New Releases March 2019

Murphy Helwig Library News

            New releases in March include mystery titles The Suspect, by Fiona Barton; Then She Was Gone, by Lisa Jewell; The Wedding Guest, the 34th book in the Alex Delaware by Jonathan Kellerman; The Chef, by James Patterson; Connections in Death, the 48th book in the In Death series by J. D. Robb; Say You’re Sorry, by Karen Rose; the 24th book in the Hannah Swensen series, Chocolate Cream Pie Murder, by Joanne Fluke; She Lies in Wait, by Gytha Lodge; and historical mystery The Victory Garden, by Rhys Bowen. Historical novels available in March are The Only Woman in the Room, by Marie Benedict; Irish Above All, by Mary Pat Kelly; and Finding Dorothy, by Elizabeth Letts. Romances available in March are California Girls, by Susan Mallery; and romantic suspense novels Ghosted, by Rosie Walsh; What Doesn’t Kill Her, by Christina Dodd; and Dark Water Rising; by Sharon Sala. Fiction books available in March are You Were Always Mine, by Nicole Baart; The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls, by Anissa Gray; The Adults, by Caroline Hulse; and Once Upon a River, by Diane Setterfield. Large Print books available for March are Trust Me On This, by Jennifer Crusie; One True Theory of Love, by Laura Fitzgerald; Bundle of Joy, by Robin Lee Hatcher; and The Burglar, by Thomas Perry.

            For those that prefer nonfiction the following are available in March: Shameless, by Nadia Bolz-Weber; The Banker and the Blackfoot: An Untold Story of Friendship, Trust, and Broken Promises in the Old West, by J. Edward Chamberlain; Try Common Sense: Replacing the Failed Ideologies of Right and Left, by Philip K. Howard; Becoming, by Michelle Obama; Grateful American: A Journey From Self to Service, by Gary Sinise; and Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland, by Patrick Radden Keefe.

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