New fiction at the Fulton County Library includes “The Scottish Prisoner” by Diana Gabaldon, “Micro” by Michael Crichton, “Aleph” by Paul Coelho, “Prague Cemetery” by Umberto Eco, “IQ84” by Murakami Haruki, “ Death Comes to Pemberley” by P.D. James, “Out of Oz” by Gregory Maguire, “11/22/63” by Stephen King, and “Explosive Eighteen” by Janet Evanovich.
New nonfiction includes “Aging Our Way: Lessons for Living From 85 and Beyond” by Meika Loe, “Artisan Flatbread and Pizza in Five Minutes” by Jeff Hertzberg, “ How to Feel Good: 20 Things Teens Can Do” by Tricia Mangan, “Seal Target Geronimo: The Inside Story of the Mission to Kill Osama Bin Ladin” by Chuck Pfarrer, “Take Back Your Back: Everything You Need to Know to Effectively Manage and Reverse Back Pain” by Beth Murinson, “Nearing Home: Life, Faith and Finishing” by Billy Graham, and “Sybil Exposed” by Debbie Nathan.
New items at the Hustontown Branch include “Christmas Treasures” by Thomas Kincade, “ Zero Day” by David Baldacci, “V is for Vengeance” by Sue Grafton, “Drop” by “Michael Connelly, “The Next Always” by Nora Roberts, “Christmas in Sugarcreek” by Shelley Shepard Gray, “A Log Cabin Christmas” by Wanda Brunstetter, and “The Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy” by Roger Harms.
The library’s fund drive is under way. You can help support your library by sending a donation or by going to the library’s Web page at fultoncountylibrary.org and clicking on Just Give to donate with a credit card. You can also pick a star from our Christmas tree and donate the amount on the star toward items such as books, envelopes, stamps, laminate and other items the library needs.