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New Fiction August 2012


As Fall gets closer, our General Fiction numbers go through the roof! More and more new releases come in each week. Here’s a list of some of what’s new this month:

Sweet Talk
By Julie Garwood

A detective and a lawyer are falling in love… and making a case out of it.

Men At War: The Spymasters
By W.E.B. Griffin

Summer 1943. Two of the Allies’ most important plans for winning World War II are at grave risk—Operation Overlord’s invasion of France, and the Manhattan Project’s race to build the atomic bomb. A furious FDR turns to OSS spy chief Wild Bill Donovan—and Donovan turns to his top agent, Dick Canidy, and his team. They’ve certainly got their work cut out for them.

Off the Grid
By P.J. Tracy

A thwarted assassination attempt on a retired FBI Agent… A teenage girl discovered in a Minneapolis parking lot with her throat slashed… Two young men executed in their own home two block away… Three men savagely murdered in the same neighborhood. What do they all have in common? Homicide detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth are going to find out.

The Age of Desire
By Jennie Fields

For fans of The Paris Wife, a sparkling glimpse into the life of Edith Wharton and the scandalous love affair that threatened her closest friendship

The Black Isle
By Sandi Tan

There are ghosts on the Black Isle.
Ghosts that no one can see.
No one…except Cassandra.

Maximum Ride: Nevermore
By James Patterson

It’s the end of the world. Is it the end of Maximum Ride?

This Is How It Ends
By Kathleen Macmahon

Bruno, an American, has come to Ireland to search for his roots. Addie, an out-of-work architect, is recovering from heartbreak while taking care of her infirm father. When their worlds collide, they experience a connection unlike any they’ve previously felt, but soon a tragedy will test them-and their newfound love-in ways they never imagined possible.

Dearie: The Remarkable Life of Julia Child
By Bob Spitz

Not fiction, we know, but we had to slip it in somewhere because Julia Child is so AMAZING!!

It’s rare for someone to emerge in America who can change our attitudes, our beliefs, and our very culture. It’s even rarer when that someone is a middle-aged, six-foot three-inch woman whose first exposure to an unsuspecting public is cooking an omelet on a hot plate on a local TV station.  And yet, that’s exactly what Julia Child did.  The warble-voiced doyenne of television cookery became an iconic cult figure and joyous rule-breaker as she touched off the food revolution that has gripped America for more than fifty years.

Sentinal
By Mathew Dunn

Valley of Ashes
Cornelia Read

Star Wars X-Wing Mercy Kill
By Aaron Alliston

Caron’s Claw: Book 3 of the Neverwinter Saga
By R.A. Salvatore

In the 3rd book of the #4 New York Times best-selling Neverwinter Saga, Drizzt draws his swords once more to aid his friends. His lover, Dahlia Sin’felle, can speak of nothing but the moment she will face the Netherese lord Herzgo Alegni once again. Drizzt has already followed a trail of vengeance beside Dahlia. Can he justify one more battle to settle a grudge he does not understand? Artemis Entreri too seeks vengeance. He offers to aid Dahlia in her mission to destroy Alegni. But Charon’s Claw, Alegni’s sentient sword, dominates Entreri’s movements—if not his mind. And then there’s the way Entreri looks at Dahlia. Can Drizzt trust his old foe?

Kill You Twice
By Chelsea Cain

A Hundred Flowers
By Gail Tsukiyama

The Inn at Rose Harbor
By Debbie Macomber

The Kingmaker’s Daughter
By Philippa Gregory

Spies, poison, and curses surround her…. Is there anyone she can trust?

In The Kingmaker’s Daughter, #1 New York Times bestselling author Philippa Gregory presents a novel of conspiracy and a fight to the death for love and power at the court of Edward IV of England.

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower (movie cover-paperback)
By Stephen Chbosky

Life Drawing for Beginners (paperback)
By Roisin Meaney

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