NEW BOOKS AT DESTIN LIBRARY Sept. 16

Compiled by Sandee Kelly

ADULT NONFICTION

“Saban: The Making of a Coach,” by Monte Burke.

“People Tools for Love and Relationships,” by Alan C. Fox.

“Driving Hungry,” by Layne Mosler.

“Katrina: After the Flood,” by Gary Rivlin.

“Dome of the Hidden Pavilion,” by James Tate.

“Mess: One Man’s Struggle to Clean Up His House,” by Barry Yourgrau.

“The Fellowship,” by Philip Zaleski.

ADULT FICTION

“Deceptions,” by Kelley Armstrong.

“Margaret Truman’s Internship in Murder,” by Donald Bain.

“Broken Promise,” by Linwood Barclay.

“Circus Mirandus,” by Cassie Beasley.

“A Manual for Cleaning Women,” by Lucia Berlin.

“Bittersweet,” by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore.

“The House of Shattered Wings,” by Aliette de Board.

“Orient,” by Christopher Bollen.

“Little Black Lies,” by Sharon Bolton.

“A Pitying of Doves,” by Steve Burrows.

“The Dog Master,” by W. Bruce Cameron.

“Wildest Dreams,” by Robyn Carr.

“After the Storm,” by Linda Castillo.

“Dead Soon Enough,” by Steph Cha.

“Murder Freshly Baked,” by Vannetta Chapman.

“Make Me,” by Lee Child.

“Oversight,” by Thomas Clabur.

“Pinnacle Event,” by Richard A. Clarke.

“The Gilded Hour,” by Sara Donati.

“Devil’s Bridge,” by Linda Fairstein.

“Tiffany Girl,” by Deeanne Gist.

“The Ways of the World,” by Robert Goddard.

“Tin Men,” by Christopher Golden.

“Collector of Secrets,” by Richard Goodfellow.

“The First Confessor,” by Terry Goodkind.

“Best Boy,” by Eli Gottlieb.

“X,” by Sue Grafton.

“Cash Landing,” by James Grippando.

“If I Could Turn Back Time,” by Beth Harbison.

“The Library at Mount Char,” by Scott Hawkins.

“Black-Eyed Susans,” by Julia Heaberlin.

“The Marriage of Opposites,” by Alice Hoffman.

“The Master Magician,” by Charlie N. Holmberg.

“Zero World,” by Jason M. Hough.

“The Secret of Magic,” by Deborah Johnson.

“The Swede,” by Robert Karjel.

“How to Start a Fire,” by Lisa Lutz.

“School for Sidekicks,” by Kelly McCullough.

“Palace of Treason,” by Jason Matthews.

“White Crocodile,” by K. T. Medina.

“Wishes for Christmas,” by Fern Michaels.

“Three Moments of an Explosion,” by China Mieville.

“The Dinosaur Lords,” by Victor Milan.

“Freedom’s Child,” by Jax Miller.

“The Rocks,” by Peter Nichols.

“Brush Back,” by Sara Paretsky.

“The Color of Light,” by Emilie Richards.

“The Madagaskar Plan,” by Guy Saville.

“Dragonfish,” by Vu Tran.

“The Fifth House of the Heart,” by Ben Tripp.

“Trouble is a Friend of Mine,” by Stephanie Tromly.

“Mermaid,” by Carolyn Turgeon.

“In a Dark, Dark Wood,” by Ruth Ware.

“Who Do You Love,” by Jennifer Weiner.

“Starlight on Willow Lake,” by Susan Wiggs.

“The Secret Life of Violet Grant,” by Beatriz Williams.

“The Cartel,” by Don Winslow.

YOUNG ADULT FICTION

“Never Always Sometimes,” by Adi Alsaid.

“The 13th Reality,” by James Dashner.

“The Accident Season,” by Moira Fowley-Doyle.

“Dryland,” by Sara Jaffe.

“A History of Glitter and Blood,” by Hannah Moskowitz.

“A Book of Spirits and Thieves,” by Morgan Rhodes.

“Don’t Stay Up Late,” by R. L. Stine.

“Liars, Inc.,” by Paula Stokes.

“Landfall,” by Ellen Urbani.

“Press Start to Play,” by Daniel H. Wilson.

JUVENILE FICTION

“The Skunk,” by Mac Barnett.

“The Land of Stories: Beyond the Kingdom,” by Chris Colfer.

“AB See,” by Elizabeth Doyle.

“Stick and Stone,” by Beth Ferry.

“George,” by Alex Gino.

“The Little Gardener,” by Emily Hughes.

“Clayton Stone, At Your Service,” Ena Jones.

“Firefly Hollow,” by Alison McGhee.

“Friends for Life,” by Andrew Norriss.

“Just My Rotten Luck,” by James Patterson.

“Outlaw Pete,” by Bruce Springsteen.

“Scrap City,” by D. S. Thornton.

“Bear Counts,” by Karma Wilson.