Off the Shelves – April 9

AT THE LIBRARY

New items are available at the Hancock County Public Library.

NON-FICTION

“Introducing Python,” Bill Lubanovic

“Philosophy Bites Again,” David Edmonds

“More than a Score: The New Uprising against High-Stakes Testing,” Jesse Hagopian

“The Burn: Why Your Scale is Stuck and What to Eat about It,” Haylie Pomro

“Anne Byrn Saves the Day! Cookbook,” Anne Byrn

“Moxie: The Secret to Bold and Gutsy Leadership,” John Baldoni

“They Eat Horses, Don’t They?” Piu Marie Eatwell

“Russian Tattoo,” Elena Gorokhova

FICTION

“Trust No One,” Jayne Ann Krentz

“Vanessa and Her Sister,” Priya Parmar

“The Convert’s Song,” Sebastian Rotella

“No Fortunate Son,” Brad Taylor

“Dogwood Hill,” Sherryl Woods

“Five,” Ursula Archer

“Insatiable Appetites,” Stuart Wood

DOWNLOADABLE E-BOOKS

“A Seaside Christmas,” Sherryl Woods

“In from the Cold: MacGregor Series, Book 7,” Nora Roberts

“The Wild Truth,” Carine McCandless

“The Cinderella Murder: An Under Suspicion Novel,” Mary Higgins Clark

“A Treasure Worth Seeking,” Sandra Brown

“The Duke’s Courtship,” Grace Burrowes

“Learning to Walk in the Dark,” Barbara Brown Taylor

“The American Heritage History of World War II,” Stephen E. Ambrose

DOWNLOADABLE AUDIOBOOKS

“Beautiful You,” Chuck Palahniuk

“Braydon: Alluring Indulgence Series, Book 6,” Nicole Edwards

“The Remedy for Love,” Bill Roorbach

“I Must Say: My Life as Humble Comedy Legend,” Martin Short

“One in a Million: Lucky Harbor Series, Book 12,” Jill Shalvis

“Memnoch the Devil: The Vampire Chronicles, Book 5,” Anne Rice

“The Colder War,” Charles Cumming

BOOKS ON CD

“True Love,” Jennifer Lopez

“No Hero: The Evolution on a Navy SEAL,” Mark Owen

“As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust: A Flavia de Luce Novel,” Alan Bradley