New Arrivals: June 2013

The Modoc County Library has added the following new titles to its Collection.  Check it out!   

If you would like the list of new titles e-mailed to you each month, please send your e-mail address to library@co.modoc.ca.us or call us at 530-233-6340.  (NOTE: Your e-mail address will not be shared with others.)

NEW TITLES:  June 2013

[(**) Donation; (&&) Gift from Friends of the Modoc County Library; (XX) Gift; (##) Memorial donation; ($$) North State Cooperative Library System gift]    

ADULT LARGE PRINT FICTION

Iris Johansen: The treasure. (**)

Jon Katz: Dog days. (**)

Linda Lael Miller: The rustler. (A Stone Creek novel) (**)

Janette Oke: The sacred shore. (**)

Janette Oke: The distant beacon. (**)

ADULT LARGE PRINT MYSTERY

Stuart Woods: Beverly Hills dead. (**)

ADULT LARGE PRINT WESTERN

Hank Mitchum: Devil’s canyon. (**)

ADULT FICTION

Elizabeth Adler: Meet me in Venice. (**)

Madison Smartt Bell: Anything goes. (**)

T.C. Boyle: Talk talk. (**)

Suzanne Brockmann: All through the night. (A Troubeshooter Christmas) (**)

Sandra Brown: Low pressure. (**)

Robyn Carr: Harvest moon. (A Virgin River novel) (**)

Robyn Carr: Promise Canyon. (A Virgin River novel) (**)

Robyn Carr: Wild Man Creek. (A Virgin River novel) (**)

Stephen Coonts: Stephen Coonts' deep black: Arctic gold. (**)

Harold Coyle: No warriors, ho glory. (**)

Roopa Farooki: Bitter sweets. (**)

Dorothea Benton Frank: Lowcountry summer. (**)

Joshua Giler: Ghost image. (**)

Willliam Goldman: The princess bride. (**)

Winston Graham: Tremor. (**)

Andrew Grant: Even. (**)

Mercedes Lackey: Trio of sorcery. (**)

Al Lacy: Cherokee Rose. (A place to call home -- Book 1)

Love is murder (Edited by Sandra Brown) (**)

Fern Michaels: Tuesday’s child. (**)

James Rollins: The Judas strain. (**)

James Rollins: Blood line. (**)

Jacqueline Sheehan: Lost & found. (**)

Anita Shreve: Body surfing. (**)

Jane Smiley: Ten days in the hills. (**)

Danielle Steel: Happy birthday. (**)

James M. Tabor: The deep zone. (**)

F. Paul Wilson: Hosts. (A repairman Jack novel) (**)

ADULT MYSTERY

M. C. Beaton: The Perfect Paragon. (An Agatha Raisin mystery) (**)

Allison Brennan: Playing dead. (**)

Edna Buchanan: Cold case squad. (**)

John Connolly: The unquiet. (**)

Earlene Fowler: Love mercy. (**)

Robert Greer: First of state. (A prequel to the CJ Floyd mystery series) (**)

Jane Haddam: Living witness. (**)

Jane Haddam: Somebody else’s music. (A Gregor Demarkian novel) (**)

Joan Hess: The goodbye body. (A Claire Malloy mystery) (**)

Merry Jones: The river killings. (**)

Shirley Kennett: Fire cracker. (**)

William Landay: The stranger. (**)

No rest for the dead. (26 writers, one mystery) (**)

Katherine Hall Page: The body in the attic. (A Faith Fairchild mystery) (**) 

ADULT SCIENCE FICTION

William Gibson: All tomorrow’s parties. (**)

ADULT NON-FICTION

Jonathan Bloom: American wasteland: How America throws away nearly half of its food (and what we can do about it). (363.7288 Bloom) (XX)

Julia Cameron: The right to write: An invitation and initiation into the writing life. (808.02 Cameron) (**)

Robert A. Caro: The passage of power. (The years of Lyndon Johnson – Vol. 4) (973.932 Caro) (**)

Contested Eden: ­California before the Gold Rush. (979.4 Contested) (XX)

William C. Dement: The promise of sleep: A pioneer in sleep medicine explores the vital connection between health, happiness, and a good night's sleep. (612.821 Dement) (**)

Mary Jo Ingnoffo: Gold rush politics: California's first legislature. (979.404 Ingnoffo) (**)

Journals of Forty-niners: Salt Lake to Los Angeles. (978.02 Journals) (**)

Michael Lewis: Boomerang: Travels in the new Third World. (330.9 Lewis) (XX)

Modoc County Historical Society: The journal of the Modoc County Historical Society: No. 33, 2011. (Mod 979.4 Modoc) 

Robert D. Postman: CSET: California subject matter examinations for teachers, multiple subjects. (371.1 Postman) (**)

Rupert Sheldrake: Science set free: 10 paths to new discovery. (501 Sheldrake) (**)

Bob Woodward: The price of politics. (973.932 Woodward) (**)

YOUNG ADULT FICTION

Catherine Fisher: Incarceron. (**)

Laura Amy Schlitz: splendors and glooms. (**)

JUVENILE FICTION

Jennifer A. Nielsen: Elliot and the goblin war. (Underworld chronicles – Book 1) (**)

Jennifer A. Nielsen: Elliot and the last underworld war. (Underworld chronicles – Book 3) (**)

Jennifer A. Nielsen: Elliot and the pixie plot. (Underworld chronicles – Book 2) (**)

JUVENILE NON-FICTION

Raymond Bial: A handful of dirt. (J 577.57 Bial) (**)

Carl Nolte: Gold fever: California's gold rush: An American icon. (J 979.404 Nolte) (XX)

EASY LEVEL FICTION

Best friends. (Disney) (XX)

Nancy Tillman: On the night you were born. (**)

EASY LEVEL NON-FICTION

Stephen Brooks: Creatures of the night. (E 591.5 Brooks) (XX) 

DVD’s

Bedazzled. (Brendan Fraser & Elizabeth Hurley) (DVD Comedy Bedazzled) (**)

Ben-Hur. (Charlton Heston & Hugh Griffith) (DVD Drama Ben) (**)

Beyond borders. (Angelina Jolie & Clive Owen) (DVD Drama Beyond) (**)