New Books at the Library

Adult bestseller:

Glitter Bomb by Laura Childs: The latest New Orleans Scrapbooking mystery. Carmela, a scrapbook shop owner, is excited when Mardi Gras begins with the parade. A week full of quality time with her boyfriend and special events. She sees her ex-husband and his group heading up the parade on their gigantic King Neptune float. But when his float crashes and explodes, all thoughts of revelry are gone. The CEO of a local hedge fund is a victim and when it comes out that Shamus made a bad investment in Wilder's fund, he asks Carmela to help him out.

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The Clockmaker's Daughter by Kate Morton: 1862. A group of young artists led by charismatic, talented Edward Radcliffe, decides to spend a month at Birchwood Manor on the banks of the Upper Thames. By the end of the month, something has happened to two of the women, a priceless heirloom is missing and Edward's life is in ruins. Over 150 years later, Elodie Winslow, a young London archivist, finds a leather satchel with two items: a sepia photograph of a beautiful young woman in Victorian clothing and an artist's sketchbook with a drawing of a twin-gabled house on the bend of a river. The house, Birchwood Manor, feels so familiar to Elodie, why? And who is the woman in the photograph?

Holy Ghost by John Sandford: A Virgil Flowers novel. Wheatfield, Minnesota with a population of 600 and a man campaigning to be mayor with the slogan, "I'll do what I can". He and a buddy think that something dramatic would draw thousands of pilgrims to town who would need food, shelter and other items, and - well, that would put their place on the map and make many of them richer.

Adult inspirational:

The Firelight Girls by Kaya McLaren: Summers that are spent at camp remain fondly in memories. Ethel, the former camp director, faces change as the closure of the camp she has called home, looms. The four women learn that a homeless teen has been hiding at the camp. All four realize that the camp represents survival and search for a way to save it and keep it going.

Adult large print western:

A Ranger Called Solitary by Barry Cord

Adult non-fiction:

 

Erebus: one ship, two epic voyages, and the greatest naval mystery of all time by Michael Palin

Young adult:

Here to Stay by Sara Farizan

Junior fiction:

The Last Wish of Sasha Cade by Cheyanne Young

Junior picture book:

When I Grow Up by Julie Chen

Over at the Rink: a hockey counting book by Stella Partheniou Grasso

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