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What's New in Large Print

By Teri Miller

Beach Reads for July 2019

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

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. Worse, he’s remarried – to Drue’s eighth grade frenemy, now his office manager. And they’re offering her a job. (Lakeview and North)

The Summer of Sunshine and Margo by Susan Mallery: The Baxter Sisters come from a long line of women with disastrous luck in love. But this summer, Sunshine and Margot will turn disasters into destiny. (Main, Lakeview, Lincoln and North)

The Summer Guests by Mary Alice Monroe: Monroe’s heartwarming and evocative new novel is about the bonds and beginnings born from natural disasters, and how in the worst of circumstances we discover what is important in life. (Main, Lakeview, Lincoln and North)

My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing: We look like a normal couple. We’re your neighbors, the parents of your kid’s friend, the acquaintances you keep meaning to get dinner with. We all have our secrets to keeping a marriage alive. Ours just happens to be getting away with murder. (Main, Lakeview, Lincoln and North)

Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams: Bridget Jones' Diary meets Americana in a disarmingly honest, boldly political, and truly inclusive novel that will speak to anyone who has looked for love and found something very different in its place. Remarkably relatable, Queenie explores what it means to be a woman searching for meaning in today’s world. (Main and Lincoln)

The Mother-In-Law by Sally Hepworth: In a twisty, captivating new novel about one woman’s complicated relationship with her mother-in-law – that ends in a suspicious death – fractured relationships and deep family secrets grow more compelling with every page. (Main)

The Friends We Keep by Jane Green: Evvie, Maggie, and Topher have known one another since college. They swore their friendship would last forever. By their thirtieth reunion, they’ve lost touch with each other and with the people they dreamed of becoming. The Friends We Keep is about how, despite everything, it’s never too late to find a place to call home. (Main, Lakeview and North)

The Bride Test by Helen Hoang: Khai Diep has no feelings. Well, he feels irritation when people move his things or contentment when ledgers balance down to the penny, but not big, important emotions — like grief. And love. He thinks he’s defective. His family knows better — that his autism means he just processes emotions differently. When he steadfastly avoids relationships, his mother takes matters into her own hands and returns to Vietnam to find him the perfect bride. (Lakeview and North)

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