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Hello Library Readers! Are you just as excited for new fall reads as we are? Here is a sampling of what new books you can look forward to checking out from the Livingston Public Library this September. Please note that descriptions are taken from the publishers. 

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Amazing Grace Adams by Fran Littlewood | September 5  

Bernadette, Eleanor Oliphant, Rosie, Ove . . . meet Amazing Grace Adams, the funny, touching, unforgettable story of an invisible everywoman pushed to the brink—who finally pushes back.

Holly by Stephen King | Stephen 5

Holly Gibney, one of Stephen King’s most compelling and ingeniously resourceful characters, returns in this thrilling novel to solve the gruesome truth behind multiple disappearances in a midwestern town.

The River We Remember by William Krueger | September 5 

In 1958, a small Minnesota town is rocked by the murder of its most powerful citizen, pouring fresh fuel on old grievances in this dazzling standalone novel from the New York Times bestselling author of the “expansive, atmospheric American saga” (Entertainment Weekly) This Tender Land.

Code Red by Vince Flynn | September 12 

Mitch Rapp returns to make a mortal enemy of Russia in this high-octane and up-to-the-minute installment in the #1 New York Times bestselling series from “one of the best thriller writers on the planet” (The Real Book Spy).

traitor among us

The Traitor Among Us by Anne Perry | September 12

Elena Standish investigates the murder of a fellow MI6 agent near the country estate of one of England’s most influential families in this gripping mystery from New York Times bestselling author Anne Perry.

Normal Rules Don’t Apply by Kate Atikinson | September 12  

A dazzling collection of eleven interconnected stories from the bestselling, award-winning author of Shrines of Gaiety and Life After Life, with everything that readers love about her novels—the inventiveness, the verbal felicity, the sharp observations on human nature, and the deeply satisfying emotional wallop.

Armor of Light by Ken Follett | September 26  

The long-awaited sequel to A Column of Fire, The Armor of Light, heralds a new dawn for Kingsbridge, England, where progress clashes with tradition, class struggles push into every part of society, and war in Europe engulfs the entire continent and beyond.

Killing the Witches by Bill O’Reilly | September 26 

With over 19 million copies in print and a remarkable record of #1 New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestsellers, Bill O’Reilly’s Killing series is the most popular series of narrative histories in the world.

Which of these books are you looking forward to reading the most? 

-Jessica, Head of Adult Services & Acquisitions 

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