December 2016

Murphy Helwig Library News


            New releases in December include suspense titles Night School, a Jack Reacher novel, by Lee Child, Odessa Sea a Dirk Pitt adventure, by Clive Cussler, and The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer.   The mystery offerings are No Man’s Land, a John Puller novel, by David Baldacci, The Sleeping Beauty Killer, number four in the Under Suspicion series, by Mary Higgins Clark, The Wrong Side of Goodbye, a Harry Bosch novel, by Michael Connelly, Chaos, a Kay Scarpetta, Turbo Twenty-three, a Stephanie Plum novel, by Janet Evanovich, Cross the Line, an Alex Cross novel, by James Patterson, and, a Stone Barrington novel, by Stuart Woods. General titles has two titles with Sunrise Canyon by Janet Evanovich and The Whistler by John Grisham. Historical   fiction has several titles with This Was a Man, seventh in the Clifton Chronicles, by Jeffrey Archer, The German Girl by Armando Lucas Correa, The Girl from Venice by Martin Cruz Smith, and The Award by Danielle Steel. Fiction concludes with one Christian title, Anna’s Crossing, first in the Amish Beginnings series, by Suzanne Woods Fisher.

            For those that love nonfiction the following will please: Bowie: the biography by Wendy Leigh, Einstein: His life and universe by Walter Isaacson, Hero of the Empire: the Boer War, a daring escape and the making of Winston Churchill by Candice Millard, and Iowa’s Automobiles: made in Iowa by Bill Jepsen, donated by the author.

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