New at the Library this week:
New in the library for adult fiction “The 13-Minute Murder” by James Patterson – 3 novellas: “Dead Man Running”, “113 Minutes”, “The 13-Minute Murder”; and “The Fall of Crazy House” by James Patterson; “Boy Swallows Universe” by Trent Dalton; and in Christian fiction there’s “The Memory House” by Rachel Hauck; and the first five books in the Amish Classic series by Sarah Price that retell the novels by Jane Austen in a contemporary Amish setting – where the main storylines are accurately followed but told within the Amish culture and religion: “First Impressions”, “The Matchmaker”, “Second Chances”, “Sense and Sensibility”, and “Mount Hope”. North Dakota fiction includes “North Dakota Weddings: Three-in-One Collection” by Elizabeth Goddard; and “Captain Grant March: the Greatest Steamboatman in History” by Kevin Kremer.
Adult nonfiction includes “Mold: the War Within” by Kurt & Lee Ann Billings; “The Autoimmune Protocol Made Simple Cookbook: Start Healing Your Body and Reversing Chronic Illness Today with 100 Delicious Recipes” by Sophie Van Tiggelen; “Medical Medium Liver Rescue” by Anthony William; “The World in a Grain: the Story of Sand and How it Transformed Civilization” by Vince Beiser; “Principles” by Ray Dalio; and “First on the Moon: the Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Experience” by Rod Pyle full of stunning photographs; the biography “Young Washington: How Wilderness and War Forged America’s Founding Father” by Peter Stark; and the autobiography “Abused: Surviving Sexual Assault and a Toxic Gymnastics Culture” by Rachel Haines.
North Dakota nonfiction includes “Operation Snowbound: Life Behind the Blizzards of 1949” by David W. Mills; and the North Dakota biography “Sondre Norheim: the Father of Modern Skiing” by Anne-Gry Blikom.
In young adult we have “On the Come Up” by Angie Thomas; and “One Hundred Years of Solitude” by Gabriel Marquez.