New books make their way to Back Mountain Memorial Library shelves


For Dallas Post



For Dallas Post

DALLAS — The Back Mountain Memorial Library, 96 Huntsville Road, Dallas, announces the addition of the following books to its collection for the month of January 2016:

EXPRESS

“After She’s Gone” by Lisa Jackson, “Scandalous Behavior” by Stuart Woods, “Even Dogs in the Wild” by Ian Rankin

FICTION

“After She’s Gone” by Lisa Jackson, “Scandalous Behavior” by Stuart Woods, “Even Dogs in the Wild” by Ian Rankin, “The Bitter Season” by Tami Hoag, “Tom Clancy: Commander-in-Chief” by Mark Greaney, “The Forgotten Soldier” by Brad Taylor, “Secret Sisters” by Jayne Ann Krentz, “The Marriage Pact” by M.J. Pullen, “A Week at the Lake” by Wendy Wax, “The Secret Life of Anna Blanc” by Jennifer Kincheloe, “The Summer’s End” by Mary Alice Monroe, “The Story of the Lost Child”, “The Hunters” by Tom Young

NONFICTION

“Big Yoga for Less Stress” by Meera Patricia Kerr, “Grounded: finding God in the world” by Diana Butler Bass, “Serial Winner” by Larry Weidel, “Country Living: Christmas Joys”, “Traveling with Your Pet: the AAA petbook”, “Super Genes” by Deepak Chopra, “Everyday Detox” by Megan Gilmore, “The Joy of Hobby Farming” by Michael Levatino, “The Secret of Effortless Doing” by Ronny Hatchwell, “Dehydrating at Home” by Michelle Keogh, “The Home Distiller’s Guide to Spirits” by Steve Coomes, “The Healthy Mind Cookbook” by Rebecca Katz, “”The Plantpower Way” by Rich Roll, “The New Book of Optical Illusions” by Georg Ruschemeyer, “The Big Green Tent” by Ludmila Ulitskaya

MYSTERY

“Shadow of the Raven” by Tessa Harris, “Pride v. Prejudice” by Joan Hess

BIOGRAPHY

“A Full Life” by Jimmy Carter, “Boys in the Trees: a memoir” by Carly Simon

SCIENCE FICTION

“Doom of the Dragons” by Margaret Weis

YOUNG ADULT

“The Walls around Us” by Nova Ren Suma, “First and Then” by Emma Mills, “A History of Glitter and Blood” by Hannah Moskowitz, “A Song for Ella Grey” by David Almond

Information provided by the Back Mountain Memorial Library.

Information provided by the Back Mountain Memorial Library.

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