Innumerable Insects climbing the shelves Fiction
These new books are available at St. Catharines Public Library.
Cold, Cold Heart, by A. J. Cross. Forensic psychologist
Kate Hanson is tasked with reexamining a 10-year-old murder case in which an appeal judge has decreed the forensic evidence unsatisfactory. In following her hunches, Kate makes a professional decision which undermines her colleagues, and threatens her very future.
Fall of a Fortress, by Frieda Watt. As Britain advances to conquer Louisbourg in 1744, the promise of a new life for Marie and Pierre is caught in the crosshairs of the British navy. As empires collide, they are catapulted into a world of spies, treason and revenge.
The Fallen Architect, by Charles Belfoure. When the Britannia Theatre’s balcony collapses, killing over a dozen people, all blame is placed on the architect, Douglas Layton. He knows the flaw wasn’t in the design, but if the collapse wasn’t an accident, who caused it ? After five years in prison, Layton is determined to find out but finds himself digging into the past, and alerting a murderer to his presence.
The Secret Keeper, by Susan Lewis. A lot can change in a year. In the few months Olivia has been in the clear after battling cancer, she has begun piecing her life back together, but something unsettling has happened in the town she calls home. When ghosts from her past collide with her present, Olivia must uncover the truth, but how does she know who she can trust?
Tony’s Wife, by Adriana Trigiani. Set in the Big Band era of the 1940s, Chi Chi and Tony, ambitious and talented individuals with the hopes of becoming singers, meet one day at the Jersey Shore. They quickly fall in love and become a successful duo act. Navigating the world of nightclubs, radio and television, the two try to find balance between public and private lives. Can their relationship withstand the pressures of family and careers?
Slowhand, by Philip Norman. Through interviews with friends, family and colleagues, this authorized biography of rock legend Eric Clapton chronicles his extraordinary life, from early childhood to music superstardom.
Astounding, by Alec NevalaLee. Writer Nevala-Lee tells the story of the remarkable partnership between authors John W. Campbell, Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein and L. Ron Hubbard, exploring their work and their personal lives during the Golden Age of science fiction.
Tasting Italy, by Eugenia Bone. Featuring 100 recipes and more than 300 colour photographs and maps, this guide explores the rich culinary history of Italy, region by region.
Innumerable Insects, by Michael S. Engel. Scientists have identified over one million insect species, and estimate that there are approximately five million insect species on Earth. A noted entomologist explores the incredible story of insects, the most diverse animal on the planet.
Handmade Living, by Willow Crossley. Floral and interior stylist Crossley presents forty different craft projects for the home that use everyday items to create something new and beautiful.
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