christopher Rice“The Last Dark” by Stephen R. Donaldson“Outlaw: a Robin Monarch Novel” by Mark Sullivan“Singularity: A Jevin Banks Novel” by Steven James“The Wolves of Midwinter: a Novel” by Anne RiceAdult Non-Fiction:“Break Out!: 5 Keys to Go Beyond Your Barriers and Live an Extraordinary Life” by Joel Osteen“The Can’t Cook Book: Recipes for the Absolutely Terrified!” by Jessica Seinfeld“$5 a Meal College Cookbook: Good Cheap Food for When You Need to Eat” by Rhonda Lauret Parkinson“Flood of Lies: the St. Rita’s Nursing Home Tragedy” by James A. Cobb, Jr“Healing is Possible: New Hope for Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Persistent Pain, and Other Chronic Illnesses” by Neil Nathan“How to Feed a Family: the Sweet Potato Chronicles Cookbook” by Laura Keogh “The Story Behind the Stone” by Robert Jeanfreau“The System: The Glory and Scandal of Big-Time College Football” by Jeff Benedict “We Love to Sew: 28 Pretty Things to Make: Jewelry, Headbands, Softies, T-Shirts, Pillows, Bags & More” by Annabel Wrigley“Who Really Killed Kennedy?: 50 Years Later : Stunning New Revelations About the JFK Assassination” by Jerome R. Corsi“Year Zero: 1945 and the Aftermath of War” by Ian Buruma




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