You’ve got to read this! (Jan. 16)

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

Adult Fiction:

“Dangerous Women”“The First of July: a Novel” by Elizabeth Speller

“Heirs of the Body: a Daisy Dalrymple Mystery” by Carola Dunn“In Retrospect” by Ellen Larson

“Innocent Blood: the Order of the Sanguines Series” by James Rollins

“The Invisible Code: a Peculiar Crimes Unit Mystery” by Christopher Fowler

“Lying with Strangers” by Jonnie Jacobs

“Murder as a Second Language: [a Claire Malloy Mystery]” by Joan Hess

“The Prince of Risk: a Novel” by Christopher Reich

“Rosemary and Crime” by Gail Oust

“Ten Lords A-Leaping: a Father Christmas Mystery” by C.C. Benison

Adult Non-Fiction:

“After the Music Stopped: the Financial Crisis, the Response, and the Work Ahead” by Alan S. Blinder

“Callie’s Biscuits and Southern Traditions: Heirloom Recipes from Our Family Kitchen” by Carrie Morey

“Cure Tooth Decay: Heal and Prevent Cavities with Nutrition” by Ramiel Nagel

“The Great Debate: Edmund Burke, Thomas Paine, and the Birth of Right and Left” by Yuval Levin

“Hands Free Mama: a Guide to Putting down the Phone, Burning The To-Do List, and Letting Go of Perfection to Grasp What Really Matters!” by Rachel Macy Stafford

“Happily Ever After: the Life-Changing Power of a Grateful Heart” by Trista Sutter

“How Dogs Love Us: a Neuroscientist and His Adopted Dog Decode the Canine Brain” by Gregory Berns

“Kate Gosselin’s Love is in the Mix: Making Meals into Memories with Family-Friendly Recipes, Tips, and Traditions” by Kate Gosselin

“Modern Manners: Tools to Take You to the Top” by Dorothea Johnson

“Smart Change: Five Tools to Create New and Sustainable Habits in Yourself and Others” by Art Markman, PhD

“What Addicts Know: 10 Lessons from Recovery to Benefit Everyone” by Christopher Kennedy Lawford




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