New Releases September 2019

Murphy Helwig Library News

            New releases in September include mystery titles The Bitterroots, the 4th book in the Cassie Dewell series by C. J. Box; Never Have I Ever, by Joshilyn Jackson; Pretty Guilty Women, by Gina Lamanna; The Inn, by James Patterson; Contraband, the 50th book in the Stone Barrington, by Stuart Woods; Turn of the Key, by Ruth Ware; Labyrinth, the 23rd book in the FBI series by Catherine Coulter; A Dangerous Man, the 18th book in the Elvis Cole and Joe Pike series by Robert Crais; Smoke Screen, the 26th book in the Eve Duncan series by Iris Johansen; The Girl Who Lived Twice, the sixth book in the Millennium series by David Lagercrantz; The Dark Side, by Danielle Steel; Old Bones, by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child; and the historical mystery Grave Expectations, the second book in the Dickens of a Crime series by Heather Redmond. General fiction titles available in September are The Most Fun We Ever HadaHHH, by Claire Lombardo; and Midnight at the Blackbird Cafe by Heather Webber. Historical novels available in September are the first four books in the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon: Outlander, Dragonfly in Amber, Voyager, and Drums of Autumn. Romance novels available in September are Texas Forever, the sixth book in the Tylers of Texas by Janet Dailey; and The Oysterville Sewing Circle, by Susan Wiggs. Romantic Suspense novels available in September are The Missing Piece, by Sharon Sala; Outfox, by Sandra Brown; and Rival’s Break, the ninth book in the Sharpe and Donovan series by Carla Neggers. The Sci-Fi novel available this month is Hollow Kingdom, by Kira Jane Buxton. Inspirational novels available in September are The Loyal One, by Shelley Shepard Gray; and A Song of Joy, the fourth book in the Under Northern Skies series by Lauraine Snelling. The Large Print book available in September is The Restoration, by Wanda Brunstetter.

            For those that prefer nonfiction the following are available in September: Barnum: An American Life, by Robert Wilson; Into the Planet: My Life As a Cave Diver, by Jill Heinerth; and Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee, by Casey Cep.