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This Just In! New Books March 2011
Below are a few of the newest books to hit NYPL shelves...
If you see something you like, simply click on the title and you will be able to request a copy from the NYPL catalog.
To learn more about a particular author or book, click on the person's name to be redirected to a biographical summary or book review within the NYPL database Biography in Context.
The following summaries were taken from the NYPL catalog.
Struggling to understand why his beloved grandfather left his family to die alone in a field hospital far from home, a young doctor in a war-torn Balkan country takes over her grandfather's search for a mythical ageless vagabond while referring to a worn copy of Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book."
In the aftermath of a series of personal tragedies, Zoe throws herself into her career as a music therapist. When an unexpected friendship slowly blossoms into love, she makes plans for a new life, but to her shock and inevitable rage, some people—even those she loves and trusts most—don’t want that to happen.
A beautiful and chilling exploration of violence, vengeance, and the loss of innocence that would drive someone to commit an unthinkable crime.
Agent Hays Baker and his wife, Lizbeth, who are part of a group of genetically engineered and technologically enhanced superhumans called Elites, are tasked with saving the human race from extinction.
A gripping debut thriller featuring Inspector Mike Mulcahy, who is pitched into a deadly battle with a serial killer known as "The Priest."
Two years after her adult daughter's apparent death in a canoeing accident, Marcy Taggart thinks she sees her while on holiday in Ireland, and frantically tries to find her again, all the while hoping to finally put her own mind at ease.
A long-awaited rest interrupted by a devastating flood, Portland detective Archie Sheridan discovers that a handful of drowning victims were actually poisoned, while reporter Susan Ward investigates the discovery of a decades-old skeleton.
Follows the quest of a team of scientists to develop a computer so intelligent that it can beat the best of champions in the "Jeopardy" quiz show.
A minute-by-minute account of the 1981 assassination attempt on the fortieth president reveals how close he came to dying, in a report that pays tribute to the individuals who saved his life and oversaw national security throughout the crisis.
A popular financial guru offers a new no-nonsense guide to personal finance based on an honest appraisal of one's present circumstances, beliefs, and goals, and taking a course of action that supports these truths.
If you've read one of the books mentioned or are planning to, feel free to tell us what you think...