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Underwater puppies book Underwater puppies

Casteel, Seth.
779.3297 CASTEEL

The world fell in love with swimming canines in Seth Casteel's first book, Underwater Dogs. Now, in more than 80 previously unpublished portraits of underwater puppies, we see man's best friends at their most playful and exuberant. Each vibrant and colorful underwater image shows off the wild and sublime range of emotions of puppies, cute and irresistible to the very last.

Suggested by Dawn

Garment of shadows book Garment of shadows

King, Laurie R.

The shadows of war are drawing over the ancient city of Fez, and Holmes badly wants the wisdom and courage of his wife, whom he's learned, to his horror, has gone missing. As Holmes searches for her, and Russell, suffering a temporary memory loss, searches for her "self," each tries to crack deadly parallel puzzles before it's too late for them, for Africa, and for the peace of Europe.

Latest book in my favorite mystery series! - Dawn

Meet Paris oyster : a love affair with the perfect food book Meet Paris oyster : a love affair with the perfect food

Guiliano, Mireille, 1946-
641.694 GUILIAN

A engaging exploration of the Parisian love affair with the world's most sensuous shellfish. It centers on Huîtrerie Régis, a tightly packed oyster bar in the heart of the City of Light, with an opinionated owner and a colorful cast of regulars. Part cultural journey, part cookbook, and part slice-of-life play, this book introduces readers to the appetites (gastronomic and otherwise) of Paris and its people.

Suggested by Dawn

Delicious and suspicious book Delicious and suspicious

Adams, Riley.

Welcome to Aunt Pat's barbeque restaurant--family run and located in the heart of Memphis, Tennessee. Named in honor of Lulu Taylor's great aunt, the restaurant is known for its ribs and spicy corn bread, but now the Taylor family will be known for murder--unless Lulu can clear their name.

If you love BBQ and quirky Southern mysteries, this may be the book for you. - Dawn

Inside of a dog : what dogs see, smell, and know book Inside of a dog : what dogs see, smell, and know

Horowitz, Alexandra.

In Inside of a Dog , Alexandra Horowitz fuses her perspectives as both scientist and dog-owner to deliver a fresh look at the world of dogs-as seen from the animal's point of view. Inspired by her years of living with her own dog, Pumpernickel, who was a constant source of delight and mystery, Horowitz's mind became filled with questions and ideas. In crisp, clear prose, she draws on her research in the field of dog cognition to give readers a sense of a dog's perceptual and cognitive abilities-and paints a picture of what the canine experience is like.

Suggested by Dawn

Lost girls : an unsolved American mystery book Lost girls : an unsolved American mystery

Kolker, Robert, author.
364.1523 KOLKER

A tragic account of the lives and deaths of five Craigslist prostitutes, whose bodies were found on the same Long Island beach in 2010. Kolker examines the socioeconomic and cultural forces that shaped these women and ultimately led each of them to a life of prostitution.

Suggested by Liz

Death in Salem : the private lives behind the 1692 witch hunt book Death in Salem : the private lives behind the 1692 witch hunt

Foulds, Diane E.
133.4309 FOULDS

During the 1692 witch trials, more than 150 people were arrested, twenty of those arrests ending in execution. This book explores the personal lives of the young "bewitched" women who led Salem's witchcraft frenzy and the tragedies they endured.

Suggested by Liz

Sisterland : a novel book Sisterland : a novel

Sittenfeld, Curtis.

From an early age, Kate and her identical twin sister, Violet, knew that they were unlike everyone else. Kate and Vi were born with peculiar 'senses,' innate psychic abilities concerning future events and other people's secrets. Though Vi embraced her visions, Kate did her best to hide them. A compelling read for those who enjoy examining familial bonds between sisters, spouses, and parents.

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The kitchen house book The kitchen house

Grissom, Kathleen.

Orphaned while onboard a ship from Ireland to America, seven-year-old Lavinia arrives on the steps of a tobacco plantation where she is to live and work. As a white servant girl, Lavinia perilously straddles two very different worlds, bonding both with the kitchen slaves and the plantation's opium addicted mistress. When she is forced to make a choice, loyalties are brought into question, dangerous truths are laid bare, and lives are put at risk.

Suggested by Liz

Tibetan peach pie : a true account of an imaginative life CD Tibetan peach pie : a true account of an imaginative life

Robbins, Tom, 1932- author.

Fans of Tom Robbins will love this unconventional autobiography. From his Appalachian childhood to his globetrotting adventures, his unique voice combines the sweet and sly, the spiritual and earthy. Written with the big-hearted comedy and mesmerizing linguistic invention for which he is known, Tibetan Peach Pie is an invitation into the private world of a literary legend.

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