James Prendergast Library Announces New Titles

The James Prendergast Library has added several new titles to its collection. They include:

FICTION

Airtight by David Rosenfelt. Steven Gallagher is suspected for the murder of Judge Brennan. Gallagher’s brother Chris will do anything to clear his name, even if it means threatening the life of a cop’s brother.

Obituary Writer by Ann Hood. Claire and Vivian live in two different eras but have a connection that will greatly impact one of them. They struggle with marriage, love, grief and the roles of women during times of radical change.

Tuesday’s Gone by Nicci French. A London social worker discovers a client serving tea to a dead con man. Was the man killed to involve Frieda Klein in the investigation, and is she the next target?

Accursed by Joyce Carol Oates

After Rome by Morgan Llywelyn

Airtight by David Rosenfelt

All the Light There Was by Nancy Kricorian

Amity & Sorrow by Peggy Riley

Ashford Affair by Lauren Willig

Blood of Dragons by Robin Hobb

Blood’s Pride by Evie Manieri

Capital Punishment by Robert Wilson

Double Feature by Owen King

Family Way by Rhys Bowen

Farside by Ben Bova

Fly Away by Kristin Hannah

Gate Thief by Orson Scott Card

Iscariot by Tosca Lee

Life After Life by Kate Atkinson

Love Song of Jonny Valentine by Teddy Wayne

Motherland by William Nicholson

Obituary Writer by Ann Hood

Retribution by Adrian Magson

Secrets From the Past by Barbara Taylor Bradford

Shortest Way Home by Juliette Fay

Sleight of Hand by Phillip Margolin

Striker by Clive Cussler

Supervolcano: All Fall Down by Harry Turtledove

Taking Eve by Iris Johansen

Tapestry of Fortunes by Elizabeth Berg

Three Graves Full by Jamie Mason

Truth Stained Lies by Terri Blackstock

Tuesday’s Gone by Nicci French

Unintended Consequences by Stuart Woods

Whiteness of the Whale by David Poyer

Z by Therese Anne Fowler

YOUNG-ADULT FICTION

Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clark

LARGE-PRINT FICTION

Daddy’s Gone A Hunting by Mary Higgins Clark

Death of Yesterday by M. C. Beaton

Don’t Go by Lisa Scottoline

Family Pictures by Jane Green

Guardian by Beverly Lewis

Guilt by Jonathan Kellerman

Killer Librarian by Mary Lou Kirwin

Leaving Everything Most Loved by Jacqueline Winspear

Midnight at Marble Arch by Anne Perry

Outlaws from Afar by Max Brand

Shortest Way Home by Juliette Fay

Six Years by Harlan Coben

Striker by Clive Cussler

Until the End of Time by Danielle Steel

Wanderer by Robyn Carr

Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy

NONFICTION

Gospel of Freedom by Jonathan Rieder. Rieder takes a deep look at the significance of the “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” both its continuing message and importance in the history of civil rights.

Perilous West by Larry E. Morris. There are seven explorers that helped to create the Oregon Trail. Morris brings their stories to life and the impact they had on western expansion.

Secretary by Kim Ghattas. Ghattas provides an inside look at Hillary Clinton’s time as the Secretary of State along with providing an outside view of America’s foreign policy.

Gospel of Freedom by Jonathan Rieder

Karl Marx by Jonathan Sperber

Keep Out by Lee Mothes

King by David Levering Lewis

Perilous West by Larry E. Morris

Rick Steves’ Germany

Rick Steves’ Portugal

Rule of Benedict by Benedict

Secretary by Kim Ghattas

YOUNG-ADULT NONFICTION

Double Victory by Cheryl Mullenbach

LARGE-PRINT NONFICTION

Great Pearl Heist by Molly Caldwell Crosby