New books at Destin Library

Compiled by Sandee Kelly


“Sick in the Head,” by Judd Apatow.

“The Magic of Math,” by Arthur Benjamin.

“All Simple Things But Time,” by Howard Bernstein.

“Good and Cheap,” by Leanne Brown.

“You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)” by Felicia Day.

“$2.00 a Day,” by Kathryn J. Edin.

“Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life,” by William Finnegan.

“Adventures in Human Being,” by Gavin Francis.

“The Pentagon’s Brain,” by Annie Jacobsen.

“Why Not Me,” by Mindy Kaling.

“Furiously Happy,” by Jenny Lawson.


“Friction,” by Sandra Brown.

“Aeronaut’s Windlass,” by Jim Butcher.

“The Secrets She Keeps,” by Deb Caletti.

“Avelynn,” by Marissa Campbell.

“Come Hell or Highball,” by Maia Chance.

“Sorcerer to the Crown,” by Zen Cho.

“Trust No One,” by Paul Cleave.

“Thin Air,” by Ann Cleeves.

“Did You Ever Have a Family,” by Bill Clegg.

“Everybody Rise,” by Stephanie Clifford.

“The Mistake I Made,” by Paula Daly.

“Undermajordomo Minor ,” by Patrick deWitt.

“The Sunlit Night,” by Rebecca Dinerstein.

“Last Bus to Wisdom,” by Ivan Doig.

“The Scam,” by Janet Evanovich.

“The Eternal World,” by Christopher Farnsworth.

“Dark Ghost,” by Christine Feehan.

“Two Years Eight Monts and Twenty-Eight Nights,” by Salman Rushdie.

“Saturn Run,” by John Sandford.

“Pretty Girls,” by Karin Slaughter.

“Sighing Woman Tea,” by Mark Daniel Seiler.

“The English Spy,” by Daniel Silva.

“Bennington Girls are Easy,” by Charlotte Silver.

“Ghost Fleet,” by P. W. Singer.

“Shards of Hope,” by Nalini Singh.

“The Boyfriend App,” by Katie Sise.

“Early warning,” by Jane Smiley.

“The Complete Patrick Melrose Novels,” by Edward St. Aubyn.

“Goodbye Stranger,” by Rebecca Stead.

“Undercover,” by Danielle Steel.

“Girl Waits with Gun,” by Amy Stewart.

“Trap,” by Robert K. Tanenbaum.

“Brutality,” by Ingrid Thoft.

“A Pattern of Lies,” by Charles Todd.

“Good Fame Citrus,” by Claire Vaye Watkins.

“Updraft,” by Fran Wilde.

“The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps,” by Kai Ashante Wilson.

“World of Trouble,” by Ben H. Winters.

“Naked Greed,” by Stuart Woods.

“Blackbird,” by Tom Wright.

“The Gates of Evangeline,” by Hester Young.


“The Snow Queen,” by Michael Cunningham.

“The Secret Place,” by Tana French.

“Top Secret,” by W. E. B. Griffin.

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

“Go Set a Watchman,” by Harper Lee.

“A Love Like Blood,” by Marcus Sedgwick.

“The Dream Thieves,” by Maggie Stiefvater.


“The One Thing,” by Marci Lyn Curtis.

“The Taking,” by Kimberly Derting.

“A Curious Tale of the In-Between,” by Lauren DeStefano.

“Rogue Wave,” by Jennifer Donnelly.

“Bream Gives Me Hiccups and Other Stories,” by Jesse Eisenberg.

“Court of Fives,” by Kate Elliott.

“Michael Vey: Storm of Lightning,” by Richard Paul Evans.

“The Sleeper and the Spindle,” by Neil Gaiman.

“I Crawl Through It,” by A. S. King.

“When I Am Happiest,” by Rose Lagercrantz.

“Dumplin’: Go Big or Go Home,” by Julie Murphy.

“Fans of the Impossible Life,” by Kate Scelsa.

“Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between,” by Jennifer E. Smith.

“Slasher Girls and Monster Boys,” by April Geneive Tcholke.


“Zen Socks,” by Jon J. Muth.

“Beautiful Hands,” by Kathryn Otoshi.

“Timmy Failure: Now Look What You’ve Done,” by Stephan Pastis.

“Save Rafe!,” by James Patterson.

“Library of Souls,” by Ransom Riggs.

“Jackrabbit McCabe and the Electric Telegraph,” by Lucy Margaret Rozier.

“Your Alien,” by Tammi Sauer.

“Frank Einstein and the Brain Turbo,” by Jon Scieszka.

“I Used to Be Afraid,” by Laura Vaccaro Seeger.

“The Griffin’s Riddle,” by Suzanne Selfors.

“The Marvels,” by Brian Selznick.

“What Pet Should I Get?,” by Dr. Seuss.