New this week – January 18, 2016

Week of January 18, 2016

Here is just some of what’s new this week.  Ask for any of these titles at either branch. For tips on how to place a reserve, please visit the Your Account page (for using our online catalogue to reserve a title) or the Waiting Lists page (to get direct assistance).

Almonte Branch


A Red Herring Without Mustard: a Flavia de Luce novel  by Alan Bradley
The Princeling of Nanjing: an Ava Lee novel by Ian Hamilton
The Bitter Season: a Kovac and Liska novel by Tami Hoag
A Sixpenny Song by Jennifer Johnston
The Son by Jo Nesbo
Scandalous Behavior:  a Stone Barrington novel by Stuart Woods

French Fictionaffaire

La trace de l’araignee by Kathy Reichs
L’affaire Marie-Madeleine by J. C. Lattes

French Non-Fiction

Aventure sauvage de la cueillette a l’assiette by Gerald Le Gal


Spark Joy: an illustrated master class on the act of organizing and tidying up by Marie Kondo
Our Turn by Kirstine Stewart
Night by Elie Wiesel
Shift Work:  a biography by Tie Domi


The newsroom, Season 2
Rake, Season 2

Pakenham Branch


Historical Atlas of Weaponry by Brenda Ralph Lewis
The Far Side Gallery 5 by Gary Larson
Traditions of the Navy by Cedric W. Windas
The Bombers and the Bombed by Richard Overy







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