St. Charles Herald-Guide

You’ve got to read this! (Aug. 1)

From staff and wire reports - August 2, 2013

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

Adult Fiction:

"The English Girl: a Novel" by Daniel Silva"The Fever Tree" by Jennifer McVeigh"First Sight: a Novel" by Danielle Steel"Hidden Order: a Thriller" by Brad Thor"Hunting Eve" by Iris Johansen"In the Mouth of the Whale" by Pual McAuley"Lost Daughters" by Mary Monroe"Massacre Pond" by Paul Doiron"The Never List" by Koethi Zan"Stranded: a Maggie O’Dell Novel" by Alex Kava"Witch Wraith: The Dark Legacy of Shannara" by Terry Brooks

Adult Non-Fiction:

"A Call to Arms: Mobilizing America for World War II" by Maury Klein"Enter the Joyful World of Children" by Marylyn Appelbaum"Great Jobs for Everyone 50+: Finding Work that Keeps You Happy and Healthy and Pays the Bills" by Kerry Hannon"Holy Sex!: a Catholic Guide to Toe-Curling, Mind-Blowing, Infallible Loving" by Gregory K. Popcak"Marriage Rescue: Overcoming Ten Deadly Sins in Failing Relationships" by Gary Direnfeld"Mason Jar Crafts: DIY Projects for Adorable and Rustic Decor, Clever Storage, Inventive Lighting and Much, Much More" by Lauren Elise Donaldson"Reunited: an Investigative Genealogist Unlocks Some of Life’s Greatest Family Mysteries" by Pamela Slaton "The Small Business Start-Up Guide: a Surefire Blueprint to Successfully Launch Your Own Business" by Matthew Thompson "Treme: Stories and Recipes from the Heart of New Orleans" by Lolis Eric Elie "Writing Your Life: A Guide to Writing Autobiographies" by Mary Borg "A Year of Flowers: Creatively Stamped Cards for Every  Occasion" by Melanie Muenchinger