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

Adult Fiction

1. “Based on the Movie: A Novel” by Billy Taylor.

2. “Cat in a Sapphire Slipper: A Midnight Louie Mystery” by Carole Nelson Douglas.

3. “The Keepsake: A Novel” by Tess Gerritsen.

4. “Mars Life” by Ben Bova.

5. “The Other Queen” by Philippa Gregory.

6. “People Who Walk in Darkness” by Stuart M. Kaminsky.

7. “Riven” by Jerry B. Jenkins.

8. “Rollback” by Robert J. Sawyer.

9. “Shield of Thunder” by David Gemmell.

10. “Stand the Storm: A Novel” by Breena Clarke.

11. “The Strength of His Hand” by Lynn Austin.

Adult Non-Fiction

1. “Astrology for Dummies” by Rae Orion.

2. “Be Happy Without Being Perfect: How to Break Free from the Perfection Deception” by Alice D. Domar.

3. “Comfort: A Journey Through Grief” by Ann Hood.

4. “Essential USA”

5. “Human Technology: a Toolkit for Authentic Living” by Ilchi Lee.

6. “The NFL Gameday Cookbook: 150 Recipes to Feed the Hungriest Fan from Preseason to the Super Bowl” by Ray Lampe.

7. “Not the Girl Next Door: Joan Crawford, a Personal Biography” by Charlotte Chandler.

8. “Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What it Says About us)” by Tom Vanderbilt.

9. “The Vegetable Dishes I can’t Live Without” by Mollie Katzen.

10. “Volcano: A Visual Guide” by Donna O’Meara.

11. “You Won’t Believe it’s Gluten-Free!: 500 Delicious, Foolproof Recipes for Healthy Living” by Roben Ryberg.




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