New Materials September 22, 2020

Latest materials at the Athol Public Library!

September 22, 2020


“The Beauty of Broken Things” by Victoria Connelly
“Mother Land” by Leah Franqui
“Old Lovegood Girls” by Gail Godwin
“The Night Swim” by Megan Goldin
“Daughters of Smoke and Fire” by Ava Homa
“Home Before Dark” by Riley Sager
“Case Pending” by Dell Shannon
“Grown Ups” by Emma Jane Unsworth
“The Distant Dead” by Heather Young


“You Can Go Home Now” by Michael Elias
“The Guest List” by Lucy Foley
“Squeeze Me” by Carl Hiaasen
“All the Broken People” by Leah Konen


“Good Boy: My Life in Seven Dogs” by Jennifer Finney Boylan
“Austen Years: A Memoir in Five Novels” by Rachel Cohen
“A Furious Sky: The Five-Hundred-Year History of America's Hurricanes” by Eric Jay Dolin
“Storyville!: An Illustrated Guide to Writing Fiction” by John Dufresne
“Wandering in Strange Lands: A Daughter of the Great Migration Reclaims Her Roots” by Morgan Jerkins
“Hollywood Park” by Mikel Jollett
“The Book of Rosy: A Mother’s Story of Separation at the Border” by Rosayra Pablo Cruz
“Ocean Anatomy” by Julia Rothman
“Coffeeland” by Augustine Sedgewick
“The Bundy Murders” by Kevin M. Sullivan
“Deep Delta Justice: A Black Teen, His Lawyer, and Their Groundbreaking Battle for Civil Rights in the South” by Matthew Van Meter
“More Than Love: An Intimate Portrait of My Mother, Natalie Wood” by Natasha Gregson Wagner
“Kooks and Degenerates on Ice: Bobby Orr, the Big, Bad Bruins, and the Stanley Cup Championship that Transformed Hockey” by Thomas J. Whalen


“Whirlwind” by Janet Dailey
“The Institute” by Stephen King
“The Second Chance Boutique” by Louisa Leaman
“A Question of Betrayal” by Anne Perry
“The Rise of Magicks” by Nora Roberts
“Daddy’s Girls” by Danielle Steel
“Little Disasters” by Sarah Vaughn