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Great New Fiction
You'll never run out of good books at the library.
You'll find lists of books on the New, Best & Fun pages, with as well as recommendations for DVDs and music CDs to enjoy. Have you checked out our New Fiction list recently?
"The Ladies of Managua" by Eleni N. Gage is a multi-generational story of Nicaraguan women, their loves and also their involvement in the nation's complicated politics. Another novel with a feminine focus is Erika Robuck's "The House Of Hawthorne," a fictionalized account of the romance between novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne and Sophia Peabody, an invalid artist who would become his wife. If you are more tempted by murder mystery, try "A June Of Ordinary Murders" by Conor Brady, set in Dublin, Ireland, when a spate of murders threatens the celebrations of Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. Whatever your taste in fiction, try the New Best & Fun list for new titles in the GRRL collection.
Check the list frequently because it's always changing. Begin your search at the New, Best & Fun page. Place your holds. Check it out!