New books at Destin Library

Compiled by Sandee Kelly


“Not Forgotten: The True Story of My Imprisonment…” by Kenneth Bae.

“Best State Ever,” by Dave Barry.

“The Origins of Everything in 100 Pages …,” by David Bercovici.

“The Universe Has Your Back,” by Gabrielle Bernstein.

“The Art of Waiting,” by Belle Boggs.

“The Voices of Martyrs,” by Maurice Broaddus.

“The First Love Story: Adam, Eve, and Us,” by Bruce Feiler.

“The Stranger in the Woods,” by Michael Finkel.

“Norse Mythology,” by Neil Gaiman.

“The Power of Faith: When Tragedy Strikes,” by Chris Norton.

“Old School: Life in the Sane Lane,” by Bill O’Reilly.

“Wild Nights: How Taming Sleep…,” by Benjamin Reiss.

“Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without…” by Kim Scott.


“The Devil Crept In,” by Ania Ahlborn.

“The Hollywood Daughter,” by Kate Alcott.

“Nine Island,” by Jane Alison.

“This Was a Man,” by Jeffrey Archer.

“The Bear and the Nightingale,” by Katherine Arden.

“The Idiot,” by Elif Batuman.

“A Simple Favor,” by Darcey Bell.

“Pines,” by Blake Crouch.

“A Divided Spy,” by Charles Cummings.

“The Cutthroat,” by Clive Cussler.

“Clownfish Blues,” by Tim Dorsey.

“In the Name of the Family,” by Sarah Dunant.

“A Shattered Circle,” by Kevin Egan.

“The Gargoyle Hunters,” by John Freeman Gill.

“Treason,” by Newt Gingrich.

“Death’s Mistress,” by Terry Goodkind.

“Darkest Journey,” by Heather Graham.

“The Rising,” by Heather Graham.

“Most Dangerous Place,” by James Grippando.

“The Devil and Webster,” by Jean Hanff Korelitz.

“The Turn,” by Kim Harrison.

“Old Bones,” by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles.

“Rabbit Cake,” by Annie Hartnett.

“Celine,” by Peter Heller.

“The Mother’s Promise,” by Sally Hepworth.

“Edgar & Lucy,” by Victor Lodato.

“The Lost Book of the Grail,” by Charles C. Lovett.

“Girl in Disguise,” by Greer Macallister.

“If Not for You,” by Debbie Macomber.

“One of the Boys,” by Daniel Magariel.

“A Twist of the Knife,” by Becky Masterman.

“Blue Light Yokohama,” by Nicholas Obregon.

“The Lucky Ones,” by Julianne Pachico.

“Purgatory Road,” by Samuel Parker.

“Say Nothing,” by Brad Parks.

“Humans, Bow Down,” by James Patterson.

“The Collapsing Empire,” by John Scalzi.

“The Woman on the Stairs,” by Bernhard Schlink.

“Watching Edie,” by Camilla Way.

“The Blood Mirror,” by Brent Weeks.

“Children of the New World,” by Alexander Weinstein.

“Katherine of Aragon: The True Queen,” by Alison Weir.

“Spymaster,” by Margaret Weis.

“The Guests on South Battery,” by Karen White.

“In the Barren Ground,” by Loreth Anne White.

“Mangrove Lightning,” by Randy Wayne White.

“The Shimmering Road,” by Hester Young.


“Sharkman,” by Steve Alten.

“Hag-Seed,” by Margaret Atwood.

“The Marriage Lie,” by Kimberly Belle.

“Soldier,” by Julie Kagawa.

“Fatal,” by John Lescroart.

“Down These Strange Streets,” by George R. R. Martin.

“The Missing Matisse,” by Pierre H. Matisse.

“Filthy Rich,” by James Patterson.


“King’s Cage,” by Victoria Aveyard.

“Bluff,” by Julie Dill.

“Daughter of the Pirate King,” by Tricia Levenseller.

“All We Have Left,” by Wendy Mills.

“From Ant to Eagle,” by Alex Lyttle.

“Carve the Mark,” by Veronica Roth.


“If I Could Drive, Mama,” by Cari Best.

“The Fox Who Ate Books,” by Franziska Biermann.

“Groundhog’s Runaway Shadow,” by David Biedrzycki.

“The Queen of the Frogs,” by Davide Cali.

“The Chickens Build a Wall,” by Jean-Francois Dumont.

“I Am (Not) Scared,” by Anna Kang.

“Big Cat,” by Ethan Long.

“The Sheep Who Hatched an Egg,” by Gemma Merino.

“Bob, Not Bob,” by Liz Garton Scanlon.

“Nanette’s Baguette,” by Mo Willems.

“Something Very Sad Happened,” by Bonnie Zucker.