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Books arrive at library

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

They are:

Fiction: “The One and Only,” by Emily Giffin; “The Lincoln Myth,” by Steve Berry; “Sniper’s Honor,” by Stephen Hunter; “Resistant,” by Michael Palmer; “The Glass Wives,” by Amy Nathan; “The Explanation for Everything,” by Lauren Grodstein; “Ghost Ship,” by Clive Cussler; “Sundance,” by David Fuller; “The Secret Life of Violet Grant,” by Beatriz Williams; “Suspicion,” by Joseph Finder; “Shovel Ready,” by Adam Sternbergh; “Empire Girls,” by Suzanne Hayes and Loretta Nyhan; “In the Morning I’ll Be Gone,” by Adrian McKinty; “Mr. Mercedes,” by Stephen King; “A Shiver of Light,” by Laurell Hamilton; “Those Who Wish Me Dead,” by Michael Koryta; “The Director,” by David Ignatius; “China Dolls,” by Lisa See; “The Hurricane Sisters,” by Dorothea Frank; “Save the Date,” by Mary Kay Andrews; “The Farm,” by Tom Smith; “Midnight in Europe,” by Alan Furst; “The Smoke at Dawn,” by Jeff Shaara; “Summer House with Swimming Pool,” by Herman Koch; “Problems with People,” by David Guterson; “The Book of Unknown Americans,” by Cristina Henriquez; “Written in My Own Heart’s Blood,” by Diana Gabaldon; “The Matchmaker,” by Elin Hilderbrand; “The Lost,” by Sarah Durst; “Stormy Persuasion,” by Johanna Lindsey; and “Vertigo 42,” by Martha Grimes.

Mysteries: “Death of a Dyer” and “A Simple Murder,” by Eleanor Kuhns, and “The Stranger You Know,” by Jane Casey.

Christian Fiction: “The Heart’s Pursuit,” by Robin Lee Hatcher; “Full Steam Ahead,” by Karen Witemeyer; “Seeing Your Face Again,” by Jerry Eicher; “Unforeseeable,” by Nancy Mehl; and “Rival Hearts,” by Tara Randel.

Westerns: “Law Comes to Lawless,” by Ray Hogan, and “Men of Violence,” by Bill Brooks.

Science Fiction, Fantasy: “Skin Game,” by Jim Butcher and “Earth Awakens,” by Orson S. Card.

Large Print: “Murder and Moonshine,” by Carol Miller; “On Such a Full Sea,” by Chang-Rae Lee; “Under the Wide and Starry Sky,” by Nancy Horan; “Cockroaches,” by Jo Nesbo; “Eliot Ness,” by Douglas Perry; “The Collector of Dying Breaths,” by M.J. Rose; “Walking on Water,” by Richard Evans; “The Painter,” by Peter Heller; “Under a Summer Sky,” by Nan Rossiter; “Unlucky 13,” by James Patterson; “Four Friends,” by Robyn Carr; “Notorious,” by Allison Brennan; “The Lincoln Myth,” by Steve Berry; “The Son,” by Jo Nesbo; “The Skin Collector,” by Jeffery Deaver; “Girl Missing,” by Tess Gerritsen; “Murder on the Hoof,” by Kathryn O’Sullivan; and “Search the Dark,” by Marta Perry

The book group selection for July is “Jonathan Livingston Seagull,” by Richard Bach.

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

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