Prendergast Library Adds Several Titles To Collection

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

FICTION

Anonymous Sources by Mary Louise Kelly. Alex James finds herself on the story of a lifetime when she covers the death of Thom Carlyle, a powerful man in Washington. But not all is as it seems and Alex finds herself going from the hunter to the hunted.

Kind of Cruel by Sophie Hannah. Amber Hewerdine visits a hypnotherapist to help with her insomnia and hears herself saying, “Kind, cruel, kind of cruel” while under hypnosis. These words may be the key to clearing her name after she is arrested for murder.

Visitation Street by Ivy Pochoda. Two fifteen-year-olds decide to take a raft out into the bay of Red Hook, Brooklyn on a summer night. Only one comes back and the disappearance of the other impacts the entire neighborhood.

& Sons by David Gilbert

1984 by George Orwell

7 Miles a Second by David Wojnarowicz

Accidents Happen by Louise Millar

Age of Ice by J. M. Sidororva

Agent Gates and the Secret Adventures of Devonton Abbey by Camaren Subhiyah

All the Summer Girls by Meg Donohue

Almost Criminal by E. R. Brown

Anonymous Sources by Mary Louise Kelly

Ballistics by D. W. Wilson

Baskerville by John O’Connell

Being Esther by Miriam Karmel

Big Girl Panties by Stephanie Evanovich

Black Magic by Russell James

Black Venus by James MacManus

Bright and Yellow, Hard and Cold by Tim Chapman

Brilliance by Marcus Sakey

Brooklyn Bones by Triss Stein

Cannery Row by John Steinbeck

City by Stella Gemmell

Classic Horror Stories by H. P. Lovecraft

Claws of the Cat by Susan Spann

Cleaner of Chartres by Salley Vickers

Clever Fox by Jeanine Pirro

Confessions of Al Capone by Loren D. Estleman

Conspiracy of Faith by Jussi Adler-Olsen

Countdown City by Ben H. Winters

Couriers by Brian Wood

Courting Greta by Ramsey Hootman

Curiosity by Stephen Kiernan

Darkness Before Dawn by Ace Collins

Daughter of Jerusalem by Joan Wolf

Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales by Randy Singer

Death Angel by Linda Fairstein

Doughnut by Tom Holt

Drift by Jon McGoran

Duchess of Drury Lane by Freda Lightfoot

Eleven Days by Lea Carpenter

Enchanted Life of Adam Hope by Rhonda Riley

Every Broken Trust by Linda Rodriguez

Everybody Has Everything by Katrina Onstad

Everyone Says That at the End of the World by Owen Egerton

Executioner’s Heart by George Mann

Exiles by Allison Lynn

Eye for an Eye by Ben Coes

False as the Day is Long by Sandra J. Robson

Favor by Megan Hart

Fin & Lady by Cathleen Schine

Fire Witness by Lars Kepler

Firebird by Susanna Kearsley

Five Star Billionaire by Tash Aw

Gamal by Ciaran Collins

Genius by Steven T. Seagle

Get Jiro! by Anthony Bourdain

Ghost Spin by Chris Moriarty

Ghosts of Bungo Suido by P. T. Deutermann

Gone South by Meg Moseley

Gone With the Win by Mary Daheim

Good Daughter by Jane Porter

Good Dog by Graham Chaffee

Good People by Ewart Hutton

Grail of the Summer Stars by Freda Warrington

Heiress of Winterwood by Sarah Ladd

Hell or Richmond by Ralph Peters

Hen of the Baskervilles by Donna Andrews

Here I Go Again by Jen Lancaster

Highway by C. J. Box

Humanity Project by Jean Thompson

Hunting Eve by Iris Johansen

I, Hogarth by Michael Dean

I’ll Be Seeing You by Suzanne Hayes

I’ll Get By by Janet Woods

If the Shoe Fits by Megan Mulry

If You Were Here by Alafair Burke

Illusion of Separateness by Simon Van Booy

Illusions of Happiness by Elizabeth Lord

In the House Upon the Dirt Between the Lake and the Woods by Matt Bell

Iron King by Maurice Druon

Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop & Caf by Mary Simses

It’s Not Love, It’s Just Paris by Patricia Engel

Josh Whoever by Michael Guillebeau

Kerrigan in Copenhagen by Thomas E. Kennedy

Kind of Cruel by Sophie Hannah

Kiss Me First by Lottie Moggach

Lady Flirts With Death by Peg Herring

Last Whisper in the Dark by Tom Piccirilli

Last Word by Lisa Lutz

Letters From Skye by Jessica Brockmole

Light of the World by James Lee Burke

List by Karin Tanabe

Little Elvises by Timothy Hallinan

London Falling by Paul Cornell

Longings of Wayward Girls by Karen Brown

Loteria by Mario Alberto Zambrano

Love at Any Cost by Julie Lessman

Lovebird by Natalie Brown

Masaryk Station by David Downing

Matter of Trust by Lis Wiehl

Meet Me at the Cupcake Caf by Jenny Colgan

Memories of a Marriage by Louis Begley

Missing File by D. A. Mishani

More Bitter Than Death by Camilla Grebe

Murder at the Castle by Jeanne M. Dams

Murder Below Montparnasse by Cara Black

Neptune’s Brood by Charles Stross

Never List by Koethi Zan

Night Pilgrims by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro

Not the Killing Type by Lorna Barrett

One Heart to Win by Johanna Lindsey

One Thousand and One Nights by Hanan Al-Shaykh

Onion Street by Reed Farrel Coleman

Open Heart by Harry Kraus

Out of Range by Hank Steinberg

Panopticon by Jenni Fagan

Path of the Wicked by Caro Peacock

Pepperland by Barry Wightman

Perils of the Night by James Runcie

Pink Hotel by Anna Stothard

Place at the Table by Susan Rebecca White

Place of Hope by Anna Jacobs

Rage by Gene Kerrigan

