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New titles on the shelves

DIXON – New books have been placed in circulation at Dixon Public Library, 221 S. Hennepin Ave. They are:

Fiction: “Collateral Damage: Stone Barrington No. 25,” by Stuart Woods; “A Killer in the Wind,” by Andrew Klavan; “The Husband List,” by Janet Evanovich and Dorien Kelly; “Empire and Honor: Honor Bound No. 7,” by W.E.B. Griffin and William Butterworth IV; “The Last Runaway,” by Tracy Chevalier; “Dream Eyes: Dark Legacy No. 2,” by Jayne Ann Krentz; “Unusual Uses for Olive Oil,” by Alexander McCall Smith; “Blood Money: Jack Swyteck No. 10,” by James Grippando; “The Kashmir Shawl,” by Rosie Thomas, “The Lighthouse Road,” by Peter Geye; “The Aviator’s Wife,” by Melanie Benjamin; “The One I Lefft Behind,” by Jennifer McMahon; “Private Berlin: Private No. 3,” by James Patterson and Mark Sullivan.

“The Fifth Assassin,” by Brad Meltzer; “The Intercept: Jeremy Fist No. 1,” by Dick Wolf; “Mrs. Kennedy’s Dressmaker,” by Jennifer Chiaverini; “The Third Bullet: Bob Lee Swagger No. 8,” by Stephen Hunter; “Habits of the House,” by Fay Weldon; “The Heat of the Sun,” by David Rain; “1356,” by Bernard Cornwell; “The Wrap of Angels: Charlie Parker No. 11,” by John Connolly.

“The Lawyer’s Lawyer: Jack Tobin No. 3,” by James Sheehan; “Orders from Berlin,” by Simon Tolkien,”White Dog Fell From the Sky,” by Eleanor Morse; “Ratlines,” by Stuart Neville; “The Blood Gospel,” by James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell; “The Testament of Mary,” by Colm Toibin; and “Have You Seen Marie?,” by Sandra Cisneros.

Mysteries: “Mr. Monk Gets Even: Monk No. 15,” by Lee Goldberg; “Kinsey and Me: Stories,” by Sue Grafton; “White Heat,” by MJ McGrath; “Footprints in the Sand: Piper Donovan No. 3,” by Mary Jane Clark; “Fox Tracks: Jane Arnold No. 8,” by Rita Mae Brown; “Salvation of a Saint,” by Keigo Higashino (large print); “A Killing in the Hills,” by Julia Keller (large print); “Not Dead Yet: D.S. Roy Grace No. 8,” by Peter James; “Eleven Pipers Piping,” by C.C. Benison; “Standing in Another Man’s Grave: Inspector Rebus No. 18,” by Ian Rankin; “Suspect,” by Robert Crais; and “Paradise City: Joe Gunther No. 23,” by Archer Mayor (large print).

Christian Fiction: “Path of Freedom: Quilts of Love No. 3,” by Jennifer Taylor.

Science Fiction and Fantasy: “A Memory of Light: Wheel of Time No. 14,” by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson; and “All Fall Down: SuperVolcano No. 2,” by Harry Turtledove.

Westerns: “Sky Blue,” by Max Brand; “Robert B. Parker’s Ironhorse,” by Robert Knott; “A Rocky Mountain Christmas,” by William Johnstone; “Kill the Indian,” by Johnny Boggs; and “Roy and Lillie: A Love Story,” by Loren Estleman.

Nonfiction: “Watercolor Painting,” by Tom Hoffmann; “When God Writes Your Love Story,” by Eric and Leslie Ludy; “A Couple After God’s Own Heart,” by Jim and Elizabeth George; “The Smart Woman’s Guide to Diabetes,” by Amy Mercer; “The Smart Woman’s Guide to Eating Right with Diabetes,” by Amy Mercer; “Great Is His Faithfulness: True Stories to Build Your Faith,” by Rebecca Rhea; “Dr. Ruth’s Guide for the Alzheimer’s Caregiver,” by Dr. Ruth Westheimer; “Fodor’s England, Ireland, Spain, Italy,” 2013 editions; “Lonely Planet – Washington, D.C.;” “Style Me Pretty Weddings,” by Abby Larson; “Facebook for Seniors: QuickSteps,” by Carole Matthews.

“Divorce With Decency: The Complete How-To Handbook,” by Bradley Coates, Esq.; “Befriending Your Ex After Divorce,” by Judith Rabinor, Ph.D.; “Best of Betty Crocker 2013;” “Pillsbury Annual Recipes 2012; “ “Better Homes and Gardens: Annual Recipes 2012;” “Gangster Squad,” by Paul Liberman (large print); “Heaven: My Father’s House,” by Anne Graham Lotz; “Archery: The Ultimate Resource – USA Archery;” “The Smart Guide to Freshwater Fishing,” by Mike Seymour; and “The DASH Diet Weight Loss Solution,” by Marla Heller.

Storey’s Guides to “Training Horses” and “Keeping Honey Bees.” Storey’s Guide to Raising: “Sheep,” “Beef Cattle,” “Meat Goats,” “Dairy Goats,” “Miniature Livestock,” “Ducks,” “Chickens” “Rabbits,” “Poultry,” “Llamas,” “Pigs,” and “Horses.”

“Sewing Solutions,” by Nicole Vasbinder; “Look, Learn and Create: Crochet,” by Deborah Burger; “Embellish Me: Fabric,” by Laurie Wisbrun; “Hubble’s Universe,” by Terence Dickinson; “The Baby Book,” by William, Martha, Robert, and James Sears; “The Knot Complete Guide to Weddings,” by Carley Roney; “The Smart Guide to Bridge,” by Brent Manley; “Animal Hats: Patterns to Knit,” by Vanessa Mooncie.

“Meatless: Vegetarian Recipes,” by Martha Stewart Living; “My Beloved World,” by Sonia Sotomayer; “Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum’s Heart Book: Every Woman’s Guide;” “Cesar Millan’s Short Guide to a Happy Dog,” “Comet’s Tale: How the Dog I Rescued Saved My Life,” by Steven Wolf.

“Torn: Rescuing the Gospel From the Gays vs. Christians Debate,” by Justin Lee; “The King Years: Historic Moments in the Civil Rights Movement,” by Taylor Branch; “Dog Company: The Boys of Pointe du Hoc,” by Patrick O’Donnell; and “Never Goin’ Back: Winning the Weight-loss Battle for Good,” by Al Roker.

Large print: “The Child’s Child,” by Barbara Vine; “The Sleeping Night,” by Barbara Samuel; “The Dog Stars,” by Peter Heller; “Goldberg Variations,” by Susan Isaacs; “The Malice of Fortune,” by Michael Ennis; “Royal Bridesmaids,” by Laurens-Foley-Chase; and “The Double Game,” by Dan Fesperman.

The Library Book Group’s selection of the month is “Clara and Mr. Tiffany,” by Susan Vreeland.

For more information, call 815-284-7261.

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