Great New Fiction
You'll never run out of good books to read at the library.
We have several carefully prepared lists on the New, Best & Fun pages, with books, DVDs and music CDs for you to enjoy. Have you checked out our New Fiction list recently?
Lovers of Scandinavian mysteries looking for a change of pace could try A Man Called Ove by Sweden's Fredrik Backman. It's described as the heartwarming tale of a cranky old man whose life is altered when a young family moves next door. Panic In A Suitcase by Ukraine-born Yelena Akhtiorskaya is a novel about a Russian immigrant family living in Brooklyn. NPR said it is "sharply observed and very funny," and the Washington Post acclaimed it as "Genius." Queen Of Hearts" by England's Rhys Bowen is a comfortable, lighthearted mystery with a minor British aristocrat at its heart, sleuthing on a visit to the US. This is described as a book for lovers of Downton Abbey.
Check the list frequently to find new books by your favorite authors and books by authors you have not yet discovered. Begin your search at the New, Best & Fun page. Place your holds. Check it out!