Book Buzz for Dec. 8, 2022

BALDWIN — Stop by the Pathfinder Community Library and check out these new titles added to our collection.

BOOK OF THE WEEK:  "The Librarian Spy: a novel of WWII" by Madeline Martin (fiction).  Ava thought her job as a librarian at the Library of Congress would mean a quiet, routine existence. But an unexpected offer from the US military has brought her to Lisbon with a new mission: posing as a librarian while working undercover as a spy gathering intelligence.

NEW FICTION:  "The Letter Keeper" by Charles Martin, "My Family For the War" by Anne C. Voorhoeve, "The Last Rose of Shanghai" by Weina Dai Randel, "Mr.. Mike and the Search for Hopeful" by Benedict Freedman, "Hanna's Daughters" by Marianne Fredrickson, "Outside the LInes" by Amy Hatvany, "A Wreath of Snow" by Liz Curtis Higgs, "The Little Amish Matchmaker" by Linda Byler, "Lessons in Chemistry" by Bonnie Garmus, "Above the Bay of Angels" by Rhys Bowen, "The Thomas Berryman Number" by James Patterson, "The Curator of Broken Things" by Corine Gantz, "Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six" by Lisa Unger, "White Horse" by Erika Wurth, and "Engaging Father Christmas" by Robin Jones Gunn.

NEW MYSTERY:  "Better to Rest" by Dana Stabenow, and "A Wolf in the Woods" by Nancy Allen.

NEW NON FICTION:  "The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man" by Paul Newman, and "Shy: the alarmingly outspoken memoirs of Mary Rodgers" by Mary Rodgers.