New adult fiction

  • 2015-08Aug-GirlWhoSleptWithGod“The Girl Who Slept with God,” by Val Brelinski, published August 2015
  • “The Madagaskar Plan, by Guy Saville, published August 2015
  • “Make Your Home Among Strangers,” by Jennine Capo Crucet, published August 2015
  • “The Marriage of Opposites,” by Alice Hoffman, published August 2015
  • “The Potter’s Lady,” by Judith Miller, published August 2015
  • “The Secrets of Lake Road,” by Karen Katchur, published August 2015
  • “Trust No One: A Thriller,” by Paul Cleave, published August 2015
  • “Villa America,” by Liza Klaussmann, published August 2015
  • “Wind/Pinball: Two Novels,” by Haruki Murakami, published August 2015
  • “Dragonfish,” by Vu Tran, published August 2015
  • “Badlands,” by C.J. Box, published July 2015
  • “Brush Back,” by Sara Paretsky, published July 2015
  • “Crooked,” by Austin Grossman, published July 2015
  • “Crooked Heart,” by Lissa Evans, published July 2015
  • “The Dying Grass: A Novel of the Nez Perce War,” by William T. Vollmann, published July 2015
  • “Neverwhere,” (Author’s Preferred Text), by Neil Gaiman, published July 2015
  • “Boo,” by Neil Smith, published May 2015
  • “Memory Man,” by David Baldacci, published April 2015
  • “The Dig,” by Cynan Jones, published April 2015
  • “Jack Kerouac: Visions of Cody, Visions of Gerard, Big Sur,” by Jack Kerouac, published March 2015
  • “Our Endless Numbered Days,” by Claire Fuller, published March 2015
  • “Shame and the Captives,” by Thomas Keneally, published February 2015
  • “The Unfortunate Importance of Beauty,” by Amanda Filipacchi, published February 2015
  • “The Kings of London,” by William Shaw, published January 2015
  • “In Some Other World, Maybe,” by Shari Goldhagen, published January 2015

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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.