We have new (to this library) works by the following authors. Most are "general fiction" or didn't clearly fit into any genre.
Susan Isaacs, Phil Condon, A.S. Byatt, Clint McCown, Lee Child, Mary Potter Engel. Tova Mirvis, Sophie Kinsella, John Jakes, Shannon Burke, Imad Rahman, Yann Martel, Neal Stephenson, Torgny Lindgren, Louis de Bernières, Ernesto Quiñonez, Nina Schuyler, Alice Munro, Margaret Drabble, Madeleine E. Robins, David Nicholls, Greg Rucka, Elizabeth Frank, Anita Shreve, Michel Faber, Michael Blaine, Peter Mayle, Mark Helprin, Judith Guest, Ignacio Padilla, Slimane Benaïssa, Peter Sheridan, Christopher Dickey, Manda Scott, Louise Erdrich, Karen Heuler, Michelle de Kretser, Stephen King ... and so on.
Romances by Elizabeth Grayson, Loretta Chase, Beverly Brandt, Mary Janice Davidson and Connie Lane.
Non-fiction? Please come in and browse near the door.
New titles include A death in Brazil, Lords and Lemurs, Traveling with Che Guevera, Who killed King Tut?, Spare Parts, Scribbling the cat : travels with an African soldier.
We have two new books on writing (No plot, no problem and Pen on fire); two on WWII (No greater glory and The freedom line); recipes from Maya Angelou and Jaques Pépin; advice on choosing clothes (Ready to wear, Style and Occasions); new biographies of Alice Walker, Kafka, Alexander the Great and Nick Flynn's amazing memoir.
And the replacement copy of The man who cried I am - John Alfred Williams has arrived, with an introduction by Walter Mosley. See the Stone Reader log entry.Posted by library at December 1, 2004 08:16 PM