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New Print Titles for Week of March 1

PRINT BOOKS

FICTION
Ethan Hawke A bright ray of darkness
Ashley Audrain The push
Helen Fisher Faye, faraway
Eman Quotah Bride of the sea
Nicholas Sparks The return

Historical Fiction
Ben Hopkins Cathedral
Gail Godwin Old Lovegood girls
John Preston The dig
Kristin Hannah The four winds

Mystery, Suspense, Thrillers, Espionage & Intrigue
Caroline B Cooney Before she was Helen
Walter Mosley Blood grove
Harlan Coben The boy from the woods
Kathy Reichs A conspiracy of bones
P J Tracy Deep into the dark
Sarah Langan Good neighbors
Eliza Jane Brazier If I disappear

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
Matt Ruff 88 names

CHILDREN'S

Fiction
Meena Harris Kamala and Maya's big idea Child Harris
Tae Keller When you trap a tiger Child Keller

NONFICTION

Biography & Genealogy
Gertrude Stein The autobiography of Alice B Toklas 818.5 T646s

Books, Reading, Publishing, Journalism
Michiko Kakutani Ex Libris 028 K139

Business & Economics
Rahul Rana Making Moonshots 658.4 R15

Computer Science
Neil Vega Mastering Evernote as the Brain Extension: A Guide to the Most Effective Tips and Tricks for Powerful Note Taking and Idea Organization for Your Study 005.57 V521

Health & Medicine
Matthew Cobb The idea of the brain: the past and future of neuroscience 612.8233 C633
Joel Fuhrman Eat for life: the breakthrough nutrient-rich program for longevity, disease reversal, and sustained weight loss 613.2 F959e

Literature & Writing
Geraldine Woods 25 great sentences and how they got that way 808.04 W861

Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Ann Druyan Cosmos: possible worlds 520 D846

Performing Arts & Music
Mark Harris Mike Nichols: a life 791.4 N515

Politics & Government
Evan Osnos Joe Biden: the life, the run, and what matters now 328.73 B585o

Social Sciences & Current Events
Emmanuel Acho Uncomfortable conversations with a black man 305.8 A47
Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich The fact of a body: a murder and a memoir 364.152 M369

Posted on Mar. 2, 2021 by Cherilyn Banson