May 2017

Murphy Helwig Library News


            New releases in May include suspense titles The Fix, an Amos Decker novel, by David Baldacci, A Perfect Obsession, a New York Confidential novel, by Heather Graham, Song of the Lion by Anne Hillerman, and One Perfect Lie by Lisa Scottoline.  Mystery offerings are All by Myself Alone, an Alvirah & Willy novel, by Mary Higgins Clark, The Burial Hour, a Lincoln Rhyme novel, by Jeffery Deaver, Girl in Disguise by Greer Macallister, Fallout, a V.I. Warshawski novel, by Sara Paretsky, and Fast & Loose, a Stone Barrington novel, by Stuart Woods. General fiction has several offerings with Any Day Now, a Sullivan’s Crossing novel, by Robyn Carr, The Horse Dancer by Jojo Moyes, and Two From the Heart by James Patterson. Fiction concludes with historical titles In Farleigh Field by Rhys Bowen, The Practice House by Laura McNeal, The Horseman by Tim Pearson, and The Stars are Fire by Anita Shreve.

            For those that love nonfiction the following will please: First Women: the grace and power of America’s Modern First Ladies by Kate Anderson Brower, Old School: life in the sane lane by Bill O’Reilly, A guide Book of United States Coins 2018 by R.S. Yeoman, DK’s The Vietnam War: the definitive illustrated history, and The Gatekeepers: how the White House Chiefs of Staff define every presidency by Chris Whipple.

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