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New Releases for April 19, 2022


Looking for something new? Here are some of the upcoming new releases due April 19, 2022. Stop in or give the library a call to place a copy on hold. If the library does not have one of these titles available, a Request for Purchase may be filled out.

Death of the Black Widow by James Patterson and J. D. Barker - is a thriller about a female serial killer.


The Religious Revolution: The Birth of Modern Spirituality, 1848-1898 by Dominic Green - explores shifts in Western religions during the late 19th century. Your Data, Their Billions: Unraveling and Simplifying Big Tech by Jane S. Hoffman - looks at how tech companies profit from identifying information. Why We Fight: The Roots of War and the Paths to Peace by Christopher Blattman - chronicles commonalities in the cause of conflicts. Stepping Back from the Ledge: A Daughter's Search for Truth and Renewal by Laura Trujillo - is a memoir by a woman whose mother committed suicide.


Monarca: A Novel by Leopoldo Gout and Eva Aridjis - is an illustrated story about a Mexican American girl who transforms into a monarch butterfly.


Hope and Glory: A Novel by Jendella Benson - follows a British Nigerian woman who returns to London after her father's death.


Spear by Nicola Griffith - is a queer Arthurian fantasy.


Kingdom of Bones by James Rollins - is the 16th Sigma Force thriller.


Flint and Mirror by John Crowley - is fantasy about Irish clans fighting an invading English queen.


Switch-Hitter by Derek Jeter - is the ninth book in a middle grade series based on the former baseball star's life.


The Lucky Ones by Linda Williams Jackson - is a middle-grade novel about an 11-year-old boy living in the Mississippi Delta around the same time as Robert Kennedy's southern "poverty tour."


Flirting with Fate by J.C. Cervantes - is the YA debut from the author of the middle-grade series Storm Runner





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