Saturday, September 28, 2013

In The Queue

Here are some new titles that you are sure to love!

New Fiction Novels

The Darling Dahlias and the Texas Star by Susan Wittig Albert
When Lily Dare is threatened and her plane sabotaged, the Darling Dahlias race to the rescue.

Maddaddam: A Novel by Margaret Atwood
Margaret Atwood combines adventure, humor, romance and superb storytelling to dramatically conclude her dystopian trilogy.

Something Borrowed, Someone Dead: An Agatha Raisin Mystery by M.C. Beaton
Gloria French has a nasty habit of borrowing things and not returning them. Now she is dead and Agatha Raisin is hired to track down her murderer.

Signature of All Things: A Novel by Elizabeth Gilbert
An enthralling story of love, adventure and discovery.

Burial Rites: A Novel by Hannah Kent
A brilliant literary debut novel which is inspired by a true story. Agnes stands accused of the brutal murder of her former master. She is sent to an isolated Icelandic farm to await her execution. How can she hope to endure when her life depens upon the stories told by others?

Beloved Enemy: A Jack McClure Novel by Eric Lustbader
The stunning follow up to "Father Night", where Jack McClure faces a choice: help the woman he loves or destroy her as the enemy she is.

On King's Mountain: A Ballad Novel by Sharyn McCrumb
John Sevier did not take much interest in the American Revolution, he was too busy fighting Indians and taming the wilderness. But when an arrogant British officer threatens his settlement-promising to burn the farms and kill the families the war becomes personal.

Someone: a Novel by Alice McDermott
A fully realized portrait of one woman's life. Her ordinary life becomes extraordinary as her heart is revealed during her defeats and triumphs. It's a bittersweet story you will love. 

New Non-Fiction

Wilson by A. Scott Berg
An intimate portrait of Wilson's life accomplishments, and failings. This story gives tribute to Wilson the man, not just Wilson the icon.

One Summer: America, 1927 by Bill Bryson
A fascinating and gripping narrative that features American heroes, Charles Lindbergh, Babe Ruth, Herbert Hoover and a gallery of criminals, eccentrics and politicians.

Killing Jesus: A History by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard
This nonfiction work takes readers inside Jesus' life, recounting the seismic political and historical events that made his death inevitable and changed the world forever.

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