You’ve got to read this! (Feb. 6)

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

Adult Fiction:

“Belle Cora” by Phillip Margulies

“A Dangerous Deceit” by Marjorie Eccles

“Dead Man’s Fancy: a Sean Stranahan Mystery” by Keith McCafferty

“The Invention of Wings: a Novel” by Sue Monk Kidd

“The Last Dead Girl” by Harry Dolan

“Leave Tomorrow Behind: a Stella Crown Mystery” by Judy Clemens

“Phoenix Island” by John Dixon

“The Purity of Vengeance: a Department Q Novel” by Jussi Adler-Olsen

“Radiance of Tomorrow: a Novel” by Ishmael Beah

“Soy Sauce for Beginners” by Kirsten Chen

“The Way of all Fish: a Novel” by Martha Grimes

Adult Non-Fiction:

“Before I Die” by Candy Chang

“If Only You People Could Follow Directions: a Memoir” by Jessica Hendry Nelson

“Mindful Parenting: Simple and Powerful Solutions for Raising Creative, Engaged, Happy Kids in Today’s Hectic World” by Kristen Race, PhD

“Out of the Woods: a Memoir of Wayfinding” by Lynn Darling

“Painting Your Way Out of a Corner: the Art of Getting Unstuck” by Barbara Diane Barry

“Remodelista: a Manual for the Considered Home” by Julie Carlson

“Say This, Not That: a Foolproof Guide to Effective Interpersonal Communication” by Carl Alasko

“Stranger in My Own Country: a Jewish Family in ModernGermany” by Yascha Mounk

“Waking From the Dream: The Struggle for Civil Rights in the Shadow of Martin Luther King Jr.” by David L. Chappell

“Why I Read: The Serious Pleasure of Books” by Wendy Lesser

“Wintersweet: Seasonal Desserts to Warm the Home” by Tammy Donroe Inman




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