New at the Library this week:
New in the library for adult fiction are “The Perfect Mother” by Aimee Molloy, a suspense thriller about a group of new moms, who babies were born the same month, that get together for some fun breaks from their daily routines — until one day one of their babies is kidnapped from his crib, and the resulting hunt to find him that reveals secrets and destroys friendships; “Speak No Evil” by Uzodinma Iweala about a gay teenager of conservative, prominent Washington, D.C. Nigerian parents and his struggles that result when his family finds out; “The American Marriage” by Tayari Jones from the Oprah’s Book Club, about a young married couple whose world is turned upside down when he is sentenced to twelve years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit and she finds solace in her childhood friend and best man at their wedding – can their marriage survive; “The Tattooist of Auschwitz” by Heather Morris, the incredible story of the Auschwitz-Birkenau tattooist, who marked his fellow prisoners, and the woman he loved during World War II; and in large print, “Her Fear” by Shelley Shepard Gray, number five of the Amish of Hart County series.
For adult nonfiction there’s “Slave Stealers: True Accounts of Slave Rescues Then and Now” by Timothy Ballard about the slaves of 1800s in the American South and the human trafficking slaves of 2009 in Haiti; and “Justice Was Swift: Tales of the Old West” by Marlan Hvinden, born in Maddock, North Dakota, is a collection of true stories of the law and the lawless in Western North Dakota during 1867-1910.
For the juniors we have “Ignite the Stars” by Maura Milan. So come on in and check us out.
Lots of new magazines this week: Cooking Light, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, Martha Stewart Living, Parents, Shape, Successful Farming, Time, Mayo Clinic Health Letter, Web MD, Woodworking Crafts, Birds & Blooms, Country Woman, The Family Handyman, Family Tree, Field & Stream, Health, Mother Earth Mews, Outdoor Life and Reader’s Digest.
We have added several donated selections to all areas of our collection in the past few weeks. Thanks to those that think of us with the books that they no longer use.