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Check out these new books at local libraries

The Garfield County library district receives hundreds of new books each month. Here’s a sampling of the most recent acquisitionsFictionGlenwood Springs:-“From the Dust Returned,” Ray Bradbury New Castle-“From the Dust Returned,” Ray Bradbury-“Body of Lies,” Iris Johansen-“Nanny Diaries,” Emma McLaughlin and Nicola KrausSilt-“Nanny Diaries,” Emma McLaughlin and Nicola KrausRifle-“Body of Lies,” Iris Johansen-“Bondwoman’s Narrative,” Hannah CraftsCarbondale-“From the Dust Returned,” Ray Bradbury-“Atonement,” Ian McEwanAll six libraries-“Everything’s Eventual: 14 Dark Tales,” Stephen King-“Golden One,” Elizabeth Peters-“Midnight Runner,” Jack Higgins-“Stone Monkey,” Jeffery Deaver-“Sula,” Toni Morrison-“Summons,” John Grisham-“Three Fates,” Nora Roberts-“Widows Walk,” Robert ParkerNonfictionGlenwood Springs-“Song Flung Up to Heaven,” Maya AngelouNew Castle-“Blinded by the Right,” David Brock-“Knight: My Story,” Bob Knight with Bob Hammel-“Leadership Secrets of Colin Powell,” Oren Harari-“Ultimate Lifetime Diet,” Gary Null-“Stupid White Men and Other Sorry Excuses for the State of the Nation,” Michael Moore-“Small Wonder: Essays,” Barbara KingsolverSilt-“Lucky Man: A Memoir,” Michael J. Fox-“Stupid White Men and Other Sorry Excuses for the State of the Nation,” Michael MooreRifle-“Song Flung Up to Heaven,” Maya Angelou (large print)-“Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News,” Bernard Goldberg-“Lucky Man: A Memoir,” Michael J. Fox-“Stupid White Men and Other Sorry Excuses for the State of the Nation,” Michael MooreParachute-“Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News,” Bernard GoldbergCarbondale-“Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News,” Bernard GoldbergAll six libraries-“Body for Life,” Bill Phillips and Michael D’Orso-“Self Matters,” Phillip C. McGraw-“Wisdom of Menopause,” Christiane Northrup


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