New Arrivals: September 2012

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:  September 2012

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

ADULT LARGE PRINT WESTERN

Tim Champlin: The secret of Lodestar.

Leslie Ernenwein: Bullet barricade.

Arthur Henry Gooden: The amateur outlaw.

William W. Johnstone: Matt Jensen: The last mountain man: Massacre at Powder River.

Lauran Paine: Lost valley.

ADULT FICTION

Dave Barry: Lunatics. (**)

Barbara Delinsky: Escape. (**)

Paul Garrison: Robert Ludlum’s the Janson command. (**)

Tess Gerritsen: The silent girl. (Rizzoli & Isles) (**)

Dean Koontz: 77 shadow street. (**)

Henning Mankell: The man from Beijing. (**)

Anna Jean Mayhew: The dry grass of August. (**)

Fern Michaels: Southern comfort. (**)

Graham Moore: The Sherlockian. (**)

Traci Peterson: A dream to call my own. (Brides of Gallatin County – Book 3) (**)

Traci Peterson: A love to last forever. (Brides of Gallatin County – Book 2) (**)

Traci Peterson: A promise to believe in. (Brides of Gallatin County – Book 1) (**)

Traci Peterson: Summer of the midnight sun. (Alaskan Quest – Book 1) (**)

Traci Peterson: Under the northern lights. (**)

Traci Peterson: Whispers of winter. (Alaskan Quest – Book 3) (**)

Dudley Pope: Ramage and the rebels. (The Lord Ramage novels series -- No. 9) (**)

Dudley Pope: Ramage’s challenge. (The Lord Ramage novels series -- No. 15) (**)

Francine Rivers: An echo in the darkness. (Mark of the lion) (**)

Francine Rivers: As sure as the dawn. (Mark of the lion) (**)

Francine Rivers: A voice in the wind. (Mark of the lion) (**)

Tatiana de Rosnay: A secret kept. (**)

Robert K. Tanenbaum: Capture. (**)

ADULT MYSTERY

Lawrence Block: A drop of the hard stuff. (**)

Matthew Dicks: Something missing. (**)

Joanne Fluke: Fudge cupcake murder. (A Hannah Swensen mystery) (**)

Joanne Fluke: Lemon meringue pie murder. (A Hannah Swensen mystery) (**)

Tana French: Broken harbor. (**)

P. D. James: Death comes to Pemberley. (**)

Laurie R. King: The language of bees. (**)

John Lescroart: Treasure hunt. (A Wyatt Hunt novel) (**)

Walter Mosley: All I did was shoot my man. (A Leonid McGill mystery) (**)

James Patterson: Guilty wives. (**)

J. D. Robb: Delusion in death. (**)

Stuart Woods: Unnatural acts. (A Stone Barrington novel) (**)

ADULT SCIENCE FICTION

John Ringo: Live free or die. (**)

ADULT NON-FICTION

Betty Crocker come home to dinner: 350 delicious recipes for the slow cooker, bread machine, and oven : spend 30 minutes or less in the kitchen. (**)

Bottom Line's health breakthroughs, 2012. (613 Bottom) (**)

Blaine Harden: Escape from Camp 14: One man's remarkable odyssey from North Korea to freedom in the West. (365.45 Harden) (**) 

Low-fat country cooking. (Taste of Home) (641.5638 Low) (**)

Matthew Mead: Halloween: Tricks and treats. (745.5941 Mead) (**)

ADULT REFERENCE

Peterson's how to get money for college 2013. (Ref 378 Peterson)

JUVENILE FICTION

Richard Tulloch: Freaky stuff. (**)

TALKING BOOKS

William S. Burroughs: And the hippos were boiled in their tanks. (TLKB CD Fic Burroughs) (**)

Jimmy Carter: Our endangered values. (TLKB CD 306.0973 Carter) (**)

 

Miguel de Cervantes: Don Quixote de la Mancha. (TLKB CD 863 Cervantes) (**)