You’ve got to read this! (Feb. 13)

From staff and wire reports

February 14 at 12:08 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

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

Adult Fiction:

“The Aftermath” by Rhidian Brook

“Crimson Rose” by M.J. Turow

“Fair and Tender Ladies: Richard Nottingham Novel” by Chris Nickson

“From the Dead” by Mark Billingham

“Frozen Solid: a Novel” by James M. Tabor

“Killing Cupid” by Laura Levine

“A Man of His Own” by Susan Wilson

“Murder on the Orient Espresso” by Sandra Balzo

“Red 1-2-3” by John Katzenbach

“Terror Red” by David Hunt

“To Be or Not to Be: a Chooseable-Path Adventure” by Ryan North

Adult Non-Fiction:

“The Art of French Pastry” by Jacquy Pfeiffer

“Bargain Fever: How to Shop in a Discounted World” by Mark Ellwood

“A big heart open to God: a conversation with Pope Francis” by Pope Francis

“Bold: a Cookbook of Big Flavors” by Susanna Hoffman

“CDL Exam: Passengers & School Bus Endorsement”

“The Encyclopedia of American Food and Drink” by John F. Mariani

“The Four & Twenty Blackbirds Pie Book: Uncommon Recipes from the Celebrated Brooklyn Pie Shop” by Emily Elsen

“Maximum Energy” by Ted Broer

“The Rabbi Who Found Messiah: the Story of Yitzhak Kaduri and His Prophecies of the Endtime” by Carl Gallups

“Small Move, Big Change: Using Microresolutions to Transform Your Life Permanently” by Caroline L. Arnold

“The Southern Po’ Boy Cookbook: Mouthwatering Sandwich Recipes from the Heart of New Orleans” by Todd-Michael St. Pierre




View other articles written From staff and wire reports

featured merchant

St. Charles Herald Guide
St. Charles Herald Guide St. Charles Parish's first choice for local news and event information. Our newspaper, website, and digital edition is your window to all things newsworthy in your hometown.

State asked to investigate Hahnville fire department
State asked to investigate Hahnville fire department
- 1344 views

After months of bickering within the Hahnville Volunteer Fire Department (HVFD) and allegations of mismanaged funds, the fire service members have finally agreed on one thing – the organization should undergo a forensic legislative audit to determine if any money was misappropriated during the reign of former Fire Chief Reginald Gaubert.