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NEW LARGE PRINT FOR AUGUST 2015

Fiction

Only a Promise by Mary Balogh 

Under Fire: A Jack Ryan Jr. Novel by Grant Blackwood 

The Edge of Dreams by Rhys Bowen

The Santangelos by Jackie Collins

Nemesis by Catherine Coulter

The Alpine Zen by Mary Daheim

A Scourge of Vipers by Bruce DeSilva

The Green Road by Anne Enright

The Unfortunate Importance Of Beauty by Amanda Filipacchi

Twice in a Lifetime by Dorothy Garlock

Archie in the Crosshairs by Robert Goldsborough

The Silenced by Heather Graham

The Devil’s Workshop by Alex Grecian

Summer Secrets by Jane Green

Pride V. Prejudice by Joan Hess

The Naked Eye by Iris Johansen

The Mountain Story by Lori Lansens

Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee

Wildfire in His Arms by Johanna Lindsey

Perfect Touch by Elizabeth Lowell

Murder at Beechwood by Alyssa Maxwell

Circling the Sun by Paula McLain

New Music Releases, August 2015

Adult Jazz.  Gist Is                                                              ROCK ADUL GIST

Aoki, Steve.  Neon Future                                                   POP AOKI NEON

New DVD Releases for August 11th

We have four news titles for Tuesday, August 11th.  They are:

Hot Pursuit (Comedy - Reese Witherspoon)

Kinick, The: Season One (TV Series)

Law & Order, SVU: 16th Year (TV Series)

Scandal: Season 4

August Birthday

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Annie Oakley

New DVD Releases for August 4th

We have five new titles for Tuesday, August 4th.  They are:

Affair, The: Season One (TV Series)

Far From the Madding Crowd (Drama - Carey Mulligan)

How To get Away With Murder: Season One (TV Series)

Insurgent (Drama - Shailene Woodley)

True Story (Drama - James Franco)

New Romance Fiction for August 2015

In paperback:

Fierce Enchantments by Janine Ashbless (3, Enchantment Collection) F, H, E
You Can't Escape by Nancy Bush C, M
A New Hope by Robyn Carr (8, Thunder Point) C
Sex Becomes Her by Regina Cole C, E
Taking the Heat by Victoria Dahl (6:3, Jackson: Girls' Night Out) C
Opening Up by Lauren Dane (1, Ink & Chrome) C, E
Exit Strategy by Lena Diaz (1, Exit Strategy, Inc.) C, M
Trapped by Scandal by Jane Feather (2, Monmouth Rebellion) H
This Year's Black by Avery Flynn (2, Killer Style) C, M
Put Up Your Duke by Megan Frampton (2, Dukes Behaving Badly) H

New Speculative Fiction for August 2015

New to our shelves:

The Year's Best Military SF & Space Opera by David Afsharirad, ed.
    (2015, Year's Best Military & Space Opera) SF (SF Year's 2015)
Cold Hillside by Nancy Baker F, M, H
Faces by E. C. Blake (3, The Masks of Aygrima) F, M
The King in Yellow, and Other Horror Stories by Robert W. Chambers with E. F. Bleiler, ed. H
Armada by Ernest Cline SF
The Flood by William C. Dietz (2, Halo) SF (SF Halo v.2)
The Year's Best Science Fiction: Thirty-Second Annual Collection by Gardner Dozois, ed.
    (32, The Year's Best Science Fiction) SF (SF Year's 32nd 2015)
The Hanged Man by P. N. Elrod (1, Her Majesty's Psychic Service) F, SF, A, M, R

New Mysteries August 2015

Patriarch by Martin Walker

Murder at Barclay Meadow by Wendy Sand Eckel

Collector of Secrets by Richard Goodfellow

Intruder by Hakan Ostlundh

In a Dark, Dark Room by Ruth Ware

Smaller and Smaller Circles by F.H. Batacan

Investigation by J.M. Lee

Isolation by Mary Anna Evans

Pattern of Lies by Charles Todd

Musubi Murder by Frankie Bow

Swede by Robert Karjel

Vixen by Bill Pronzini

Drowning Ground by James Marrison

The Beat Goes On by Ian Rankin

In the Dark Places by Peter Robinson

Drowned Boy by Karin Fossum

Last Ragged Breath by Julia Keller

Long Upon the Land by Margaret Maron

Brush Back by Sara Paretsky

X is For…. By Sue Grafton

Devil’s Bridge by Linda Fairstein

 

 

New DVD Titles, August 2015

THREE DAY DVDS                                                                   SECTION 

Books within Worlds within Books...

"Wait ... people in a book are reading books? Is that even safe? What if they started reading themselves?"
     - comment on Jo Walton's Among Others

WheBooks within Booksn I was a young and tender librarian, I was asked for a book that didn't exist.  A patron called looking for a copy of The Book of Counted Sorrows by Stephen Crane, an old, hard-to-find (and purportedly cursed, so I learned) collection of poetry that horror author Dean Koontz referred to frequently for the epigraphs of his novels.  The patron had liked the snippets he'd seen fronting Koontz's works, and wanted to read more.  It took me three days (the Internet not being what it is now) to track down the reason it was so "hard to find:" it wasn't real. 

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