New Releases January 2019
Murphy Helwig Library News
New releases in January include mystery titles You Don’t Own Me, the 6th book in the Under Suspicion series by Mary Higgins Clark; Dark Sacred Night, the 21st book in the Harry Bosch series and 1st book in Bosch and Ballard series by Michael Connelly; The Colors of All the Cattle, the 19th book in the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith; Where The Crawdads Sing, by Delia Owens; The Bookshop of Yesterdays, by Amy Meyerson; and the historical mysteries The Clockmaker’s Daughter, by Kate Morton; Murder on Millionaires’ Row, by Erin Lindsey; and the Thriller Pandemic, the eleventh book in the Montgomery/ Stapleton series by Robin Cook. Historical romance novels available in January are Tony’s Wife, by Adriana Trigiani; The Bride of Ivy Green, the third book in The Bride of Ivy Green series by Julie Klassen; and the historical novel Heads You Win, by Jeffrey Archer. The Inspirational fiction novel for January is Under the Midnight Sun, the third book in the Heart of Alaska series by Tracie Peterson. Romances available in January are Sunday Kind Of Love; by Dorothy Garlock; and the Paranormal Romance Time’s Convert, the first book in the Time’s Convert series by Deborah Harkness. Sci-Fi and Urban Fantasy books available for January are An Absolute Remarkable Thing, by Hank Green; An Easy Death, the first book in the Gunnie Rose series by Charlaine Harris; Hazards of Time Travel, by Joyce Carol Oates; and Of Blood and Bone, the second book in the Chronicles of the One series by Nora Roberts. Large Print books available for January are The Sauvignon Secret by Ellen Crosby; Anyone But You, by Jennifer Crusie; The Queen in Winter, by Claire Delacroix; and High Plains Bride, by Valerie Hansen.
For those that prefer nonfiction the following are available in January: Top Hoodlum: Frank Costello Prime Minister of the MAFIA, by Anthony DeStefano; City of Champions: An American Story of Leather Helmets, Iron Wills, and the High School Kids From Jersey Who Won It All, by Hank Gola; The Oxford Illustrated History of the Holy Land, by Robert G. Hoyland; The Spy and the Traitor: The Greatest Espionage Story of the Cold War, by Ben MacIntyre; Welcome to Adulting: Navigating Faith, Friendship, Finances, and the Future, by Jonathan Pokluda.
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