New books at Missouri River Regional Library

New Fiction

“Circle of Death” by James Patterson and Brian Sitts (Sci-Fi)

“Viviana Valentine Goes Up the River” by Emily J. Edwards (Mystery)

“Gone to the Wolves” by John Wray (General Fiction)

“Too Wrong to Be Right” by Melonie Johnson (Romance)

“Bright Skies and Dark Horses” by John D. Nesbitt (Western)

“3 Days to Live” by James Patterson (Mystery)

“Bookshop Cinderella” by Laura Lee Guhrke (Romance)

“The Sun Walks Down” by Fiona McFarlane (General Fiction)

“The Scandalous Ladies of London: The Countess” by Sophie Jordan (Romance)

“The Lie Maker” by Linwood Barclay (General Fiction)

New Non-Fiction

“Built From the Fire: The Epic Story of Tulsa’s Greenwood District, America’s Black Wall Street” by Victor Luckerson

“Flowers of Fire: The Inside Story of South Korea’s Feminist Movement and What It Means for Women’s Rights Worldwide” by Hawon Jung

“Orwell: The New Life” by D. J. Taylor

“Women We Buried, Women We Burned” by Rachel Louise Snyder

“Bogie & Bacall: The Surprising True Story of Hollywood’s Greatest Love Affair” by William J. Mann

“Finding Elevation: Fear and Courage on the World’s Most Dangerous Mountain” by Lisa Thompson

“Burn It Down: Power, Complicity, and a Call for a Change in Hollywood” by Maureen Ryan

“America’s First Plague: The Deadly 1793 Epidemic that Crippled a Young Nation” by Robert P. Watson

“To Dye For: How Toxic Fashion is Making Us Sick — And How We Can Fight Back” by Alden Wicker

“Wonder Drug: The Secret History of Thalidomide in America and Its Hidden Victims” by Jennifer Vanderbes

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