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  • Here's a sampling of our new fiction arrivals. Click an image to view availability or place a hold. Concussion (Rated PG-13) Filmmaker Peter Landesman (Parkland) wrote and directed this sports-themed drama based on Jeanne Marie Laskas' GQ article "Game Brain," about the potentially horrific cost of ...

    By Cristella

  • Here's a sampling of our new fiction arrivals. Click an image to view availability or place a hold. Brooklyn (Rated PG-13) Brooklyn tells the profoundly moving story of Eilis Lacey (Saoirse Ronan), a young Irish immigrant navigating her way through 1950s Brooklyn. Lured by the promise of America, ...

    By Cristella

  • Here's a sampling of our new fiction arrivals. Click an image to view availability or place a hold. Dimestore: A Writer's Life by Lee Smith A LibraryReads pick for March 2016. For the inimitable Lee Smith, place is paramount. For forty-five years, her fiction has lived and breathed with the ...

    By Cristella

  • Here's a sampling of our new fiction arrivals. Click an image to view availability or place a hold. All Things Cease to Appear by Elizabeth Brundage A LibraryReads pick for March 2016. Late one winter afternoon in upstate New York, George Clare comes home to find his wife killed and their ...

    By Cristella

  • Here's a sampling of our new nonfiction arrivals. Click an image to view availability or place a hold. The Abundance: Narrative Essays Old and New by Annie Dillard A writer who never seems tired, who has never plodded her way through a page or sentence, Dillard can only be enjoyed by a wide-awake ...

    By Cristella

  • Here's a sampling of our new nonfiction arrivals. Click an image to view availability or place a hold. Better Living Through Criticism: How to Think About Art, Pleasure, Beauty, and Truth by A.O. Scott Few could explain, let alone seek out, a career in criticism. Yet what A.O. Scott shows in Better ...

    By Cristella