You’ve got to read this!

By Staff Report
May 13, 2009 at 2:58 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

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

Adult Fiction:

1. “Etta: A Novel” by Gerald Kolpan

2. “Execution Dock: A Novel” by Anne Perry

3. “I Can See Clearly Now: A Novel” by Brendan Halpin

4. “The Killing Tree” by C. Dell Turney

5. “The Last Dickens: A Novel” by Matthew Pearl

6. “Life is Short But Wide” by J. California Cooper

7. “Michal: A Novel” by Jill Eileen Smith

8. “Oh, Johnny: A Novel” by Jim Lehrer

9. “Palace Circle” by Rebecca Dean

10. “The Temporal Void” by Peter F. Hamilton

Adult Non-Fiction

1. “Animals Make us Human: Creating the Best Life for Animals” by Temple Grandin

2. “The Brain Power Cookbook: More than 200 Recipes to Energize your Thinking, Boost your Mood, and Sharpen your Memory” by Dr. Frank Lawlis

3. “Citizen-In-Chief: the Second Lives of the American Presidents” by Leonard Benardo

4. “Destrehan: the Man, the House, the Legacy” by Eugene D. Cizek

5. “Emotional Freedom: Liberate yourself from Negative Emotions and Transform your Life” by Judith Orloff, M.D.

6. “Enough Already!: Clearing Mental Clutter to Become the Best you” by Peter Walsh

7. “Joy’s LIFE Diet: Four Steps to Thin Forever” by Joy Bauer

8. “Learn to Sew” by Alison Reid

9. “Living Well Emotinally: Break Through to a Life of Happiness” by Montel Williams

10. “The Survivors Club: the Secrets and Science that Could Save your Life” by Ben Sherwood




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