New books at Destin Library

Compiled by Sandee Kelly


“The Arsenal of Democracy,” by A. J. Baime.

“Live Right and Find Happiness,” by Dave Barry.

“41: A Portrait of My Father,” by George W. Bush.

“The History of THE BOOK in 100 Books,” by Roderick Cave.

“Hard Choices,” by Hillary Rodham Clinton.

“American Made,” by Dan DiMicco.

“A Kim Jong-Il Production,” by Paul Fischer.

“Finding Jesus,” by David Gibson.

“Future Crimes,” by Marc Goodman.

“Mind Change,” by Susan Greenfield.

“Lusitania,” by Greg King.

“Get What’s Yours,” by Laurence J. Kotlikoff.

“The Lagoon,” by Armand Marie Leroi.

“Stop the Coming Civil War,” by Michael.

“What If,” by Randall Munroe.

“Rise of ISIS,” by Jay Sekulow.

“The Case For Grace,” by Lee Strobel.


“Green on Blue,” by Elliot Ackerman.

“The Alphabet House,” by Jussi Adler-Olsen.

“After Birth,” by Elisa Albert.

“A Touch of Stardust,” by Kate Alcott.

“First Frost,” by Sarah Addison Allen.

“She Weeps Each Time You’re Born,” by Quan Barry.

“The Ghost Runner,” by Parker Bilal.

“See How Small,” by Scott Blackwood.

“The Forgotten Girls,” by Sara Blaedel.

“The Edge of Dreams,” by Rhys Bowen.

“A History of Loneliness,” by John Boyne.

“As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust,” by Alan Bradley.

“The Art of Arranging Flowers,” by Lynne Branard.

“The Whites,” by Harry Brandt.

“Dreamless,” by Jorgen Brekke.

“Dead Heat,” by Patricia Briggs.

“Into the Savage Country,” by Shannon Burke.

“The Forgetting Place,” by John Burley.

“The Fifth Gospel,” by Ian Caldwell.

“The List,” by Anne Calhoun.

“The Great Liars,” by Jerry Jay Carroll.

“The Tutor,” by Andrea Chapin.

“Among Thieves,” by John Clarkson.

“The Way into Chaos,” by Harry Connolly.

“Empire,” by John Connolly.

“Outline,” by Rachel Cusk.

“The Deep,” by Nick Cutter.

“The Only Ones,” by Carola Dibbell.

“Loot,” by Aaron Elkins.

“A Murder of Magpies,” by Judith Flanders.

“Double Fudge Brownie Murder,” by Joanne Fluke.

“Let Me Be Frank With You,” by Richard Ford.

“The Siege Winter,” by Ariana Franklin.

“Season of Fear,” by Brian Freeman.

“The Geneva Strategy,” by Jamie Freveletti.

“End Game,” by John Gilstrap.

“Last Days of the Condor,” by James Grady.

“Murder on High Holborn,” by Susanna Gregory.

“Condemned to Death,” by Cora Harrison.

“The Big Seven,” by Jim Harrison.

“Star Fall,” by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles.

“The Final Recollection of Charles Dickens,” by Thomas Hauser.

“The Girl on the Train,” by Paula Hawkins.

“The Secrets of Midwives,” by Sally Hepworth.

“Malice,” by Keigo Higashino.

“The Soul of Discretion,” by Susan Hill.

“Funny Girl,” by Nick Hornby.

“Driving the King,” by Ravi Howard.

“Black River,” by S. M. Hulse.

“Hot Head,” by Simon Ings.       

“Renegade Son,” by Lisa Jackson.

“A Brief History of Seven KillinGs,” by Marlon James.

“Cold Betrayal,” by J. A. Jance.

“Done in One,” by Grant Jerkins.

“She Will Build Him a City,” by Raj Kamal Jha.

“Welcome to Braggsville,” by T. Geronimo Johnson.

“The First Bad Man,” by Miranda July.

“Breaking Creed,” by Alex Kava.

“Motive,” by Jonathan Kellerman.

“The Unquiet Dead,” by Ausma Zehanat Khan.

“Dreaming Spies,” by Laurie R. King.

“The Perfect Game,” by Leslie Dana Kirby.

“Call Me Home,” by Megan Kruse.

“I Am Radar,” by Reif Larsen.

“Irene,” by Pierre Lemaitre.

“Murder of the Ile Sordou,” by M. L. Longworth.

“Miracle at the Higher Grounds Café,” by Max Lucando. 

“The Magician’s Lie,” by Greer Macallister.

“A String of Beads,” by Thomas Perry.

“Night Film,” by Marisha Pessl.

“Prodigal Son,” by Danielle Steel.

“A Spool of Blue Thread,” by Anne Tyler.

“Find Me,” by Laura Van Den Berg.

“Dogwood Hill,” by Sherryl Woods.

“Frog,” by Mo Yan.