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November 26, 2008
New books: December 2008
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NEW FICTION: December 2008
- Jane A. Adams - Fragile Lives
- Louis Auchincloss - The Last of the Old Guard
- Maggie Barbieri - Quick Study
- Steve Berry - The Charlemagne Pursuit
- Ken Bruen - Once Were Cops
- Jim Butcher - Princep’s Fury
- Laura Childs - Eggs in Purgatory
- Patricia Cornwell - Scarpetta
- David Stuart Davies - Without Conscience
- Julie Garwood - Fire and Ice
- Lee Goldberg - Mr. Monk is Miserable
- Sarah Graves - A Face at the Window
- W. E. B. Griffin - Black Ops
- James Grippando - Born to Run
- Kay Hooper - Blood Sins
- J. A. Jance - Cruel Intent
- Iris Johansen - The Treasure
- Karan Mahajan - Family Planning
- Colleen McCullough - The Independence of Miss Mary Bennet
- Robert J. Randisi - Hey There (You with the Gun in Your Hand)
- Nora Roberts - The Pagan Stone
- Perri O’Shaughnessy - Show No Fear
- Maria Semple - This One Is Mine
- Beverly Swerling - City of God
- Andrew Vachss - Another Life
- Betty Webb - The Anteater of death
NEW NONFICTION: December 2008
- Walter Alvarez - In the Mountains of St. Francis
- Mark Bittman - Food Matters
- Bobbi Brown - Bobbi Brown Makeup Manual
- Dana Canedy - A Journal for Jordan: A Memoir of Love and Loss
- Elaine Gewirtz - Beagle: Your Happy Healthy Pet
- Bob Greene - The Best Life Diet Cookbook
- Richard Greene - Graham Greene: A Life in Letters
- Karl Jacoby - Shadows at Dawn: A Borderlands Massacre and the Violence of History
- Robert Kiyosaki - Rich Brother, Rich Sister
- Robin McGraw - What’s Age Got to Do with It?
- Jake Page - Do Cats Hear with Their Feet?
- Liz Palika - Bulldog: Your Happy Healthy Pet
- Steven Rinella - American Buffalo: In Search of a Lost Icon