New books at Destin Library

Compiled by Sandee Kelly

ADULT NONFICTION

“Super Genes,” by Deepak Chopra.

“Happy Cooking,”Giada De Laurntiis.

“The Death of Cancer,” by Vincent T. DeVita, Jr.

“Woody: The Biography,” by David Evanier.

“And Yet…Essays,” by Christopher Hitchens.

“Vegetarian India,” by Madhur Jaffrey.

“Never Argue with a Dead Person,” by Thomas John.

“Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates,” by Brian Kilmeade.

“Lights Out,” by Ted Koppel

“Wild, Wild Walton,” by Ronnie McBrayer.

“Panhandle to Pan,” Irv Miller.

“John Le Carre: The Biography,” by Adam Sisman.

“Wealth, Poverty and Politics,” by Thomas Sowell.

“Extreme Ownership,” by Jocko Willink.

ADULT FICTION

“The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto,” by Mitch Albom.

“Lord of the Wings,” by Donna Andrews.

“The Heart Goes Last,” by Margaret Atwood.

“Sidney Sheldon’s Reckless,” by Tilly Bagshawe.

“The Guilty,” by David Baldacci.

“Power Surge,” by Ben Bova.

“House of the Rising Sun,” by James Lee Burke.

“The Mistletoe Inn,” by Richard Paul Evans.

“The Three-Nine Line,” by David Freed.

“The Cloud Collector,” by Brian Freemantle.

“The Mare,” by Mary Gaitskill.

“Career of Evil,” by Robert Galbraith.

“Submission,” by Michel Houellebecq.

“A Killing in Zion,” by Andrew Hunt.

“Wars of the Roses: Margaret of Anjou,” by Conn Iggulden.

“Avenue of Mysteries,” by John Irving.

“Shadow Play,” by Iris Johansen.

“Fortune Smiles,” by Adam Johnson.

“Come Rain or Come Shine,” by Jan Karon.

“The Dead Student,” by John Katzenbach.

“Go Set a Watchman,” by Harper Lee.

“Grace Keepers,” by Kirsty Logan.

“Perfect Touch,” by Elizabeth Lowell.

“The Firebug of Balrog County,” by David Oppegaard.

“A Strangeness in My Mind,” by Orhan Pamuk.

“Re Jane,” by Patricia Park.

“Cross Justice,” by James Patterson.

“The Mountain Shadow,” by Gregory David Roberts.

“The Girl from Krakow,” by Alex Rosenberg.

“American Blood,” by Ben Sanders.

YOUNG ADULT FICTION

“My Diary from the Edge of the World,” by Jodi Lynn Anderson.

“The Keeper,” by David Baldacci.

“Confessions of an Imaginary Friend,” by Michelle Cuevas.

“Untwine,” by Edwidge Danticat.

“Da Vinci’s Tiger,” by Laura (L. M.) Elliott.

“The Trouble in Me,” by Jack Gantos.

“November 9,” by Colleen Hoover.

“Believarexic,” by J. J. Johnson.

“Stitching Snow,” by R. C. Lewis.

“Winter,” by Marissa Meyer.

“The Fall,” by James Preller.

“An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes,” by Randy Ribay.

“Tonight the Streets are Ours,” by Leila Sales.

“Zeroes,” by Scott Westerfeld.

“Everything, Everything,” by Nicola Yoon.

JUVENILE FICTION

“Lost. Found,” by Marsha Diane Arnold.

“Over the River & Through the Woods,” by Linda Ashman.

“Little Elliot, Big Family,” by Mike Curato.

“Anna & Elsa: Memory and Magic,” by Eric David.

“We Forgot Brock!,” by Carter Goodrich.

“Mustache Baby Meets His Match,” by Bridget Heos.

“Moletown,” by Torben Kuhlmann.

“Thank You and Good Night,” by Patrick McDonnell.

“Samurai Santa,” by Rubin Pingk.

“Magic Chase and the Gods of Asgard,” by Rick Riordan.

“The Verdict,” by Nick Stone.

“Louis I: King of the Sheep,” by Olivier Tallec.

“The Little Tree,” Muon Van.

“Bug in a Vacuum,” by Melanie Watt.

“Some Things I’ve Lost,” by Cybele Young.

“Ninja Baby,” by David Zeltser.