New books at Dixon Public Library

New books at Dixon Public Library
10 Jul

DIXON – Members of the Literary Merits group at Dixon Public Library, 221 S. Hennepin Ave., will read “Beneath the Scarlet Sky,” by Mark Sullivan this month.

The Orbital Book Group will read “Written in Red,” by Anne Bishop; and Mysteries@Six members will read “Plantation Shudders,” by Ellen Byron.

Among the new titles are:

Fiction: “The President is Missing,” by James Patterson and Bill Clinton; “Turbulence,” by Stuart Woods; “The Hellfire Club,” by Jake Tapper; “Greeks Bearing Gifts,” by Philip Kerr; “The High Season,” by Judy Blundell; “The Mars Room,” by Rachel Kushner; “How To Walk Away,” by Katherine Center; “The House Swap,” by Rebecca Fleet; “A Merciful Silence,” by Kendra Elliot; “The Unknowns,” by Patrick K. O’Donnell; “A Million Drops,” by Victor Del Arbol; “The Moscow Offensive” by Dale Brown; “Motherhood,” by Sheila Heti; “My Ex-Life,” by Stephen McCauley; “The Only Story,” by Julian Barnes; “The Patchwork Bride,” by Sandra Dallas; “The Queen’s Embroiderer,” by Joan DeJean

Mystery: “Playing with Bonbon Fire,” by Dorothy St. James; “Sidney Chambers and the Dangers of Temptation,” by James Runcie; “As the Christmas Cookie Crumbles,” by Leslie Budewitz

Christian-inspirational fiction: “The Hawaiian Discovery,” by Wanda Brunstetter; “The Orphan’s Wish,” by Melanie Dickerson

Science fiction-fantasy: “Brief Cases,” by Jim Butcher; “The Book of M,” by Peng Shepherd; “The Skaar Invasion,” by Terry Brooks; “The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun,” by J.R.R. Tolkien

Westerns: “Return to Vengeance Creek,” by Robert J. Randisi; “The Cattle Drive,” by Ethan Wolfe

Nonfiction: “Barracoon: The Story of the Last Black Cargo,” by Zora Neale Hurston; “Brain Food,” by Lisa Mosconi, Ph.D, INHC; “Bruce Lee,” by Matthew Polly; “Calypso,” by David Sedaris; “The Chicago Tribune Book of the Chicago White Sox,” and “The Final Race,” by Eric T. Eichinger with Eva Marie Everso

Large print: “The Wanderers,” by Tim Pears; “The Room on Rue Amelie,” by Kristin Harmel; “Don’t Call Me Cupcake,” by Tara Sheets; “Murder on Union Square,” by Victoria Thompson

Lincoln Collection: “Lincoln’s Last Trial,” by Dan Abrams and David Fisher.

Reagan Collection: “The Wit and Wisdom of Ronald Reagan,” by Carol Kelly-Canci



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