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New Titles List for the Week of September 4


Ayobami Adebayo Stay with me
John Boyne The heart's invisible furies
Donald Breckenridge And then
David Coventry The invisible mile
Bernard MacLaverty Midwinter break
David Markson Wittgenstein's mistress
Michael Mazza That crazy perfect someday
Rachel Nagelberg The fifth wall
Orhan Pamuk The red-haired woman
Kamila Shamsie Home fire
Delphine de Vigan Based on a true story
William T. Vollmann The rainbow stories
Leah Weiss If the creek don't rise
Gabrielle Zevin Young Jane Young

Historical Fiction
Lesley Krueger Mad Richard

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Robin Cook Charlatans
Lindsey Davis The third Nero
Andrew Gross The saboteur
Lotte Hammer The lake
Julia Keller Fast falls the night
T. Jefferson Parker The room of white fire
Erica Spindler The other girl

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
Michael Poore Reincarnation blues

Short Stories
Peter S. Beagle (editor) The new voices of fantasy SS B365
Don Skiles Rain after midnight Fic Skiles

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Applied Sciences
Mark Lennox-Boyd Sundials: history, art, people, science 681.11 L568

Arts, Architecture & Crafts
Simon Kelly Degas, Impressionism & the Paris millinery trade 704.949 D317
Thomas R. Schiff The library book 778.36 S333

Business & Economics
John Black A dictionary of economics 330.03 O982
James Montier The little book of behavioral investing: how not to be your own worst enemy 332.6 M791
Joel Tillinghast Big money thinks small: biases, blind spots & smarter investing 332.6 T577

Computer Science
Evi Nemeth UNIX & Linux system administration handbook 005.432 N433

Food & Drink
Robin Ha Cook Korean!: a comic book with recipes 641.5951 H111

Health & Medicine
Colleen Dolan Fullbright How to help your friend with cancer 616.994 F965

Home & Family Management
Leslie Bennett The beautiful edible garden: design a stylish outdoor space using vegetables, fruits & herbs 635.04 B471

Jim Jesse The music copyright manual: the definitive guide to music copyright law in the digital age 346.0482 J581

Literature & Writing
E. Foley Shakespeare basics for grown-ups: everything you need to know about the bard 822.33 F663
Malcolm Margolin (editor) Trail posts: a literary exploration of California's State Parks 808.8 M329

Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Bob Berman Zapped: from infrared to X-rays, the curious history of invisible light 535.09 B516
Henry Fountain The great quake: how the biggest earthquake in North America changed our understanding of the planet 551.22 F771
Govert Schilling Ripples in spacetime: Einstein, gravitational waves & the future of astronomy 539.7 S334
James D. Watson DNA: the story of the genetic revolution 576.5 W337

Performing Arts & Music
Billy Bragg Roots, radicals & rockers: how skiffle changed the world 781.64 B813

Philosophy, Psychology & Religion
Travis Bradberry Emotional intelligence 2.0 152.4 B798
Tanya Erzen God in captivity: the rise of faith-based prison ministries in the age of mass incarceration 259 E739
James Swartz The essence of enlightenment: Vedanta, the science of consciousness 181 S973
Frederick Crews Freud: the making of an illusion 150.195 C927

Politics & Government
Jared Sexton The people are going to rise like the waters upon your shore: a story of American rage 324.973 S518

Social Sciences & Current Events
Timothy H. Edgar Beyond Snowden: privacy, mass surveillance & the struggle to reform the NSA 342.7308 E231
Al Gore An inconvenient sequel: truth to power: your action handbook to learn the science, find your voice & help solve the climate crisis 363.73 G66t
Adair Lara Hold me close, let me go: a mother, a daughter & an adolescence survived 306.874 L318
Paul Smith Parenting with a story: real-life lessons in character for parents & children to share 306.874 S642
Devorah Baum Feeling Jewish: (a book for just about anyone) 305.892 B347

Travel & Geography
Rachel Howard Secret London: an unusual guide 914.21 H848
Lonely Planet Washington, Oregon & the Pacific Northwest 917.95 L847

Posted on Aug. 31, 2017 by Cherilyn Banson