Hello, folks. This week there are several fiction books to tell you about in our New Arrivals area, albeit different types of fiction.
GROUNDSKEEPING: A NOVEL by Lee Cole is actually a biographical fiction story about coming of age in America, and families.
KLARA AND THE SUN by Kazuo Ishiguro is a metaphysical/dystopian fiction story.
ONE ITALIAN SUMMER: A NOVEL by Rebecca Serle is about mother/daughter love.
THE PARIS LIBRARY by Janet Skeslien Charles is a WWII historical fiction novel.
THE TOBACCO WIVES by Adele Myers is also a historical fiction novel taking place in the tobacco capital of the South.
I realize that the romance genre also contains fictional stories, but it is specific to one area, love. This week we actually have books from two different romance genres:
PHANTOM GAME by Christine Feehan (A GhostWalker Novel book 18) which is a paranormal romance, and
THE LOVE OF MY LIFE: A NOVEL by Rosie Walsh, a romantic suspense novel.
And of course, we have an interesting non-fiction book:
I WAS BETTER LAST NIGHT: A MEMOIR BY Harvey Fierstein, which is a theatrical biography. It also may be of interest to the LGBTQ community.
As always, thank you for making our shelves your destination.