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New books hit the shelves

Published: Saturday, May 11, 2013 1:15 a.m. CDT

DIXON - The library book group selection for May is “My Enemy’s Cradle,” by Sara Young. The book is available at Dixon Public Library, 221 S. Hennepin Ave.

New books at the library are:


“And Then I Found You,” by Patti Callahan Henry; “There Was an Old Woman,” by Hallie Ephron; “Don’t Go,” by Lisa Scottoline; “Tapestry of Fortunes,” by Elizabeth Berg; “Sleight of Hand,” by Phillip Margolin; “Unintended Consequences: Stone Barrington No. 26,” by Stuart Woods; “Reconstructing Amelia,” by Kimberly McCreight; “Sidney Sheldon’s The Tides of Memory,” by Tilly Bagshawe; “Daddy’s Gone A Hunting,” by Mary Higgins Clark.

“The Interestings,” by Meg Wolitzer; “Dangerous Refuge,” by Elizabeth Lowell; “The Drowning,” by Camilla Lackberg; “Whiskey Beach,” by Nora Roberts; “The Famous and the Dead: Charlie Hood No. 6,” by T. Jefferson Parker; “Taking Eve: Eve Duncan No. 13,” by Iris Johansen.

“Secrets from the Past,” by Barbara Taylor Bradford; “The Secret of Happy Ever After,” by Lucy Dillon; “The Hit: Will Robie No. 2,” by David Baldacci; “Fly Away,” by Kristin Hannah; “Paris,” by Edward Rutherfurd; “Wedding Night,” by Sophie Kinsella; “12th of Never: Women’s Murder Club No. 12,” by James Patterson; “The Apple Orchard,” by Susan Wiggs; and “Maya’s Notebook,” by Isabel Allende.


“Bad Blood: Kate Shugak No. 20,” by Dana Stabenow (large print); “Midnight at Marble Arch: Thomas Pitt No. 28,” by Anne Perry; “Lifetime: Annika Bengtzon No. 7,” by Liza Marklund; and “Aunt Dimity and the Lost Prince: Aunt Dimity No. 18,” by Nancy Atherton.

Science fiction, fantasy

“Fuse: Pure Trilogy No. 2,” by Julianna Baggott.


“Warman’s Antiques & Collectibles 2014,” by Noah Fleisher; “Why Knot? How to Tie More Than 60 Knots,” by Philippe Petit.

“Carrie and Me: A Mother-Daughter Love Story,” by Carol Burnett; “Stargazing for Dummies,” by Steve Owens; “A Hospice Guide Book,” by Dr. Curtis Smith; “The Gardener’s Guide to Common-Sense Pest Control,” by Olkowski-Daar; “Genetics for Dummies,” by Tara Robinson.

“Backyard Foraging: 65 Familiar Plants You Could Eat,” by Ellen Zachos; “Crochet One-Skein Wonders,” edited by Judith Durant and Edie Eckman; “100 Places That Can Change Your Child’s Life,” by Keith Bellows; “The Bible Handbook of Difficult Verses,” by Josh and Sean McDowell; “National Geographic – Secrets of the National Parks.”

“500 Fun Little Toys to Crochet, Knit, Felt and Sew,” by Nguyen Le; “The World Will Follow Joy: Turning Madness Into Flowers,” by Alice Walker; “Across That Bridge: Life Lessons and a Vision for Change,” by John Lewis; “The Key is Love: My Mother’s Wisdom, a Daughter’s Gratitude,” by Marie Osmond.

“The Best of the Best American Poetry,” by Robert Pinsky & David Lehman, editors.

“The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth,” by John Maxwell; “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls: Essays, etc.,” by David Sedaris; “The Run-Walk-Run Method,” by Jeff Galloway; “1001 Secrets Every Birder Should Know,” by Sharon Stiteler; and “The Great Pearl Heist,” by Molly Crosby.

Large print

“The Andalucian Friend,” by Alexander Soderberg; “The Storyteller,” by Jodi Picoult; “Snow White Must Die,” by Nele Neuhaus; “Sea Glass Summer,” by Dorothy Cannell; “Dawn of the Morning,” by Grace Livingston Hill; “Ru,” by Kim Thuy; “She Loves Me Not: New and Selected Stories,” by Ron Hansen; “The Right Hand,” by Derek Haas; and “Angelopolis,” by Danielle Trussoni.

For more information, call 815-284-7261.

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