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New Fiction

"Al Franken, Giant of the Senate," by Al Franken. Twelve, c2017.

"Bit by bit: How video games transformed our world," by Andrew Ervin. Basic Books, c2017.

"Climate of hope: How cities, businesses, and citizens can save the planet," by Michael Bloomberg, Carl Pope. St. Martin's Press, c2017.

"Economism: Bad economics and the rise of inequality," by James Kwak. Pantheon Books, c2017.

"The end of loyalty: The rise and fall of good jobs in America," by Rick Wartzman. PublicAffairs, c2017.

"The Holocaust: A new history," by Laurence Rees. Public Affairs, c2017.

"Jane Austen at home: A biography," by Lucy Worsley. St. Martin's Press, c2017.

"Manderley forever," by Tatiana de Rosnay. St. Martin's Press, c2017.

"Old School: Life in the sane lane," by Bill O'Reilly and Bruce Feirstein. Henry Holt and Company, c2017.

"Peace weavers: Uniting the Salish Coast through cross-cultural marriages," by Candace Wellman. Washington State University Press, c2017.

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