Prendergast Library Adds New Titles

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

FICTION

Bark by Lorrie Moore. Moore has written eight short stories that explore the sorrows and hilarity of life.

I Am Abraham by Jerome Charyn. A novel told from Abraham Lincoln’s point of view starting from his time as a lawyer and going to right before his assassination. Charyn provides a portrait of Lincoln’s life and the Civil War.

Wake by Anna Hope. Through five days in 1920 London, three women deal with the aftermath of World War I and its impact on the men they know.

After I’m Gone by Laura Lippman

All the Happiness You Deserve by Michael Piafsky

Archetype by M. D. Waters

Bark by Lorrie Moore

Burning Paradise by Robert Charles Wilson

Chase by Janet Evanovich

Cockroach by Jo Nesbo

Cross of Vengeance by Cora Harrison

Daring Ladies of Lowell by Kate Alcott

Dirty Divorce 2 by Miss KP

Dirty Divorce 3 by Miss KP

Dirty Divorce by Miss KP

Empire and Honor by W.E.B. Griffin

Faith of the Fallen by Terry Goodkind

Fear Nothing by Lisa Gardner

Girl on the Golden Coin by Marci Jefferson

Going to Meet the Man by James Baldwin

Golden Notebook by Doris Lessing

Gorilla, My Love by Toni Cade Bambara

I Am Abraham by Jerome Charyn

Informationist by Taylor Stevens

Innocent by Taylor Stevens

Kept by James Scott

Lost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen

Martian by Andy Weir

Queen Sugar by Natalie Baszile

Strange Bodies by Marcel Theroux

Sun and Other Stars by Brigid Pasulka

Supervolcano: Things Fall Apart by Harry Turtledove

This Dark Road to Mercy by Wiley Cash

Vatican Waltz by Roland Mercullo

Vienna Nocturne by Vivien Shotwell

Wake by Anna Hope

Wind is Not a River by Brian Payton

YOUNG-ADULT FICTION

Cold Spell by Jackson Pearce. Kai and Ginny are best friends, but when Kai disappears with a stranger, Ginny goes after them. This is a retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Snow Queen.”

Lily and Taylor by Elise Moser. Taylor is starting over in a new town and becomes friends with Lily. Lily’s abusive boyfriend kidnaps the girls and takes them to a cabin. The two girls struggle with how to handle the situation.

Swagger by Carl Deuker. Jonas moves to Seattle and befriends a fellow basketball player. When Jonas discovers his friend being abused by one of the coaches, Jonas has to make a decision on what to do next.

And We Stay by Jenny Hubbard

Blythewood by Carol Goodman

Cold Spell by Jackson Pearce

Control by Lydia Kang

Dare to You by Katie McGarry

Darkest Path by Jeff Hirsch

Dead Silence by Kimberly Derting

Essence by Kimberly Derting

Fragile Sprits by Mary Lindsey

Frozen by Melissa De La Cruz

Goodbye, Rebel Blue by Shelley Coriell

He Said, She Said by Kwame Alexander

Homicidal Aliens by Brian Yansky

Hysteria by Megan Miranda

If I Stay by Gayle Forman

In-Between by Barbara Stewart

Lady Thief by A. C. Gaughen

Lily and Taylor by Elise Moser

Meet Me at the River by Nina De Gramont

Muckers by Sandra Neil Wallace

Never Come Back by David Bell

Next Big Thing by Sadie Hayes

No Place by Todd Strasser

Offering by Kimberly Derting

Once We Were by Kat Zhang

Pawn by Aimee Carter

Perfect Lies by Kiersten White

Queen’s Choice by Cayla Kluver

Radiant Sky by Jocelyn Davies

Ravage by Jeff Sampson

Shadows by Robin McKinley

Sick by Tom Leveen

Social Code by Sadie Hayes

Sometimes Never, Sometimes Always by Elissa Janine Hoole

Stained by Cheryl Rainfield

Swagger by Carl Deuker

Takedown by Allison Van Diepen

Teardrop by Lauren Kate

Transparent by Natalie Whipple

True Adventures of Nicolo Zen by Nicholas Christopher

Uncrashable Dakota by Andy Marino

Unsouled by Neal Shusterman

Vengeance by Megan Miranda

Wicked Game by Michelle Zink

NONFICTION

Antidote by Barry Werth. Werth explores the history of the pharmaceutical company Vertex and its position in the world of Big Pharma.

Her Best-Kept Secret by Gabrielle Glaser. Glaser investigates the topic of women and drinking in America, from its roots to current day. She also examines possible solutions for those who could use help.

What the Dog Knows by Cat Warren. Warren’s dog Solo is a cadaver dog. She uses her work with Solo to explore the world of working dogs and the science, training and handling that is behind these dogs and their capabilities.

Antidote by Barry Werth

Atomic Accidents by James Mahaffey

Beethoven by John Suchet

Beyond the Job Description by Jesse Sostrin

Big Truck that Went By by Jonathan M. Katz

Burqas, Baseball, and Apple Pie by Ranya Tabari Idliby

Can Gun Control Reduce Violence? by Patricia D. Netzley

Chancellorsville by Stephen W. Sears

Conversational Intelligence by Judith E. Glaser

Cracking the Particle Code of the Universe by John W. Moffat

Cybersecurity and Cyberwar by P. W. Singer

Dedicated to God by Abbie Reese

Designer Cross Stitch Projects

Education Nation by Milton Chen

Essential First Steps for Parents of Children with Autism by Lara Delmolino

Extreme Medicine by Kevin Fong

Gap by Thomas Suddendorf

Global Vatican by Francis Rooney

Healthy Homemade Pet Food Cookbook by Barbara Taylor-Laino

Heart Disease by Regis DeSilva

Her Best-Kept Secret by Gabrielle Glaser

Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom

Hydrofracking by Alex Prud’homme

Jamestown Furniture Industry by Clarence C. Carlson

Magnificent Delusions by Husain Haqqani

Manual of Seed Saving by Andrea Heistinger

Mayo Clinic Guide to Stress-Free Living by Amit Sood

New York Times book of Physics and Astronomy

Out America by Felipe Fernandez-Aermesto

Overfishing by Ray Hilborn

Peterson’s Master the GED Test

Prepared for a Purpose by Antoinette Tuff

Pushcart Prize 2014

Redefining Girly by Melissa Atkins Wardy

Rich and the Rest of Us by Tavis Smiley

Second Machine Age by Erik Brynjolfsson

Shaping Our Nation by Michael BArone

Story of Music by Howard Goodall

Thinking Critically: Stem Cell Research by William Dudley

Traveling Mercies by Anne Lamott

Underdogs by Aaron B. O’Connell

Warriors Don’t Cry by Melba Pattillo Beals

What the Dog Knows by Cat Warren

Windfall by McKenzie Funk