New books at Missouri River Regional Library

New Fiction

"The Roaring Days of Zora Lily" by Noelle Salazar (General Fiction)

"Calico" by Lee Goldberg (Mystery)

"The Ghosts of Beatrice Bird" by Louisa Morgan (Sci-Fi)

"The Secrets Beneath" by Kimberley Woodhouse (Christian Fiction)

"Kids Run the Show" by Delphine De Vigan (General Fiction)

"Diva" by Daisy Goodwin (General Fiction)

"Death in the Dark Woods" by Annelise Ryan (Mystery)

"Harbor Lights" by James Lee Burke (General Fiction)

"Holy Terror" by John R. Dougherty (Christian Fiction)

"Silence of the Grave" by Arnaldur Indridason (Mystery)

New Non-Fiction

"Walk Through Fire: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Triumph" by Sheila Johnson

"Golda Meir: Israel's Monarch" by Deborah E. Lipstadt

"American Shield: The Immigrant Sergeant Who Defended Democracy" by Aquilino Gonell

"Completely Mad: Tom McClean, John Fairfax, and the Epic Race to Row Solo Across the Atlantic" by James R. Hansen

"The Lost Supper: Searching for the Future of Food in the Flavors of the Past" by Taras Grescoe

"Defiant Dreams: The Journey of an Afghan Girl Who Risked Everything for Education" by Sala Mahfouz & Malaina Kapoor

"Omega Farm" by Martha McPhee

"Eve: How the Female Body Drove 200 Million Years of Human Evolution" by Cat Bohannon

"Kansas City's Montgall Avenue: Black Leaders and the Street They Called Home" by Margie Carr

"Sitting On My Perch: What My Mother Kaki Taught Me About Dealing with Life's Uncertainties, Being Joyful, and Growing Old Gracefully -- Even When Old Age is No Longer Funny or Pretty" by Josie Ramsey Stegemann