New Christian Fiction at the library includes A Welcome at Our Door by Amy Clipston, #4 in her Amish Homestead series; The Brides of the Big Valley, 3 Romances from a Unique Pennsylvania Amish Community by Wand E. Brunstetter.
New for Young Adults: Harley Merlin and the Challenge of Chaos, book 8 in this series by Bella Forrest
New Fiction: Lost Roses by Martha Hall Kelly, this new novel is set a generation before her novel The Lilac Girls; Resistance Women by Jennifer Chiverini; The Long Road Home by Richard Paul Evans,#3 in his Broken Road series; The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton; The Summer of Sunshine & Margot; Mrs. Everything by Jennifer Weiner and finally a book by one of my favorite authors Lorna Landvik, Chronicles of a Radical Hag (with Recipes). This is the story of a small town in Minnesota, its newspaper and how its residents are affected by illness and death of a long term columnist for the paper. Ms. Landvik writes with humor and understanding of small town life.
Mysteries: Skin Game by Stuart Woods, a Teddy Faye novel featuring Stone Barrington; A Dangerous Place by Jacqueline Winspear, the 11th Maise Dobbs novel; Before She Was Found by Iowa author Heather Gudenkauf and the Renegades by T. Jefferson Parker, A Charlie Hood novel.
Nonfiction: Wild Bill The True Story of the American Frontier's First Gunfighter by Tom Clavin.
Nonfiction for kids: Mistakes that Worked, 40 Familiar Inventions and How They came to Be by Charlotte Foltz Jones.