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Wednesday, July 17, 2013 • Posted July 17, 2013

NEW ARRIVALS: (All quotes are from publishers’ summaries)

It seems quieter around the library this week. The summer reading programs ended last Thursday, singer Joe McDermott came, and round-up weekend is over. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have exciting things still to come. Mark your calendars for August 9th to see Dinosaur George. His program will be an evening event starting at 6:30 P.M., and it is for all ages. I’ll have more details soon, so keep watching this column and the paper in the weeks to come.

Audiobooks:

NYPD Red by James Patterson (CD F PAT)

Battlefield of the Mind by Joyce Meyer (CD F MEY)

Non-fiction:

The Everyday Life Bible featuring notes and commentary by Joyce Meyer (220.5 MEY)

The Guns at Last Light: The War in Western Europe, 1944-1945 by Rick Atkinson (940.54 ATK Vol.3)

YA/JR Fiction:

Blizzard of the Blue Moon: Magic Tree House #36 by

The Adventures of Super Diaper Baby by George Beard and Harold Hutchins (JF BEA Dia.1)

The Haunted Bridge by Carolyn Keene (JF KEE #15)

The Maze Runner by James Dashner (JF DAS Kil.1)

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (YA ZUS)

Spanish:

Hush, Hush vi Becca Fitzpatrick & Traducción de Pablo M. Migliozzi (S FIT Hus.1)

Inferno vi Dan Brown (S BRO)

Fiction:

Ladies’ Night by Mary Kay Andrews (F AND)

“Grace Stanton’s life as a rising media star and beloved lifestyle blogger takes a surprising turn when she catches her husband cheating and torpedoes his sports car into the pool. She finds herself locked out of her palatial home, checking account, and eve her blog.”

Choke Point by Ridley Pearson (F PEA Risk.2)

“When an award-winning foreign journalist reveals the existence of an Amsterdam-based sweatshop that employs and enslaves young girls, private security firm Rutherford Risk is hired by a philanthropist to find it and shut it down.”

The Time Between by Karen White (F WHI)

“Eleanor Murray lives with the guilt she feels over the accident that put her sister in a wheelchair—and the feelings she harbors for her sister’s husband. Her boss offers her a job caring for his elderly aunt on Edisto Island where her fondest memories of her father were formed. Then Eleanor learns the truth about Helena and her sister’s past—secrets that will help seal her relationship with her own sister.”

The Best Revenge by Stephen White (F WHI)

“Psychologist Alan Gregory has two new patients who will dare him to enter a storm of injustice and revenge. FBI special agent Kelda James has a secret pain that is gradually crippling her body. Tom Clone was on death row for crime he didn’t commit, and Kelda had found evidence to set him free. With both Kelda and Tom telling him their innermost secrets, Alan becomes the one person who can solve the murders of two women.”

About Face by Donna Leon (F LEO Bru.18)

“Burnetti’s fascination with an intriguing woman plunges him into an abyss of large-scale environmental crimes and political corruption.”

To Hell or the Pecos by Patrick Dearen (F DEA)

“Three men haunted by the past. . .a girl haunted by the present. . .and all four on a collision course for Horsehead Crossing on the Pecos River, a place synonymous with hell in 1886.”

The Last Refuge by Ben Coes (F COE Dew.3)

“Israeli Special Forces commander Kohl Meir is captured by operatives of the Iranian secret service, who smuggle Meir back to Iran, where he is imprisoned, tortured, and prepared for a show trial. Dewey Andreas, a former Army Ranger and Delta, owes his life to Meir, and to repay his debt, he will attempt to rescue Meir and to find and eliminate Iran’s nuclear bomb before it’s deployed.”

Colter’s Daughter by Maya Banks (F BAN Col.4)

“Max Wilder and Callie Colter were once a perfect storm of desire. Then he disappeared without a word. The betrayal drove her home to lick her wounds. Who knew he’d have the gall to show his face in her brother’s bar.”

The Witness by Dee Henderson (F HEN)

“Amy Griffin is on the run. Eight years ago she disappeared after witnessing a terrible crime. Now her family thinks she’s dead, but she’s back in town . . . desperate to find a way to protect the ones she loves.”

The Patron Saint of Lost Dogs by Nick Trout (F TRO)

“A delightful, endearing, and frequently hilarious story of a man who lost his way and found it again through a plate of meatloaf, a frigid Vermont winter, and a pair of partially digested, oversized red silk boxer shorts. This novel reminds us of the truth hidden away in our hearts: loving our animals is a sure way to heal our souls.”—Garth Stein

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