New books at Missouri River Regional Library

New Fiction

"Little Monsters" by Adrian Brodeur (General Fiction)

"Resurrection Walk" by Michael Connelly (Mystery)

"These Burning Stars" by Bethany Jacobs (Sci-Fi)

"Burn the Negative" by Joseph Winning (General Fiction)

"The Mad Women of Paris" by Cody Epstein (General Fiction)

"Slay" by Laurell K. Hamilton (Sci-Fi)

"The Year of Second Chances" by Laura Avery (General Fiction)

"The Morning River" by W. Michael Gear (Western)

"The Family Meal" by Bryan Washington (General Fiction)

"The Exchange" by John Grisham (General Fiction)

New Non-Fiction

"Hollywood and the Movies of the Fifties: The Collapse of the Studio System, the Thrill of Cinerama, and the Invasion of the Ultimate Body Snatcher -- Television" by Foster Hirsch

"The Song of Significance" by Seth Godin

"Frank and Jesse James: The Story Behind the Legend" by Ted P. Yeatman

"Size: How It Explains the World" by Vaclav Smil

"Making It So" by Patrick Stewart

"The Lumumba Plot: The Secret History of the CIA and a Cold War Assassination" by Stuart A. Reid

"American Table: The Foods, People, and Innovations That Feed Us" by Lisa Kingsley and the Smithsonian Institution

"Soil: The Story of A Black Mother's Garden" by Camille T. Dungy

"Gem: The Definitive Visual Guide" by DK, Aja Raden, et.al.

"The Ultimate Guide to Emotional Healing with Crystals & Stones: Understanding and Applying Stone Energy to Achieve Inner Harmony and Peace" by Uma Silbey