BOOKS IN ENGLISH FOR ADULTS

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March 2021

Elliot Ackerman and Admiral James Stavridis : 2034

Russell Banks : Foregone

Steve Berry : The Kaiser’s Web

Harlen Coben : Win

Clive Cussler : Fast Ice

Kazuo Ishiguro : Klara and the Sun

J.A. Jance : Missing and endangered (also available as an ebook)

Julia Kelly : The last garden in England

Stephen King : Later

Donna Leon : Transient desires

JD Robb : Faithless in Death

Charles Todd : Fatal Lie

Nonfiction

Isabelle AllendeSoul of a woman: on impatient love, long life, and good witches

Kaleb Dahlgren : Crossroads: My Story of Tragedy and Resilience as a Humboldt Bronco

Bill Gates : How To Avoid A Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have And The Breakthroughs We Need

Bob Joseph : 21 things you may not know about the Indian Act

Ibrahm X. Kendi (editor): Four Hundred Souls: A Community History Of African America, 1619-2019

Phillippe Sands : The Ratline: The Exalted Life And Mysterious Death Of A Nazi Fugitive

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January – February 2021

Ashley AudrainThe Push

John Banville : Snow

Lily Brooks-Dalton : Good Morning, Midnight

Lisa GardnerBefore she disappeared

Joanna Goodman :  Forgotten Daughter

Matt Haig : The Midnight Library

Kristin Hannah : The Four Winds

Jane Harper : The survivors

Robert Harris : V2

Susan Hill : The benefits of hindsight

Lisa Jackson : You betrayed me

Peter JamesI follow you

Alka Joshi : The Henna artist

Rachel Joyce : Miss Benson’s Beetle

Jonathan Kellerman :  Serpentine 

Jonathan Lethem : The Arrest

Mike Martin : Beneath the surface (Sgt. Windflower #3)

Jim NapierRidley’s War

Glynnis Peters : Forgotten orphan

Douglas Preston : The Scorpion’s Tail

Ali Smith : Summer

Danielle Steel :  Neighbours

Douglas Stuart : Shuggie Bain

Virginia Woolf : Mrs. Dalloway (with a new introduction by Jenny Offill)

Nonfiction

David Attenborough : A Life on Our Planet: My Witness Statement and a Vision for the Future

Lesley M. M. Blume : Fallout: The Hiroshima Cover-up and the Reporter Who Revealed It to the World 

Sanjay Gupta : Keep Sharp: Build a Better Brain at Any Age

Margaret MacMillan : War: How Conflict Shaped Us

Willie O’Rea : Willie: The Game-Changing Story of the NHL’s First Black Player

James PattersonThe last days of John Lennon

Isabel Wilkerson : Caste: the origins of our discontents

YA

Kristin Cashore : Winterkeep

Angie Thomas : Concrete Rose

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December 2020

Jeffrey Archer : Hidden in plain sight

Marie Benedict : The mystery of Mrs. Christie

Mark Cameron : Tom Clancy: Shadow of the dragon

Ernest Cline : Ready Player two

Paulo Coelho : The archer

Robin Cook : Genesis

Clive Cussler (with Boyd Morrison) : Marauder

Janet Evanovich : Fortune and Glory (Tantalizing 27)

Phillipa Gregory : Dark Tides

Lisa Jackson :You betrayed me

Maureen Jennings : November Rain

Lars Kepler : Lazarus

Alexander McCall Smith : How to raise an elephant

Jo Nesbo : The Kingdom

Maggie O’Farrell : Hamnet & Judith

Christopher Paolini : To sleep in a sea of stars

Nora Roberts: Awakening.

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November 2020

Margaret Atwood : Dearly ADOPTED

David Baldacci. Daylight ADOPTED

Jim Butcher. Battle Ground

Lee Child. Sentinel ADOPTED

Michael Connelly. The Law of Innocence ADOPTED 

Vince Flynn. Total Power 

Tana French. The Searcher 

Ian Hamilton. The Diamond Queen of Singapore 

Alice Hoffman. Magic Lessons 

Anthony Horowitz : The Moonflower murders 

Peter James. Find them dead 

Peter James. I follow you 

Sophie Kinsella. Love your life 

Gilly MacMillan. To tell you the truth 

Alexander McCall Smith. To the land of lost friends 

David Mitchell : Utopia Avenue ADOPTED

 James Patterson. Deadly Cross ADOPTED 

Wilbur Smith. Call of the Raven. 

Daniel Steel. All that glitters ADOPTED  

 NONFICTION 

Thomas Homer-Dixon : Commanding Hope 

Yuval Noah Harari : Sapiens: a graphic history 

Barack Obama. A Promised Land    

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 October 2020 

Christa Baker-Kline : Exiles

C. J. Box : Long Range

Sandra Brown : Thick as thieves ADOPTED 

Anne Cleeves : Darkest Evening. 

Elena Ferrante : Lying life of adults ADOPTED 

John Grisham : Time for Mercy ADOPTED 

Yaa Gyasi : Transcendent Kingdom 

Sophie Hannah : The Killings at Kingfisher Hill ADOPTED 

Carl Hiassen : Squeeze me ADOPTED

 Erin Hilderbrand : Troubles in Paradise 

Lisa Jewell : Invisible girl 

Jonathan Kellerman : Half Moon bay 

Thomas King : Indians on Vacation ADOPTED 

Dean Koontz : Elsewhere ADOPTED 

Anne Lambert : Dogs of Winter 

Saleema Nawaz : For the end of the world 

Ian Rankin : Song for Dark Times 

J.D. Robb : Shadows in death   

NONFICTION

 John Allore & Patricia Pearson : Wish You Were Here: A Murdered Girl, a Brother’s Quest and the Hunt for a Serial Killer 

Dani Gordon : The CBD Bible: Cannabis and the Wellness Revolution That Will Change Your Life 

Bob Woodward : Rage 

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August/September 2020 

James Lee Burke: Private cathedral ADOPTED 

Emma Donoghue : The pull of the stars 

Lucy Foley : The guest list 

Ken Follett : The evening and the morning 

Robert Galbraith : Troubled blood 

Frances Itani: The company we keep 

Shari Lapena : The end of her 

Sara Paretsky : Deadlock

 Louise Penny : All the devils are here 

Jodi Picoult : The book of two ways 

David Rosenfelt : Muzzled ADOPTED 

Karin Slaughter : The silent wife 

Nicholas Sparks: The return 

Danielle Steel: Royal 

Ruth Ware : One by one 

Nonfiction 

James Baldwin : The fire next time ADOPTED 

Omid Scobie & Carolyn Durand : Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the making of a modern royal family 

Alex Trebek : The answer is . . . : reflections on my life 

David Waltner-Toews : On pandemics: deadly diseases from bubonic plague to coronavirus