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What's New in Large Print

By Teri Miller

Large print books are for anyone who enjoys the ease and convenience of reading larger type. Enjoy these bestsellers appearing on a Large Print Shelf at your favorite branch!

Neon Prey by John Sandford: Searching for a small-time criminal who skipped out on bail, U.S. Marshals find a jungle full of graves. Now Lucas Davenport is on the trail of a ruthless serial killer. (Main, Lakeview, Lincoln, McClure, North)

Tightrope by Amanda Quick: An ex-trapeze artist walks a tightrope between desire and danger as she is caught up in the mysterious circumstances surrounding the onstage death of an inventor in 1930s California. (Main, Lakeview, Lincoln, North)

The View from Alameda Island by Robyn Carr: A powerful story of a woman’s best intentions leading to the worst of situations, and how love helps her find an inner strength and fight for happiness she deserves. (Main, Lakeview, Lincoln, North)

Sunset Beach by Mary Kay Andrews: Out of a job and down on her luck, things aren’t getting any better for Drue Campbell when her estranged father shows up at her mother’s funeral after a twenty-year absence. (Lakeview, North)

Robert B. Parker’s Buckskin by Robert Knott: After Appaloosa’s sheriff is laid to rest, a handful of men vie for the office. No sooner are their campaigns under way than gold is discovered just outside of town, brings a slew of new problems. (Lakeview, North)

Yankee Widow by Linda Lael Miller: Set against the backdrop of the Civil War, explores the complexities and heartbreak that families experience as men took up arms to preserve the nation and defend their way of life. (Lakeview, North)

The Never Game by Jeffery Deaver: Escape or die trying, Colter Shaw helps solve crimes and find missing persons. When a college student goes missing in Silicon Valley, Shaw is thrust into the dark heart of Silicon Valley’s billion-dollar video gaming industry. (Main, Lakeview, McClure, North)

Courting Mr. Lincoln by Louis Bayard: This novel is about a young Abraham Lincoln and the two people who loved him best: Mary Todd and his best friend, Joshua Speed. (Main, Lakeview, North)

The Road Home by Richard Paul Evans: the dramatic conclusion of Evans’ riveting Broken Road trilogy – a powerful redemption story about being given a second chance and finding happiness on a pilgrimage along iconic Route 66. (Main, Lakeview, Lincoln, North)

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