St. Charles Herald-Guide

Youíve got to read this!

From staff and wire reports - October 11, 2012

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

Adult Fiction:

"Beautiful Lies" by Clare Clark

"Black Fridays" by Michael Sears

"A Book of Horrors" edited by Stephen Jones

"Dead Anyway" by Chris Knopf

"The Incense Game: [a Novel of Feudal Japan]" by Laura Joh

Rowland

"Father Night: [a Jack McClure Novel]" by Eric Van Lustbader

"Manhattan in Reverse" by Peter F. Hamilton

"Resurrection Express" by Stephen Romano

"Something Red: a Novel" by Douglas Nicholas

"Stormdancer" by Jay Kristoff

"Winter of the World" by Ken Follett

Adult Non-Fiction:

"Appetite for Life: the Thumbs Up, No Yucks Guide to

Getting Your Kid to be a Great Eater-Including Over 100

Kid-Approved Recipes" by Stacey Antine

"The Bible and the Believer: How to Read the Bible Critically

and Religiously" by Marc Zvi Brettler

"Donít Roll Your Eyes: Make In-Laws into Family" by Ruth

Nemzoff

"500 Days: Secrets and Lies in the Terror Wars" by Kurt

Eichenwald

"Flour Water Salt Yeast: the Fundamentals of Artisan Bread

and Pizza" by Ken Forkish

"How to Look Hot in a Minivan: a Real Womanís Guide to

Losing Weight, Looking Great, and Dressing Chic in the Age

of the Celebrity Mom" by Janice Min

"Mathletics: a Scientist Explains 100 Amazing Things About

the World of Sports" by John D. Barrow

"The Rise of Marco Rubio" by Manuel Roig-Franzia

"The 17-Day Plan to Stop Aging" by Mike Moreno

"The Starch Solution: Beat the Foods You Love, Regain Your

Health, and Lose the Weight for Good!" by John McDougall

"Unaccountable: What Hospitals Wonít Tell You and How

Transparency Can Revolutionize Health Care" by Marty

Makary