New Books from Border Library

Week of July 5, 2019

Adult bestsellers:

The Big Kahuna by Janet Evanovich and Peter Evanovich: A Fox and O'Hare novel. FBI agent Kate O'Hare and charming con man Nicolas Fox are hunting for a kidnapped billionaire in Hawaii, their only lead. Posing as a married couple in the big wave surfing community on Maui's North Shore, they hope to get close to the missing man's son.

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The Road Home by Richard Paul Evans: The dramatic conclusion to the riveting Broken Road trilogy, a powerful redemption story about finding happiness on a pilgrimage across America's iconic Route 66.

The 18th Abductionby James Patterson and Maxine Paetro: the new Women's Murder Club novel. The disappearance of three female teachers after an innocent night out becomes very puzzling after they seem to have vanished without a trace.

Adult biography:

Nanaville: adventures in grandparenting by Anna Quindlen

Adult fiction:

The Missing Years by Lexie Elliott: Psychological suspense. “Some doors should stay locked.” Ailsa inherits an eerie old Scottish manor in the misty highlands, actually only half of the house. The other half belongs to a man who disappeared 27 years ago without a trace, her father. She has left London to settle her mother's estate, feeling decidedly unwelcome - even the neighbourhood animals will not enter the gates of the garden.

Adult inspirational:

Two Weeks by Karen Kingsbury: Cole is just months away from going to college, following his dream of a career in medicine. That final semester he meets Elise, the mysterious new girl who is determined to change her wild ways. He falls in love with her.

Adult non-fiction:

A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your Female Ancestors: special strategies for uncovering hard-to-find information about your female lineage by Sharon De Bartolo Carmack

Once More We Saw Stars: a memoir by Jayson Greene

Young adult:

Hot Dog Girl by Jennifer Dugan

Junior easy board book:

Look, There's a Helicopter! by Esther Aarts

Junior fiction:

Bravelands: shifting shadows by Erin Hunter

Junior non-fiction:

Biomass Power by Neil Morris

Food in the Settler Life in Canada series by Anita Yasuda

Junior picture book:

You Are One by Sara O'Leary

The Night Library by David Zeltser

Always With You by Eric Walters

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