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17 new books are waiting for youn in your St. Charles Parish libraries
1. “Big Machine: a Novel” by Victor LaValle
2. “The Confederate General Rides North: A Novel” by Amanda C. Gable
3. “Heart of the Assassin: A Novel” by Robert Ferrigno
4. “The Hope of Refuge: A Novel” by Cindy Woodsmall
5. “June Bug” by Chris Fabry
6. “The Siege” by Stephen White
7. “Sister Pelagia and the Red Cockerel: A Novel” by Boris Akunin
8. “South of Broad: A Novel” by Pat Conroy
9. “This is Where I Leave You” by Jonathan Tropper
10. “Undiscovered Gyrl: A Novel” by Allison Burnett
11. “The Wet Nurse’s Tale” by Erica Eisdorfer
1. “Cartooning: The Ultimate Character Design Book” by Christopher Hart
2. “Coaching Softball Technical and Tactical Skills”
3. “Crochet That Fits: Shaped Fashions without Increases
or Decreases” by Mary Jane Hall
4. “Cupcakes, Cupcakes, & More Cupcakes!” by Lilach German
5. “Deal Me in: Twenty of the World’s Top Poker
Players Share the Heartbreaking and Inspiring Stories of How They Turned Pro” by Marvin Karlins
6. “Kiplinger’s Estate Planning: the Complete Guide to Wills, Trusts, and Maximizing Your Legacy” by John Ventura
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