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Dixon library offers new reads

Published: Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013 1:15 a.m. CST

DIXON – New books have arrived at Dixon Public Library, 221 S. Hennepin Ave.

Fiction includes “Kiss Me First,” by Lottie Moggach; “Ghosts of Bungo Suido,” by P.T. Deutermann; “Letters from Skye,” by Jessica Brockmole; “The Last Witness,” by W.E.B. Griffin; “Mistress,” by James Patterson, David Ellis; “Justice for Sara,” by Erica Spindler; “Hotshot,” by Julie Garwood; “The Rathbones,” by Janice Clark; “Queen’s Gambit,” by Elizabeth Fremantle; “Rose Harbor in Bloom,” by Debbie Macomber; “Tragic,” by Robert Tanenbaum; “The Beast,” by Faye Kellerman; “The Cuckoo’s Calling,” by Robert Galbraith; “Let Me Go,” by Chelsea Cain; “It Happens in the Dark,” by Carol O’Connell; “Sweet Thunder,” by Ivan Doig; “The Daughters of Mars,” by Thomas Keneally; “Where’d You Go, Bernadette,” by Maria Semple; “The Prayer Box,” by Lisa Wingate; “Human Remains,” by Elizabeth Haynes; “Compound Fractures,” by Stephen White,“Tell No Lies,” by Gregg Hurwitz; “The Bone Season” by Samantha Shannon; “The Girl You Left Behind,” by Jo Jo Moyes; “The Never List,” by Koethi Zan; “Shorecliff,” by Ursula DeYoung; “Hell or Richmond,” by Ralph Peters; “DeClan’s Cross,” by Carla Neggers; and “The Returned,” by Jason Mott.

Mysteries include “Kind of Cruel,” by Sophie Hannah; “A Tap on the Window,” by “Linwood Barclay; “Bad Blood,” by Arne Dahl; “Tamarack County,” by William K. Krueger; “Blind Justice,” by Anne Perry; “How the Light Gets In,” by Louise Penny; and “Bones of the Lost,” by Kathy Reichs.

Christian fiction includes “Prairie Song,” by Mona Hodgson; “Harvest of Gold,” by Tessa Afshar; “Pattern for Romance,” by Carla Gade; “Wake the Dawn,” by Lauraine Snelling; and “I, Saul,” by Jerry Jenkins and James MacDonald.

Science fiction, fantasy includes “Ender’s Game,” by Orson Scott Card; “The Companions,” by R.A. Salvatore; and “The Third Kingdom,” by Terry Goodkind.

Large print includes “A Treacherous Paradise,” by Henning Mankell; “Currant Creek Valley,” by Rae Anne Thayne; “Island Girls,” by Nancy Thayer; “The Week Before the Wedding,” by Beth Kendrick; “Little Green,” by Walter Mosley; “Chose the Wrong Guy, Gave Him the Wrong Finger,” by Beth Harbison, “The Ninth Girl,” by Tami Hoag; “A Tale for the Time Being,” by Ruth Ozeki; “Flora,” by Gail Godwin; “Tragic,” by Robert Tanenbaum; ‘Red Sparrow,” by Jason Matthews; and “The Good Nurse: A True Story of Medicine, Madness and Murder,” by Charles Graeber.

The book group selection for September is “Beneath the Lion’s Gaze,” by Maaza Mengiste.

Go to www.dixonpubliclibrary.org for more information.

 

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