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15 new books are waiting for you in your St. Charles Parish libraries
1. "Captives: a Novel" by Todd Hasak-Lowy.
2. "Drowning Lessons: Stories" by Peter Selgin.
3. "The End of the Straight and Narrow: Stories" by David McGlynn.
4. "I See You Everywhere" by Julia Glass.
5. "Murder in Los Lobo: A Bella Kowalski Mystery" by Sue McGinty.
6. "O the Clear Moment" by Ed McClanahan.
7. "The School on Heart's Content Road" by Carolyn Chute.
8. "Second Violin" by John Lawton.
9. "Too Many Curses" by A. Lee Martinez.
10. "The Treasure" by Iris Johansen.
11. "Year of the Dog" by Henry Chang.Adult Non-fiction:
1. "Bees: Nature's Little Wonders" by Candace Savage.
2. "Chasing Science at Sea: Racing Hurricanes, Stalking Sharks, and Living Undersea with Ocean Experts" by Ellen Prager.
3. "Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?: Bodies, Behavior and Brains : The Science Behind Sex, Love, and Attraction" by Jena Pincott.
4. "Enemy of the State: the Trial and Execution of Saddam Hussein" by Michael A. Newton.
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