New adult fiction

  • “Circling the Sun,” by Paula McLain, published July 2015
  • “How to Be a Grown-Up,” by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus, published July 2015
  • “Kitchens of the Great Midwest,” by J. Ryan Stradal, published July 2015
  • “The Night Stages,” by Jan Urquhart, published July 2015
  • “Pretty Baby,” by Mary Kubica, published July 2015
  • “The Tale of Genji,” by Shikibu Murasaki, published July 2015
  • “The Flicker Men,” by Ted Kosmatka, published July 2015
  • “Movie Star by Lizzie Pepper,” by Hilary Liftin, published July 2015
  • “The Novel Habits of Happiness: An Isabel Dalhousie Novel (10),” by Alexander McCall Smith, published July 2015
  • “The Redeemers,” by Ace Atkins, published July 2015
  • “The Tournament,” by Matthew Reilly, published July 2015
  • “Armada,” by Ernest Cline, published July 2015
  • “Vanishing Games,” by Roger Hobbs, published July 2015
  • “Palace of Treason,” by Jason Matthews, published June 2015
  • “The Ghost Fields,” by Elly Griffiths, published May 2015
  • “Plague Land,” by Sarah Sykes, published February 2015
  • “Suspended Sentences: Three Novellas,” by Patrick Modiano, published November 2014
  • “Fall of Night,” by Jonathan Maberry, published September 2014
  • “California Bones,” by Greg Van Eekhout, published June 2014
  • “Black Lotus,” by K’Wan, published May 2014
  • “I Am Pilgrim: A Thriller,” by Terry Hayes, published May 2014
  • “The Will,” by Kristen Ashley, published May 2014
  • “Bellweather Rhapsody,” by Kate Racculia, published May 2014
  • “Bird Box,” by Josh Malerman, published May 2014
  • “Norwegian Wood,” by Haruki Murakami, published September 2000

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This is just a sampling of new books now available from any of the four branches of Josephine Community Libraries, thanks to funding from the Carpenter Foundation, the Meyer Memorial Trust, Grants Pass Friends of the Library, and donors like you and your neighbors.