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The following new books are available at Mitchell Public Library.

FICTION: “MaddAddam,” Margaret Atwood; “A Tap on the Window,” Linwood Barclay; “Lydia’s Charm,” Wanda E. Brunstetter; “The Tattered Quilt,” Wanda E. Brunstetter; “Necessary Lies,” Diane Chamberlain; “Never Go Back,” Lee Child; “The Amish Seamstress,” Mindy Starns Clark; “Sandrine’s Case,” Thomas H. Cook; “The Final Cut,” Catherine Coulter; “The Mayan Secrets,” Clive Cussler; “Claire of the Sea Light,” Edwin Danticat; "Under a Texas Sky,” Dorothy Garlock; “Hotshot,” Julie Garwood; “Tamarack County,” William Kent Krueger; “The Secret Keeper,” Beverly Lewis; “The Good Lord Bird,” James McBride; “Rose Harbor in Bloom,” Debbie Macomber; “Blindsided,” Fern Michaels; “The Returned,” Jason Mott; “Declan’s Cross,” Carla Neggers; “The Bat,” Jo Nesbo; “The Phantom,” Jo Nesbo; “Wake the Dawn,” Lauraine Snelling; “The Longest Ride,” Nicholas Sparks; “Justice for Sara,” Erica Spindler; “Tragic,” Robert K. Tanenbaum; “Hidden Orders,” Brad Thor; “Revenge Wears Prada,” Lauren Weisberger; “Deceived,” Randy Wayne White; “Compound Fractures,” Stephen White.

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MYSTERY: “The Whole Enchilada,” Diane Mott Davidson; “W is for Wasted,” Sue Grafton; “The Beast,” Faye Kellerman; “Copycat Killing,” “Curiosity Thrilled the Cat,” “Sleight of Paw,” Sofie Kelly.

SCIENCE FICTION: “The Third Kingdom,” Terry Goodkind; “The Walking Dead: Volumes 1-8,” Robert Kirkman; “The Long War,” Terry Pratchett, Stephen Baxter.

WESTERNS: “Dry Gulch Ambush,” “Killing,” “Preacher’s Fury,” “Shootout of the Mountain Man,” “Wyoming Slaughter,” William W. Johnstone.

  NON-FICTION: “Making Good Habits, Breaking Bad Habits,” Joyce Meyer; “Putting the Barn Before the House,” Grey Osterud; “Dollarocracy,” John Nichols; “Estate Planning Basics,” Dennis Clifford; “Manson,” Jeff Funn; “McGraw-Hill’s ACT 2013 Edition,” Steven Dulan; “Official Guide to the GRE Revised General Test;” McGraw-Hill’s SAT 2013 Edition,” Christopher Black; “Dr. Ruth’s Guide for the Alzheimer’s Caregiver,” Ruth Westheimer; “What You Must Know About Dialysis,” Rich Snyder; “Bootstrapper,” Mardi J. Link; “The Practical Guide to Garden Herbs,” Jessica Houdret; “Treasured Amish and Mennonite Recipes;” “Effective Fundraising for Non-profits,” Ilona Bray; “Milling for Home Machinists,” Harold Hall; “The Woodworker’s Studio Handbook,” Jim Whitman; “Score, Fold, Create!” Diana Crick; “Knitting Hats and Mittens from Around the World;” “I Could Chew on this and Other Poems by Dogs,” Francesco Marciuliano; “The Guns at Last Light,” Rich Attinson; “Revolutionary Summer,” Joseph J. Ellis; “Images of America: Pierre and Fort Pierre,” Jan Cerney; “Images of America: WNAX 570 Radio 1922-2007,” Marilyn Kratz; “Images of America: Standing Rock Sioux,” Donovin Sprague; “Allegany to Appomattox,” Valgene Dunham.

PLAYAWAYS: “The Giving Quilt,” Jennifer Chiaverini; “Porch Lights,” Dorothea Benton; “Shadow of Light,” Deborah Harkness; “Judgment Call,” J.A. Jance; “The Line Between Here and Gone,” Andrea Kane; “Garment of Shadows,” Laurie R. King; “Flight Behavior,” Barbara Kingsolver; “Bloodline,” James Rollins; “The Fallen Angel,” Daniel Silva; “Severe Clear,” Stuart Woods.

COMPACT DISCS: “Fatal Justice,” Ralph Compton; “The Tombs,” “Zero Hour,” Clive Cussler; “Explosive Eighteen,” Janet Evanovich; “Dead Ever After,” Charlaine Harris; “Bad Monkey,” Carl Hiaasen; “And the Mountains Echoed,” Khaled Hosseini; “The Guardian,” Beverly Lewis; “Deadfall,” Robert Liparulo; “TransAtlantic,” Colum McCann; “Sweet Tooth,” Ian McEvan; “Once Upon a Time,” Debbie Macomber; “Sleight of Hand,” Phillip Margolin; “Leota’s Garden,” Francine Rivers; “Silken Prey,” John Sandford; “The Winnowing Season,” Cindy Woodsmall.

COMPACT DISCS — NON-FICTION: “Immortal Bird,” Doron Weber; “Revolutionary Summer,” Joseph J. Ellis; “Bunker Hill,” Nathaniel Philbrick; “Roger Williams and the Creation of the American Soul,” John M. Barry.

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