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New Titles for the Week of November 7


Jonathan Carroll Bathing the Lion
Christopher Galt Biblical
Eliza Granville Gretel & the dark
Santa Montefiore Secrets of the lighthouse
Jason Mott The wonder of all things
Chuck Palahniuk Beautiful you

Historical Fiction
Philip Freeman Saint Brigid's bones: a Celtic adventure

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Sandra Brown Mean streak
Conor Fitzgerald Bitter remedy
Conor Fitzgerald The memory key
Helen Giltrow The distance
John Grisham Gray Mountain
Carolyn Hart Ghost wanted
Patricia Highsmith Strangers on a train
Craig Johnson Wait for signs: twelve Longmire stories
Jonathan Kellerman The Golem of Hollywood
Dennis Lehane The drop
James Naughtie The madness of July
Tony Park The Delta
Tony Parsons The murder man
Lev Raphael Assault with a deadly lie: a Nick Hoffman novel of suspense
James Rollins The 6th Extinction: a Sigma Force novel
Urban Waite Sometimes the wolf
S. Craig Zahler Mean Business on North Ganson Street

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror
Peter F. Hamilton The abyss beyond dreams

Comic Books, Graphic Novels & Comic Strips
Rick Remender Black Science. Volume 1, How to fall forever 741.5 B627

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Applied Sciences
Larry R. Squire Memory: from mind to molecules 612.82 S774

Arts, Architecture & Crafts
Thomas Dumm My father's house: on Will Barnet's paintings 759.13 B261
Richard Misrach Destroy this memory 779 M678d
Anne Sinclair My grandfather's gallery: a family memoir of art & war 709.2 S616
Ossian Ward Ways of looking: how to experience contemporary art 709.05 W256

Biography & Genealogy
Richard W. Etulain The life & legends of Calamity Jane 92 C141
Bettina Stangneth Eichmann before Jerusalem: the unexamined life of a mass murderer 92 E343s
John S.D. Eisenhower American general: the life & times of William Tecumseh Sherman 92 S553e

Books, Reading, Publishing, Journalism, Library & Information Science
The librarian stereotype: deconstructing perceptions & presentations of information work 020.92 L697p

Business & Economics
Gary S. Cross Packaged pleasures: how technology & marketing revolutionized desire 658.8 C951
David E. O'Connor Deciphering economics: timely topics explained 330 O183
Helaine Olen Pound foolish: exposing the dark side of the personal finance industry 332.024 O455

Computer Science
Final Cut Express 4 005.3 A257b

Food & Drink
Tony Magee So you want to start a brewery?: the Lagunitas story 338.766 M191
Diane Morgan Roots: the definitive compendium with more than 225 recipes 641.65 M847

After empire: towards an ethnology of Europe's barbarians 940.1 A258
Susan Bordo The creation of Anne Boleyn: a new look at England's most notorious Queen 942.05 B729
Reese Erlich Inside Syria: the backstory of their civil war & what the world can expect 956.91 E69
Neil Foley Mexicans in the making of America 973.0468 F663
Gregg Herken The Georgetown set: the establishment elite who waged--and won--the Cold War 975.3 H548
Harold Holzer Lincoln & the power of the press: the war for public opinion 973.71 H762
Samuel Hynes The unsubstantial air: American fliers in the First World War 940.44 H997
Edward J. Larson The return of George Washington: 1783-1789 973.4 L334
Alexander Lee The ugly Renaissance: sex, greed, violence & depravity in an age of beauty 945.05 L477
Henrik O. Lunde A warrior dynasty: the rise & fall of Sweden as a military superpower, 1611-1721 948.5 L962
Brian Moynahan Leningrad: siege & symphony 940.542 M938
Geoffrey C. Ward The war: an intimate history, 1941-1945 940.5373 W256
Alexander Watson Ring of steel: Germany & Austria-Hungary in World War I 940.414 W337

Home & Family Management
Susan Sachs Lipman Fed up with frenzy: slow parenting in a fast-moving world 649.1 L764

Literature & Writing
Bohemians, bootleggers, flappers & swells: the best of early Vanity fair 810.8 B676
Steven Pinker The sense of style: the thinking person's guide to writing in the 21st century 808.04 P655

Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Anthony D. Barnosky Dodging extinction: power, food, money & the future of life on Earth 576.84 B262
Michele Raffin The birds of Pandemonium: life among the exotic & the endangered 639.97 R137
Tom Shachtman Gentlemen scientists & revolutionaries: the Founding Fathers in the Age of Enlightenment 509.2 S524

Performing Arts & Music
Maureen Callahan Champagne supernovas: Kate Moss, Marc Jacobs, Alexander McQueen & the '90s renegades who remade fashion 746.9 C156

Philosophy, Psychology & Religion
Darlene Cohen Turning suffering inside out: a Zen approach to living with physical & emotional pain 294.34 C678
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Lectures on the history of philosophy 109 H4622
Jo Piazza If nuns ruled the world: ten sisters on a mission 255 P584

Politics & Government
William M. LeoGrande Back channel to Cuba: the hidden history of negotiations between Washington & Havana 327.73 L578

Social Sciences & Current Events
Bob Herbert Losing our way: an intimate portrait of a troubled America 305.55 H536
Lucy Worsley The art of the English murder 364.152 W931

Sports & Games
Erin Beresini Off course: inside the mad, muddy world of obstacle course racing 796.426 B491
Nicholas Romanov The running revolution: how to run faster, farther & injury-free -- for life 796.42 R759

Travel & Geography
Alec Wilkinson The happiest man in the world: an account of the life of Poppa Neutrino 910.92 N497

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Because of Winn-Dixie

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Hung. The complete first season

Mystery, Suspense, Espionage & Intrigue
Agatha Christie's Poirot. Series 1
Masterpiece theatre. Death comes to Pemberley

Posted on Nov. 12, 2014 by Sarah Cruz