New Titles

May 25, 2015 – May 29, 2015

Adult Fiction
“Beach Town” by Mary Kay Andrews
“Death Wears a Beauty Mask” by Mary Higgins Clark
“Eighth Grave After Dark” by Darynda Jones
“The Forgotten Room” by Lincoln Child
“The Guest Cottage” by Nancy Thayer
“The Harvest Man” by Alex Grecian
“Inside the O’Briens” by Lisa Genova
“Lacy Eye” by Jessica Treadway
“Ming Tea Murder” by Laura Childs
“Night Night, Sleep Tight” by Hallie Ephron
“Perfect Match” by Fern Michaels
“The Queen of the Tearling” by Erika Johansen
“The Secrets of Midwives” by Sally Hepworth

Adult Nonfiction
“17 Carnations: The Royals, the Nazis, and the Biggest Cover-Up in History” by Andrew Morton
“After the Dance: My Life With Marvin Gaye” by Jan Gaye
“Bettyville: A Memoir” by George Hodgman
“Discover France” by Lonely Planet
“Eyewitness Travel: New Orleans” by Eyewitness Travel
“Spring Chicken: Stay Young Forever (Or Die Trying)” by Bill Gifford
“Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be: An Antidote to the College Admissions Mania” by Frank Bruni

Young Adult Books
“Everneath” by Brodi Ashton
“Snakeroot” by Andrea Cremer

Children’s Books
“Aqualicious” by Victoria Kann
“Baby Swap” by Jan Ormerod
“Bookmarks Are People Too” by Henry Winkler
“Dinosaur vs. Mommy” by Bob Shea

“At the Water's Edge” by Sara Gruen
“Blood on Snow” by Jo Nesbo
“Emma: A Modern Retelling” by Alexander Mccall Smith
“Miracle at Augusta” by James Patterson
“The Patriot Threat” by Steve Berry
“Someone Is Watching” by Joy Fielding
“You Can, You Will: 8 Undeniable Qualities of a Winner” by Joel Osteen

“American Sniper”
“Still Alice”

May 18, 2015 – May 22, 2015
Adult Fiction

“Alpine Zen” by Mary Daheim
“And Sometimes I Wonder About You” by Walter Mosley
“The Art of Baking Blind” by Sarah Vaughan
“Bittersweet” by Susan Wittig Albert
“Blood on Snow” by Jo Nesbo
“A Desperate Fortune” by Susanna Kearsley
“Disclaimer” by Renee Knight
“God Help the Child” by Toni Morrison
“How to Start a Fire” by Lisa Lutz

Adult Nonfiction
“Eyewitness Travel Family Guide: Florida” by Eyewitness Travel
“Future Crimes: Everything is Connected, Everyone is Vulnerable, and What We Can Do About It” by Marc Goodman
“The History of Fort Ocracoke in Pamlico Sound” by Robert K. Smith
“The Hungry Girl Diet Cookbook: Healthy Recipes for Mix-n-Match Meals and Snacks” by Lisa Lillien
“The Industrial Revolution in World History” by Peter N. Stearns
“Insight Guides: Peru” by Rachel Lawrence
“Joan of Arc: A History” by Helen Castor
“Stubborn Fat Gone: Discover Think Fit to Turn Off Stress and Lose 1.5 Pounds Every Day” by Jorge Cruise
“Student Handbook to Psychology: Methods and Measurements” by Bernard C. Beins

Young Adult Books
“Burning Kingdoms” by Lauren DeStefano
“The Chaos of Stars” by Kiersten White
“Eyes Wide Open: Going Behind the Environmental Headlines” by Paul Fleischman
“Fairest: Levana’s Story” by Marissa Meyer
“Rise” by Andrea Cremer
“Stick Sketch School: Mastering the Art of the Stick Figure” by Billy Attinger and Rachel Kochackis

“14th Deadly Sin” by James Patterson
“The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer
“The First Wife” by Erica Spindler
“How We Got To Now: Six Innovations That Made the Modern World” by Steven Johnson
“Liar Temptress Soldier Spy: Four Women Undercover in the Civil War” by Karen Abbott
“Living Courageously: You Can Face Anything, Just Do It Afraid” by Joyce Meyer
“My Sunshine Away” by M.O. Walsh
“NYPD Red 3” by James Patterson
“You Can You Will: 8 Undeniable Qualities of a Winner” by Joel Osteen

“The Cavendon Women” by Barbara Taylor Bradford
“A Faith of Her Own” by Kathleen Fuller
“H is for Hawk” by Helen Macdonald
“Leaving Before the Rains Come” by Alexandra Fuller
“Trigger Warning” by Neil Gaiman
“Yes Please” by Amy Poehler