As a new feature on the Library blog, we’d like to keep you (the readers) on the up-and-up about all the new bestsellers you can expect to find at the library in the months ahead.
Coming in August:
206 Bones by Kathy Reichs
Forensic anthropologist Tempe Brennan finds herself accused of botching an autopsy and a criminal case in the new installment of the popular Bones series.
Alex Cross’s Trial by James Patterson
In this departure from the typical Alex Cross story, the detective takes a back seat to the tale of his family’s fight against racism in 1906 Mississippi.
Best Friends Forever by Jennifer Weiner
The queen of chick-lit returns with a novel of estranged high school friends Addie and Valerie who meet again as adults in the wake of a tragedy.
The Deep Blue Sea for Beginners by Luanne Rice
Spinning off from the novel The Geometry of Sisters, Pell Davis journeys to the isle of Capri to reconnect with her long-lost mother.
Smash Cut by Sandra Brown
Dazzling defense attorney Derek Mitchell is hired to defend the nephew of a powerful CEO for his uncle’s murder.
Reserve these and many more today!
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