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New reads land on library shelves

Published: Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014 1:15 a.m. CST

DIXON – The following books have arrived at Dixon Public Library, 221 S. Hennepin Ave:

Fiction: “Morning Glory,” by Sarah Jio; “Good Kings, Bad Kings,” by Susan Nussbaum; “The Pieces We Keep,” by Kristina McMorris; “Innocence,” by Dean Koontz; “Hunted,” by Karen Robards; “Command Authority,” by Tom Clancy; “The Walls of Jericho,” by Jack Ford; “The Dying Hours,” by Mark Billingham; “The Housemaid’s Daughter,” by Barbara Mutch; “Bellman & Black,” by Diane Setterfield; “Snapper,” by Brian Kimberling; “Amy Falls Down,” by Jincy Willett; “Hazardous Duty,” by W.E.B. Griffin; “The Death Trade,” by Jack Higgins; “Americanah,” by Chimamanda Adichie; “The Bourne Retribution,” by Eric V. Lustbader; and “The Gods of Guilt,” by Michael Connelly.

Mysteries: “The Last Policeman” and “Countdown City,” both by Ben Winters, and “Shadow of the Alchemist,” by Jeri Westerson.

Christian fiction: “The Promise,” by Dan Walsh and Gary Smalley, and “The Pieces of Summer,” by Wanda Brunstetter (large print).

Westerns: (all in large print): “Stagecoach,” by Max Brand; “Greasy Grass,” by Johnny Boggs; “Black Mesa,” by Ralph Cotton; “Day of the Wolf,” by Charles West; and “A Big Sky Christmas,” by William Johnstone.

Large print: “Willowleaf  Lane,” by RaeAnne Thayne; “Storm Front,” by John Sandford; “Ready to Die,” by Lisa Jackson; “The Perfect Match,” by Kirstan Higgins; “Fallen Women,” by Sandra Dallas; “Candlelight Christmas,” by Susan Wiggs; “My Education,” by Susan Choi; “The Humans,” by Matt Haig; “The Gods of Guilt,” by Michael Connelly; “King and Maxwell,” by David Baldacci; “Cross My Heart,” by James Patterson; “The Bourne Retribution,” by Eric V. Lustbader; “The Doll,” by Taylor Stevens; and “Holy Orders,” by Benjamin Black.

January book group selection: “The Buddha in the Attic,” by Julie Otsuka.

Go to www.dixonpubliclibrary.org for more information.

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