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Bourdain Delivers Top Home Cooking Recipes

 

November 21, 2016



These new books are now available at the Transylvania County Library:

Fiction

Baldacci, David. “No Man’s Land.” Thirty years ago, John Puller’s and Paul Rogers’ lives met head-on, and the truth about Puller’s mother was seemingly buried forever. But when Puller learns that some people think his own father killed his mother, he joins with his brother to find the truth behind what happened. At the same time, Rogers is out of prison and is taking his own journey to the truth. (FIC BAL)

Clark, Mary Higgins and Alafair Burke. “The Sleeping Beauty Killer.” The third installment in the Under Suspicion series, TV producer Laurie Moran puts herself in jeopardy when she helps a woman, Casey, whom she believes has been wrongly accused of murdering her fiancé. Casey happily agrees to let Laurie and the news team help prove her innocence. (M FIC CLA)

Cornwell, Patricia. “Chaos.” While riding her bike on a clear, sunny day, a young woman is killed, and the initial investigation points to lightning as the culprit. But Scarpetta knows better, especially after she begins receiving a series of peculiar poems containing hints that the murder is much more corrupt than it first appears. (M FIC COR)

Evans, Richard Paul. “The Mistletoe Secret.” LBH is a lonely blogger in Utah, putting her sadness into words so she feels some sense of belonging in the world. Alex Bartlett, who is also lonely and sad, reads LBH’s blog from Florida and feels drawn to meet her. After Thanksgiving Alex travels across the country to meet the woman he believes will mend his broken heart. (FIC EVA)

Nonfiction

Bourdain, Anthony and Laurie Woolever. “Appetites.” In his first cookbook in over a decade, master chef and world-traveler Anthony Bourdain has gathered the recipes that he thinks everyone should know how to cook. Less “bad boy” and more “home-cooking” than his previous cookbooks, Bourdain shares his favorite meals that will wow even the pickiest guests with little effort. (641.5 BOU)

Buckley, Jr., William F. and James Rosen. “A Torch Kept Lit: Great Lives of the Twentieth Century.” Known as the “godfather of modern American conservatism” William F. Buckley led a life of fortune and fame. He founded National Review, hosted the talk show Firing Line, and wrote eulogies for very famous people. Elvis, MLK, Jr., and Churchill are among lives covered in this book’s tributes. (973.91 BUC)

Nyberg, Ann. “Remembering Katharine Hepburn: Stories of Wit and Wisdom about America’s Leading Lady.” She was talented, beautiful, and kind. Katharine Hepburn was also spunky, bold, and confident — very different from most women of her day that were in the spotlight. Nyberg recounts memories of Hepburn from stories told to her by those who were closest to the unique actress. (B Hepburn)

Schiot, Molly. “Game Changers: The Unsung Heroines of Sports History.” Schiot began an Instagram account that focused on many of the forgotten female athletes who changed sport over the past century. This book is Schiot’s next step. It is filled with pictures and stories that showcase historical female “game changers.” (796.0922 SCH)

 
 

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