New Materials March 13, 2019

Latest materials at the Athol Library!


March 13, 2019

“Best of the Best Horror of the Year”
“More Deadly Than the Male: Masterpieces from the Queens of Horror”
“Training School for Negro Girls” by Camille Acker
“The Night Visitor” by Lucy Atkins
“Freefall” by Jessica Barry
“Daughter of Moloka’I” by Alan Brennert
“The Orphan of Salt Winds” by Elizabeth Brooks
“War of the Wolf” by Bernard Cornwell
“Darling” by Rachel Edwards
“Judgement” by Joseph Finder
“The Ensemble” by Aja Gabel
“The Eulogist” by Terry Gamble
“This Shall Be a House of Peace” by Phil Halton
“Just Once” by Lori Handeland
“Love in a Mist” by Sarah Harrison
“The Boy” by Tami Hoag
“Rainsongs” by Sue Hubbard
“The Weight of Ink” by Rachel Kadish
“Flash in the Can Number One” by Diane Kane
“Stalker” by Lars Kepler
“Death is Hard Work” by Khaled Khalifa
‘I Owe You One” by Sophie Kinsella
“The Object of Your Affections” by Falguni Kothari
“Good Riddance” by Eleanor Lipman
“Lost Children Archive” by Valeria Luiselli
“The Night Olivia Fell” by Christina McDonald
“The Hazards of Time Travel” by Joyce Carol Oates
“Liar Liar” by James Patterson
“Her One Mistake” by Heidi Perks
“Verses for the Dead” by Douglas J. Preston
“Something Like Breathing” by Angela Readman
“Jack Jetstark’s Intergalactic Freakshow” by Jennifer Lee Rossman
“The Au Pair” by Emma Rous
“The Age of Light” by Whitney Scharer
“The Electric State” by Simon Stalenhag
“Turning Point” by Danielle Steel
“Dracul” by Dacre Stoker
“The Accidental Beauty Queen” by Teri Wilson
“We That Are Young” by Preti Taneja
“Blood Orange” by Harriet Tyce
“Desperate Measures” by Stuart Woods
“Lies, Love, and Breakfast at Tiffany’s” by Julie Wright

“The Secrets of Jesuit Breadmaking” by Brother Rick Curry
“Craftfulness” by Rosemary Davidson
“Seriously Curious : The Economist Explains : The Facts and Figures that Turn Our World Upside Down” by The Economist
“Scientists Against Time” by H. A. Feiveson
“In Pieces” by Sally Field
“No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work” by Liz Fosslien
“Power Plates” by Gena Hamshaw
“Northeast Home Landscaping” by Roger Holmes
“No Beast So Fierce” by Dane Huckelbridge
“Infinite Wonder” by Scott Kelly
“The Frighteners: A Journey Through Our Cultural Fascination With the Macabre” by Peter Laws
“Zucked” by Roger McNamee
“Bestseller” by Robert McParland
“The First Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill George Washington” by Brad Meltzer
“I.M.” by Isaac Mizrahi
“The Source of Self-Regard” by Toni Morrison
“Apollo to the Moon” by Teasel E. Muir-Harmony
“Downhill From Here: Retirement Insecurity in the Age of Inequality” by Katherine S. Newman
“Women Rowing North” by Mary Bray Pipher
“Interplanetary Robots” by Rod Pyle
“Brain Health as You Age” by Steven P. Simmons
“Creating Compassionate Kids” by Shauna Tominey
“My Life Among the Underdogs” by Tia Torres
“When I Spoke in Tongues” by Jessica Wilbanks
“The Unwinding of the Miracle: A Memoir of Life, Death, and Everything that Comes After” by Julie Yip-Williams

“Here to Stay” by Sara Farizan
“The Battle of Hackham Heath” by John Flanagan
“The Birds, the Bees, and You and Me” by Olivia Hinebaugh
“Two Can Keep a Secret” by Karen M. McManus
“Dark Shimmer” by Donna Jo Napoli
“This is Not a Love Letter” by Kim Purcell
“Sadie” by Courtney Summers
“Fame, Fate, and the First Kiss” by Katie West