New books added to shelves at Back Mountain Memorial Library

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DALLAS — The following new books have been added to the shelves of the Back Mountain Memorial Library, 96 Huntsville Road, for the month of June 2019:

EXPRESS

“Queen Bee” by Dorothea Benton Frank

“Hot Shot” by Fern Michaels

“It’s a Christmas Thing” by Janet Dailey

“Unsolved” by James Patterson

“This Storm” by James Ellroy

“The Silent Patient” by Alex Michaelides

“Normal People” by Sally Rooney

“Whiskers in the Dark” by Rita Mae Brown

“A Woman is No Man” by Etaf Rum

FICTION

“Queen Bee” by Dorothea Benton Frank

“Hot Shot” by Fern Michaels

“It’s a Christmas Thing” by Janet Dailey

“Unsolved” by James Patterson

“This Storm” by James Ellroy

“Some Choose Darkness” by Charlie Donlea

“Normal People” by Sally Rooney

“Tombland” by C.J. Sansom

“My Life as a Rat” by Joyce Carol Oates

“Crucible” by James Rollins

“Lost Roses” by Martha Hall Kelly

“Trust Exercise” by Susan Choi

“Such Good Work” by Johannes Lichtman

NONFICTION

“Leap of Faith” by Michael J. Mazarr

“The Pioneers” by David McCullough

“Defying Hitler: The German Who Resisted Nazi Rule” by Gordon Thomas

“The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee” by David Treuer

“Fix-it and Forget-it Healthy 5 Ingredient Cookbook” by Hope Comerford

MYSTERY

“Murder at the British Museum” by Jim Eldridge

“Whiskers in the Dark” by Rita Mae Brown

SCIENCE FICTION

“The Fall of Shannara: The Stiehl Assassin” by Terry Brooks

“The Razor” by J. Barton Mitchell

“Zero Sum Game” by S.L. Huang

LARGE PRINT

FICTION

“Trailblazer” by Anna Schmidt

“The Tree of Love” by Barbara Cartland

“Kiss of the Spindle” by Nancy Campbell Allen

“Liza’s Second Chance” by Molly Jebber

YOUNG ADULT

“Dealing in Dreams” by Lillian Rivera

“Within These Lines” by Stephanie Morrill

“You Must Not Miss” by Katrina Leno

“Fear of Missing Out” by Kate McGovern

“In the Key of Nira Ghani” by Natasha Deen

SPECIAL DONATIONS

“Tall, Tall Tree” by Anthony D. Fredericks, donated by the author

“Not a Box” by Antoinette Portis, donated by Pennsylvania Department of Education, Office of Commonwealth Libraries, “PA One Book Every Young Child 2019”

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