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Dixon library stocks up on new reads

Published: Saturday, May 10, 2014 1:15 a.m. CDT

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

Fiction: “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” by Mary Higgins Clark; “Cavendon Hall,” by Barbara T. Bradford; “The Cold Nowhere,” by Brian Freeman; “And the Dark Sacred Night,” by Julia Glass; “The Whole Golden World,” by Kristina Riggle; “Keep Quiet,” by Lisa Scottoline; “The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August,” by Claire North; “The Shadow Queen,” by Sandra Gulland; “Twisted Sisters,” by Jen Lancaster; “The Word Exchange,” by Alena Graedon; “Miss Julia’s Marvelous Makeover,” by Ann B. Ross; “Carnal Curiosity,” by Stuart Woods; “Golden State,” by Michelle Richmond; “Up at Butternut Lake,” by Mary McNear; “Night Diver,” by Elizabeth Lowell; “Bone Deep,” by Randy W. White; “The Target,” by David Baldacci; “Everything to Lose,” by Andrew Gross; “The Collector,” by Nora Roberts; “Under a Silent Moon,” by Elizabeth Haynes; “Chestnut Street,” by Maeve Binchy; “In the Light of What We Know,” by Zia Rahman; “Otherwise Engaged,” by Amanda Quick; “ The Other Story,” by Tatiana de Rosnay; “A Wanted Woman,” by Eric Dickey; “Far Gone,” by Laura Griffin; “No Book But the World,’ by Leah Cohen; “Turn Left at Doheny,” by J.F. Freedman; “All the Birds, Singing,” by Evie Wyld; and “Family Life,” by Akhil Sharma.

Mysteries: “Death of a Policeman,” by M.C. Beaton (large print); “Destroyer Angel,” by Nevada Barr; “By Its Cover,” by Donna Leon; “Death Come Quickly,” by Susan W. Albert; “Murder She Wrote: Aloha Betrayed,” by Jessica Fletcher and Donald Bain; “Waiting for Wednesday,” by Nicci French; “Aunt Dimity and the Wishing Well,” by Nancy Atherton; and “Northanger Abbey,” by Val McDermid.

Christian Fiction: “A Sensible Arrangement,” by Tracie Peterson; “The Last Bride,” by Beverly Lewis; “Woman of Courage,” by Wanda Brunstetter; “The Turning,” by Davis Bunn; “Seasons of Tomorrow,” by Cindy Woodsmall; and “Bridge to Haven,” by Francine Rivers.

Westerns: “Western Colors,” by Zane Grey.

Science Fiction, Fantasy: “The Given Sacrifice,” by S.M. Stirling; “Cauldron of Ghosts,” by David Weber and Eric Flint; and “Burn,” by Julianna Baggott.

Large Print: “Power Play,” by Danielle Steel; “Hometown Sheriff,” by Cheryl St. John; “The Headmaster’s Wife,” by Thomas Greene; “Bad Wolf,” by Nele Neuhaus; “When Shadows Fall,” by J.T. Ellison; “The Museum of Extraordinary Things,” by Alice Hoffman; and “Reflections of Yesterday,” by Debbie Macomber.

The May book group selection is “The Sojourn,” by Andrew Krivak.

Visit dixonpublic or stop at the library for the list of new nonfiction titles.

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