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 February 2016:

EXPRESS

“Even Dogs in the Wild” by Ian Rankin, “NYPD Red 4” by James Patterson, “Breakdown” by Jonathan Kellerman, “The Art of War” by Stephen Coonts, “Brotherhood in Death” by J.D. Robb, “Blue: a novel” by Danielle Steel, “The Plague of Thieves Affair” by Marcia Muller

FICTION

“Even Dogs in the Wild” by Ian Rankin, “NYPD Red 4” by James Patterson, “Breakdown” by Jonathan Kellerman, “The Art of War” by Stephen Coonts, “Brotherhood in Death” by J.D. Robb,“Blue: a novel” by Danielle Steel, “Sage’s Eyes” by V.C. Andrews, “The Guest Room” by Chris Bohjalian, “Find Her” by Lisa Gardner, “The Good Liar” by Nicholas Searle, “The Man without a Shadow” by Joyce Carol Oates, “Warriors of the Storm” by Bernard Cornwell, “Early One Morning” by Virginia Baily, “The Relic Master” by Christopher Buckley

NONFICTION

“The Old Farmer’s Almanac 2016”, “The Art of Grace: on moving well through life” by Sarah L. Kaufman, “Between the World and Me” by Ta-Nehisi Coates, “For the Love: fighting for grace in a world of impossible standards” by Jen Hatmaker, “Presence: bringing your boldest self to your biggest challenges” by Amy Cuddy

MYSTERY

“The Plague of Thieves Affair” by Marcia Muller, “Presumed Puzzled” by Parnell Hall, “The Killing in the Café” by Simon Brett, “Splinter the Silence” by Val McDermid

LARGE PRINT — FICTION

“The Bitter Season” by Tami Hoag, “Point Blank” by Fern Michaels

BOOKS ON CD

“Driving Heat” by Richard Castle, “The Art of War” by Stephen Coonts

YOUNG ADULT

“Reckless: The Golden Yarn” by Cornelia Funke, “The Hired Girl” by Laura Amy Schlitz, “The Winter Place” by Alexander Yates, “Orbiting Jupiter” by Gary D. Schmidt, “The Emperor of Any Place” by Tim Wynne-Jones

SPECIAL DONATIONS

“Butcher’s Crossing” by John Williams, donated by Larry Taren

Information provided by the Back Mountain Memorial Library.

Information provided by the Back Mountain Memorial Library.

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