You’ve got to read this! (Aug. 14)

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

Adult Fiction:

“Afterparty” by Daryl Gregory

“Full Assault Mode: a Delta Force Novel” by Dalton Fury

“I Pity the Poor Immigrant: a Novel” by Zachary Lazar

“Murder in Merino: a Seaside Knitters Mystery” by Sally Goldenbaum

“Mr. Loverman: a Novel” by Bernardine Evaristo

“My Real Children” by Jo Walton

“Northanger Abbey” by Val McDermid

“Otherwise Engaged” by Amanda Quick

“A Paris Apartment” by Michelle Gable

“Smarty Bones” by Carolyn Haines

“Sniper Elite: One-Way Trip: a Novel” by Scott McEwenAdult

Non-Fiction:

“The Brain Bible: How to Stay Vital, Productive, and Happy for a Lifetime” by John Arden, PhD.

“A Chance to Win: Boyhood, Baseball, and the Struggle for Redemption in the Inner City” by Jonathan Schuppe

“Changing the Sales Conversation: Connect, Collaborate, and Close” by Linda Richardson

“The Cleveland Clinic Way: Lessons in Excellence from One of the World’s Leading Health Care Organizations” by Toby Cosgrove

“The Customer Culture Imperative: a Leader’s Guide to Driving Superior Performance” by Linden Brown

“Dedicated to God: an Oral History of Cloistered Nuns” by Abbie Reese

“Diagnosing Giants: Solving the Medical Mysteries of Thirteen Patients Who Changed the World” by Philip A. Mackowiak

“Drugged: the Science and Culture Behind Psychotropic Drugs” by Richard J. Miller, PhD.

“Open Data Now: the Secret to Hot Startups, Smart Investing, Savvy Marketing, and Fast Innovation” by Joel Gurin

“Red Fortress: History and Illusion in the Kremlin” by Catherine Merridale

“Strategic Value Investing: Practical Techniques of Leading Value Investors” by Stephen Horan




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