New Books 2022
Dark Hours -- Connelly, Michael -- mystery
Sentence -- Erdich, Louise -- fiction
Hill We Climb -- Gorman, Amanda -- poetry
Immune: A Journey Into the Mysterious System That Keeps You Alive -- Dettmer, Phillip non-fiction
Night Music -- Moyes, Jojo -- fiction
Slow Fire Burning -- Hawkins, Paula -- mystery
Son -- Lowry, Lois -- juvenile fiction, last in the series The Giver
Sweetness of Water -- Harris, Nathan -- historical fiction
The Lincoln Highway -- Towles, Amor -- fiction
Cloud Cuckoo Land -- Doerr, Anthony -- fiction
State of Terror -- Clinton, Hillary and Penny, Louise -- fiction
Credible Threat -- Jance, J.A. -- mystery
Libertie -- Greenidge, Kaitlym -- fiction
Harlem Shuffle Whitehead, Colson (Fiction)
Ray is trying to make a decent life for himself and his family but his hoodlum background keeps encroaching on his efforts.
The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell Dugoni,Robert (Fiction)
Sam was born with red eyes (ocular albinism). As a forty year old adult, he looks back on his life filled with bullies of all sizes and ages and how he stood up to them with remarkable strength.
Squeeze Me Hiaasen, Carl (Fiction)
The mysterious disappearance of a wealthy, elderly socialite from a Palm Beach mansion during a charity gala sets off a manhunt by the local police. She and all the members of her exclusive club are ardent fans of “the Winter White House” resident. Hiaasen captures perfectly the absurdity of our times.
Braiding Sweetgrass Robin Wall Kimmerer
Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants
I Must Betray You Ruta Sepetys (Historical)
A historical thriller that examines the little-known history of a nation defined by silence,
pain, and the unwavering conviction of the human spirit.
Unfinished Business J.A. Jance (Mystery)
An Ali Reynolds mystery
Shadows Reel C.J. Box (Mystery)
Sunlit Weapon Jacqueline Winspear (Mystery)
Book 17 in the Maisie Dobbs series
Oh, William! Elizabeth Strout (Fiction)
Lucy Barton is grieving the loss of her second husband and revisits her
relationship with her first husband. The third book in this series by Elizabeth
Better Off Dead Lee Childs and Andrew Childs (Mystery)
A Jack Reacher story
Bridge of Gods Diane Rios (Young Adult Fiction)
Silver Mountain Series Book 1 - Twelve year old Chloe is an only child living in the remote wilderness of Oregon. She happily spends her days exploring the forests around her home
and is astonished to find the animals seem to know her
White Lies AJ Baime (Biography)
The true story of Walter White, a Black civil rights leader who passed for white in order to investigate racist murders.
Sky and the Wooden Spoon Abraham Barrett (Juvenile Fiction)
Delightful children's book written by a local author.
Coming Through the Slaughter Michael Ondaatje (Fiction)
A ficitonalized version of the life of New Orleans jazz pioneer Buddy Bolden.
Trailed Kathy Miles (Non-fiction)
Journalist, Kathy Miles, investigates the unsolved case of the 1996 murders of two women in Virginia's Shenandoah National Park.
Hatchet Island Paul Doiron (Mystery by Maine Author)
Number 19 in the Mike Bowditch series
Land of Women Maria Sanchez (Non-fiction (memoir))
Part memoir and part rural feminist manifesto, Land of Women acknowledges the
sacrifices of Sánchez’s female ancestors who enabled her to become the woman she is.
The Ministry for the Future Kim Stanley Robinson
A masterpiece of the imagination, using fictional eyewitness accounts to tell the story of how climate change will affect us all.
The First Blade of Sweetgrass Suzanne Greenlaw (Picture Book)
In this Own Voices Native American picture book story, a modern Wabanaki girl is excited
to accompany her grandmother for the first time to harvest sweetgrass basket making.
Run Rose Run Dolly Parton and James Patterson
Run Rose Run is a wonderfully entertaining story of a young, promising, talented singer-
songwriter trying to escape an abusive past and make it in Nashville.
The Indigo Girl Natasha Boyd
An incredible story of dangerous and hidden friendships, ambition, betrayal, and sacrifice. The year is 1739. Eliza Lucas is sixteen years old when her father leaves her in charge of their
family's three plantations in rural South Carolina and then proceeds to bleed the estates dry in pursuit of his military ambitions...