Rescue For a Queen by Fiona Buckley

Riverside Drive by Michael Januska

Sandrine’s Case by Thomas H. Cook

Sea Change by S. M. Wheeler

Seduction by M. J. Rose

Shadow on the Crown by Patricia Bracewell

Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes

Skinner by Charlie Huston

Something to Remember You By by Gene Wilder

Sparta by Roxana Robinson

Storm Riders by Margaret Weis

Submergence by J. M. Ledgard

Ten White Geese by Gerbrand Bakker

Terrorist Next Door by Sheldon Siegel

The Bat by Jo Nesbo

There was an Old Woman by Hallie Ephron

Thieves’ Quarry by D. B. Jackson

Thousand Names by Django Wexler

Til Death Do Us Part by Sara Fraser

Time of My Life by Cecelia Ahern

Translator by Nina Schuyler

Tunnel Out of Death by Jamil Nasir

Turn of Light by Julie E. Czerneda

Twelfth Department by William Ryan

Unleashed by David Rosenfelt

Vanity Fare by Megan Caldwell

Violet Hour by Katherine Hill

Visitation Street by Ivy Pochoda

Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman

We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo

Wednesday Daughters by Meg Waite Clayton

Well by Stephanie Landsem

When Mocking Birds Sing by Billy Coffey

When the Morning Glory Blooms by Cynthia Ruchti

Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple

White Princess by Philippa Gregory

Why of Things by Elizabeth Hartley Winthrop

Widow Waltz by Sally Koslow

Widows Strike by Brad Taylor

Wishing on Willows by Katie Ganshert

Wisp of a Thing by Alex Bledsoe

Year’s Best Science Fiction. 30th Annual Collection

LARGE-PRINT FICTION

Ashton Park by Murray Pura

First Sight by Danielle Steel

Killer Ambition by Marcia Clark

YOUNG-ADULT FICTION

45 Pounds by K. A. Barson. Two months before her aunt’s wedding, Ann needs to lose 45 pounds to fit into her bridesmaid dress. As the summer progress, Ann learns more about her family’s problems and how focused society is on weight.

If He Had Been with Me by Laura Nowlin. Autumn and Finn grew up as childhood friends but grew apart as teenagers. Had one thing been different, their lives could have taken a different turn.

Red Handed by Matt Kindt. In Red Wheelbarrow, Detective Gould has not met a crime he could not solve. But a set of random and unusual crimes have him stumped.

45 Pounds by K. A. Barson

Angel by James Patterson

If He Had Been With Me by Laura Nowlin

Incarceron by Catherine Fisher

Poison Princess by Kresley Cole

Red Handed by Matt Kindt

Sapphique by Catherine Fisher

Think Tank by Matt Hawkins

NONFICTION

America Bewitched by Owen Davies. The Salem witch trials were not the end of witchcraft in America. Davies examines the history of witchcraft and those accused of it after Salem and how it has shaped various groups.

Living and Dying in Brick City by Sampson Davis. Davis, who grew up in inner-city Newark and is now a physician, details the state of healthcare in inner-cities. Along with his insight, he provides practical advice.

Water, Peace and War by Brahma Chellaney. Water is necessary to sustain life. Chellaney argues that water is an undervalued and underappreciated resource, but that it can also impact international peace and security.

America Bewitched by Owen Davies

Andrew Johnson by Annette Gordon-Reed

Anne Frank by Melissa Muller

Antarctica by David Day

Art of Seamless Knitting by Simona Merchant-Dest

Balance by Nik Wallenda

Blog Design for Dummies by Melissa Culbertson

Brilliant Blunders by Mario Livio

Call the Midwife by Jennifer Worth

Day Lincoln Was Almost Shot by Benjamin Franklin Cooling

Dogtripping by David Rosenfelt

Double Double by Martha Grimes

Eating Expectantly by Bridget Swinney

Eating on the Wild Side by Jo Robinson

Encountering Gorillas by James L. Newman

Finding God Beyond Religion by Tom Stella

Fourth Gospel by John Shelby Spong

Fracking

Full Upright and Locked Position by Mark Gerchick

Guyasuta and the Fall of Indian America by Brady J. Crytzer

Harley in the Barn by Tom Cotter

Human Spark by Jerome Kagan

Kafka: the Years of Insight by Reiner Stach

Last Viking by Stephen R. Brown

Last Vikings by Kirsten A. Seaver

Learning PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, & CSS by Robin Nixon

Living and Dying in Brick City by Sampson Davis

Living the Good Long Life by Martha Stewart

Longest Road by Philip Caputo

Lost Cause by James P. Muehlberger

Milky Way by William H. Waller

Northern Ireland by Feargal Cochrane

Peacebuilding in Community Colleges

People’s Guide to the Federal Budget

Remarkable Women in New York State History

Roberts Court by Marcia Coyle

Saving the Season by Kevin West

Shirley Jones

Skies Belong to Us by Brendan I. Koerner

So You Think You Know Baseball? by Peter E. Meltzer

Starting an Online Business for Dummies by Greg Holden

Stonehenge by Mike Parker Pearson

Tell Me a Story by Elaine Reese

Thieves of Book Row by Travis McDade

This Town by Mark Leibovich

Ultimate Harley-Davidson by Hugo Wilson

Water, Peace, and War by Brahma Chellaney

Wealth and Power by Orville Schell

What Doctors Feel by Danielle Ofri

Why the Catholic Church Must Change by Margaret Nutting Ralph

LARGE-PRINT NONFICTION

Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown