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Coming in February

Fiction

Ault, Sandi. Wild Penance: A Wild Mystery.

Agent Jessica Wild witnesses a bizarre murder, which she begins to suspect is the work of Los Penitentes, a secret, ancient religious group that reenacts Jesus' crucifixion and practices excessive penance.

Balogh, Mary. A Matter of Class.

Lady Annabelle Ashton and Reginald Mason are forced to marry each other for different reasons.

Bova, Ben. Able One.

The United States is depending on Able One , a modified 747 with missile-bending laser capabilities and an untested crew, to defend the country against North Korea's nuclear missiles.

Bohjalian, Chris. Secrets of Eden.

Bradley, Alan. The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag: A Flavia de Luce Mystery.

Damsgaard, Shirley. The Seventh Witch.

Edwards, Martin. The Serpent Pool.
Fourth in the Lake District series.

Harrison, Kim. Black Magic Sanction.
A coven accuses witch Rachel Morgan of consorting with demons

Hill, Joe. Horns. Morrow.
From the author of Heart-Shaped box, comes another supernatural thriller. Lustbader, Eric Van. Last Snow.

Myers, Tamar. Butter Safe Than Sorry: A Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery with Recipes.

Patterson, James. Worst Case.
A kidnapper takes the rich hostage and quizzes them on the cost of their wealth.

Simmons, Dan. Black Hills.
A Sioux named Paha Sapa, who fought in Custer's last stand, still feels haunted by the general's ghost many years later.

Non-Fiction

Batuman, Elif. The Possessed: Adventures with Russian Books and the People Who Read Them.

Blum, Deborah. The Poisoner's Handbook: Murder and the Birth of Forensic Medicine in Jazz Age New York.
Blum investigates chief medical examiner Charles Norris and toxicologist Alexander Gettler, whose efforts to understand how toxins work significantly advanced the science of forensics.


Dow, David R. The Autobiography of an Execution.
The litigation director of the Texas Defender Service and professor at the University of Houston Law Center takes a look at the Texas execution system.

Johnson, Marilyn. This Book Is Overdue! How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save Us All

Mayo Clinic & Donald Hensrud. The Mayo Clinic Diet.

Skloot, Rebecca. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.

Without her or her family's knowledge Doctors removed cells from Henrietta to used them to create the first immortal human cell line grown in culture-with important consequences for cancer research, in vitro developments, gene mapping, and more.

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