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All Print New Titles List for the Week of November 2

BOOKS
If witches could ride, they'd choose hockey sticks, or they do in Quan Barry's new book, We Ride Upon Sticks. This pop-culture packed novel will plunge you back to 1980s Massachusetts to witness the Danvers High School Girls Field Hockey team make a dark pledge of amateur witchcraft - wickedly funny in a Stranger Things kind of way. There's a bit of 1692 Salem Witch Trial history here as well...speaking of history, Sharon Kay Penman's medieval story of King Baldwin IV and the Kingdom of Jerusalem's defense against Saladin's famous army tops our list of Historical Fiction favorites.

If it's a thriller you're after, check out Max Allan Collins' Do No Harm about a young doctor who is startled from sleep to discover his wife has been brutally murdered. The road to justice is a page turner about a guy who appears to be guilty but whose path to prison is riddled with tampered evidence and questionable agendas.

But right this moment, we have no other thoughts than the one title that distracted our attention from the beginning...scroll down the new title list to the Food & Drink portion and you'll see Let Them Eat Pancakes by Craig Carlson. Now there's a memoir to cozy up to on a cold winter night. Pass the maple syrup, please!
FICTION
Anne Enright Actress
Michael F Smith Blackwood
Emily Nemens The cactus league
Rachel Hauck The Fifth Avenue story society
Kevin Nguyen New waves
Douglas J Preston Old bones
Paul Yoon Run me to earth
Quan Barry We ride upon sticks

Historical Fiction
Stephanie Thornton And they called it Camelot
Alyssa Palombo
The Borgia confessions
Sharon Kay Penman The land beyond the sea

Mystery, Suspense, Thrillers, Espionage & Intrigue
Serena Kent Death in Avignon
Max Allan Collins Do no harm
Jude Deveraux A forgotten murder
Jason Pinter Hide away
Cara Hunter In the dark
C J Box Long range
Simon R Green Night train to murder
Phillip Margolin A reasonable doubt
David Ignatius The paladin
Simon Brett The clutter corpse
Tom Bouman The bramble and the rose
William Boyle City of margins
John Lawton Hammer to fall
Helen Monks Takhar Precious you
Marty Ambrose A shadowed fate
Samantha M Bailey Woman on the edge
Tana French The searcher
Richard Osman The Thursday murder club

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
Sarah J Maas House of earth and blood
Justin T Call Master of sorrows

Short Stories
Amsterdam noir SS A88
Vanessa Hua Deceit and other possibilities

NON-FICTION

Arts, Architecture & Crafts
Blacks and blackness in european art of the long nineteenth century 704.943 B631
Emily Anthes The great indoors: the surprising science of how buildings shape our behavior, health, and happiness 720.1 A627

Business & Economics
Thomas Gryta Lights out: pride, delusion, and the fall of General Electric 338.7 G929

Food & Drink
Craig Carlson Let them eat pancakes: one man's personal revolution in the City of Light 647.9509 C197

History
Glenn Kessler Donald Trump and his assault on truth: the President's falsehoods, misleading claims and flat-out lies 973.933 T871
Geraldine Schwarz Those who forget: my family's story in Nazi Europe; a memoir, a history, a warning 940.53 S961
Edward J Larson Franklin & Washington: the founding partnership 973.3 L334f
Sudhir Hazareesingh Black Spartacus: the epic life of Toussaint Louverture 972.94 H428
Gary Noy Hellacious California!: tales of rascality! revelry! dissipation! and depravity! and the birth of the Golden State 979.404 N949h
Judith Herrin Ravenna: capital of empire, crucible of Europe 945.4 H56

Literature & Writing
Kate Farrell Story power: secrets to creating, crafting, and telling memorable stories 808 F24
Kim Shuck Deer trails 811.6 S562
Peter Brooks Balzac's lives 843 B19b

Performing Arts & Music
When the movies mattered: the New Hollywood revisited 791.43 W567

Philosophy, Psychology & Religion
Marie Forleo Everything is figureoutable 158.1 F765
David Kessler Finding meaning: the sixth stage of grief 170.44 K95f

Politics & Government
Larry Tye Demagogue: the life and long shadow of Senator Joe McCarthy 328.73 M124
Katherine Stewart The power worshippers : inside the dangerous rise of religious nationalism 322.1 S491
Mychal Denzel Smith Stakes is high: life after the American dream 323.4 S511

Social Sciences & Current Events
Laura E Gómez Inventing Latinos: a new story of American racism 305.868 G529
Meredith Talusan Fairest: a memoir 305.3 T149
Benjamin Lorr The secret life of groceries: the dark miracle of the American supermarket 381.456 L893
Elwood Carlson The lucky few: between the greatest generation and the baby boom 304.6 C284

Sports & Games
Jonathan Mahler Ladies and gentlemen, the Bronx is burning: 1977, baseball, politics, and the battle for the soul of a city 796.357 M214

Travel & Geography
Rachel Brahinsky A people's guide to the San Francisco Bay Area 917.94 B81

Posted on Nov. 12, 2020 by Cherilyn Banson