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Staff Report
May 26, 2009 at 2:27 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

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

Adult Fiction:

1. “Act of Will” by A. J. Hartley

2. “Borderline” by Nevada Barr

3. “Corsair: A Novel of the Oregon Files” by Clive Cussler

4. “Deadlock: A John Hutchinson Novel” by Robert Liparulo

5. “Grave Goods” by Ariana Franklin

6. “Lavender Morning” by Jude Deveraux

7. “Just Take My Heart: A Novel” by Mary Higgins Clark

8. “Malice” by Lisa Jackson

9. “The Mao Case: An Inspector Chen Novel” by Qiu Xiaolong

10. “Through Black Spruce: A Novel” by Joseph Boyden

11. “Until it’s Over” by Nicci French


Adult Non-Fiction:

1. “As they See ‘em: A Fan’s Travels in the Land of Umpires” by Bruce Weber

2. “Bases Loaded: the Inside Story of the Steroid Era in Baseball by the Central Figure in the Mitchell Report” by Kirk Radomski

3. “Cooking Know-How: Be a Better Cook with Hundreds of Easy Techniques, Step-By-Step Photos, and Ideas for Over 500 Great Recipe Ideas” by Bruce Weinstein

4. “The Cure for Money Madness: Break Your Bad Money Habits, Live Without Financial Stress--and Make More Money”! by Spencer Sherman

5. “Exactly as I am: Celebrated Women Share Candid Advice with Today’s Girls on What it Takes to Believe in Yourself” by Shaun Robinson

6. “The Insider’s Guide to the Peace Corps: What to Know Before you go” by Dillon Banerjee

7. “Martha Stewart’s Encyclopedia of Crafts”

8. “Paula Deen’s: the Deen Family Cookbook” by Paula Deen

9. “Simply Mexican” by Lourdes Castro

10. “You are Here: A Portable History of the Universe” by Christopher Potter

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