Prendergast Library Adds To Collection

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


American Elsewhere by Robert Jackson Bennett. Wink, New Mexico is a perfect little town. Mona Bright finds that the town’s perfect veneer conceals strange things when she inherits her mother’s house in Wink.

Good Lord Bird by James McBride. Henry, a young slave from the Kansas Territory, finds himself accompanying John Brown disguised as a girl. Brown is unaware of Henry’s true identity, and Henry must keep it that way as he struggles to survive.

Scarlet Macaw by S.P. Hozy. Maris Cousins is an artist in Singapore. After her mentor, Peter Stone, dies, Maris becomes entangled in a mystery involving people who may be connected to Stone.

13: Fall by Robbie Cheuvront

1-800-MICE by Matthew Thurber

A Marker to Measure Drift by Alexander Maksik

Aaron and Ahmed by Jay Cantor

Alive! by Loren D. Estleman

American Elsewhere by Robert Jackson Bennett

Amy Falls Down by Jincy Willett

Are You My Mother? by Alison Bechdel

Arsenic and Old Puzzles by Parnell Hall

Ask Bob by Peter Gethers

Authority by Warren Ellis

Babyaga by Toby Barlow

Black Paths by David B.

Blacklung by Chris Wright

Blood From a Stone by Dolores Gordon-Smith

Blood Makes Noise by Gregory Widen

Blood Song by Anthony Ryan

Brewster by Mark Slouka

Cartel 2 by Ashley

Cartel 3 by Ashley

Cartel by Ashley

Chain of Love by Anne Stuart

Chimera by David Wellington

Chinese Life by Li Kunwu P. Otie

Chose the Wrong Guy, Gave Him the Wrong Finger by Beth Harbison

Cold White Sun by Vicki Delany

Coldest Winter Ever by Sister Souljah

Come Rain, Come Shine by Anne Doughty

Consequences by Sasha Campbell

Daddy’s Maybe by Pat Tucker

Dangerous Fiction by Barbara Rogan

Dark Prairie by John D. Nesbitt

Death Was in the Blood by Linda L. Richards

Deeper Love Inside by Sister Souljah

Dutch by Teri Woods

Dutch III by Teri Woods

Fields by Kevin Maher

Frankie’s Letter by Dolores Gordon-Smith

Girl You Left Behind by JoJo Moyes

Good Lord Bird by James McBride

Good Thief’s Guide to Berlin by Chris Ewan

Gravity of Birds by Tracy Guzeman

Hidden Son by Dianna T. Benson

Internationally Known by Kiki Swinson

Joe the Barbarian by Grant Morrison

Julio’s Day by Gilbert Hernandez

Kick-A** 2 by Mark Millar

Last Kiss Goodbye by Karen Robards

Let Me Go by Chelsea Cain

Let the Dark Flower Blossom by Norah Labiner

Lock & Key by Joe Hill

Loose Ends by Susan Moody

Love and Lament by John Milliken Thompson

Love Minus Eighty by Will McIntosh

Mirror Image by Ice-T

My Friend Dahmer by Derf

New York’s Finest by Kiki Swinson

Queen’s Gambit by Elizabeth Freemantle

Race Across the Sky by Derek Sherman

Saga by Brian K. Vaughan

Scarlet Macaw by S. P. Hozy

Shambling Guide to New York City by Mur Lafferty

Shattered by Kia Dupree

Skull and the Nightingale by Michael Irwin

Social Affair by Pat Tucker

Today is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life by Ulli Lust

Tumbledown by Robert Boswell

Twelve Across by Barbara Delinsky

When David Lost His Voice by Judith Vanistendael


Beautiful Mystery by Louise Penny

Edge of the Earth by Christina Schwarz

First Sight by Danielle Steel

Illusion by Frank Peretti

Last Witness by W.E.B. Griffin

Movement of Stars by Amy Brill

White Princess by Philippa Gregory

Z by Therese Anne Fowler


Asunder by Jodi Meadows. Ana is a new soul in a community where people have been reborn hundreds of times. Her place in the society is uncertain, but Ana must learn to stand up for herself and others.

Ink by Amanda Sun. Katie Greene is having trouble adjusting to life in Japan. When she becomes interested in a schoolmate, strange things begin to happen.

Skinny by Donna Cooner. Ever Davies is haunted by a Skinny, a voice in her head that reminds her about weight. To confront her health issues, Ever undergoes gastric bypass and learns that she still must face her demons.

Asunder by Jodi Meadows

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by April Genevieve Tucholke

Crossed by Ally Condie

Divergent by Veronica Roth

Fox Forever by Mary E. Pearson

Golden Boy by Tara Sullivan

Ink by Amanda Sun

Michael Vey: Rise of the Elgen by Richard Paul Evans

Moment Comes by Jennifer Bradbury

Nantucket Blue by Leila Howland

No Easy Way Out by Dayna Lorentz

Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong by Prudence Shen

Scarlet by Marissa Meyer

September Girls by Bennett Madison

Skinny by Donna Cooner

Warp: The Reluctant Assassin by Eoin Colfer


Crazy Rich by Jerry Oppenheimer. In this unauthorized biography, Oppenheimer has thoroughly researched the family of the Johnson & Johnson dynasty.

Let Freedom Ring by Kitty Kelly. Commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the March on Washington, Kelly provides a narrative to accompany Stanley Treticks photographs of the event.

World is a Carpet by Anna Badkhen. Badkhen documents the life of a carpet weaver in a small Afghan village during the span of year.

1940 by Susan Dunn

Children of Henry VIII by John Guy

Crazy Rich by Jerry Oppenheimer

Creation by Adam Rutherford

End of Night by Paul Bogard

End of the Suburbs by Leigh Gallagher

Fabio’s Italian Kitchen by Fabio Viviani

Fevered by Linda Marsa

Forbidden Music by Michael Haas

Gardening for the Birds by George Adams

Gerald R. Ford by James Cannon

Illustrated Gettysburg Reader by Rod Gragg

Indian Cooking Unfolded by Raghavan Iyer

John Wilkes Booth by W. C. Jameson

Let Freedom Ring by Kitty Kelley

Manson by Jeff Guinn

March on Washington by William P. Jones

My Lunches with Orson by Peter Biskind

Pink Sari Revolution by Amana Fontanella-Khan

Reef Life by Brandon Cole

Truth in Small Doses by Clifton Leaf

World Is a Carpet by Anna Badkhen


Acing the Interview by Tony Beshara

Art of Selling Yourself by Adam Riccoboni

Astronaut Wives Club by Lily Koppel

Call the Midwife by Jennifer Worth

Cronkite’s War by Walter Cronkite

First Sight by Danielle Steel

Heist by Janet Evanovich

How Successful People Think by John C. Maxwell

Joyland by Stephen King

Kill Room by Jeffery Deaver

Light in the Ruins by Chris Bohjalian

TransAtlantic by Colum McCann