Heads You Win by Jeffrey Archer
Long Road to Mercy by David Baldacci
Night of Miracles by Elizabeth Berg
Master of His Fate by Barbara Taylor Bradford
Past Tense by Lee Child
You Don’t Own Me by Mary Higgins Clark
Dark Sacred Night by Michael Connelly
Sea of Greed by Clive Cussler
Shadows We Hide by Allen Eskens
Look Alive Twenty-five by Janet Evanovich
Noel Stranger by Richard Paul Evans
Reckoning by John Grisham
6 Cats a Slaying by Miranda James
Dead Sea Rising by Jerry B. Jenkins
Vendetta by Iris Johansen
Elevation by Steven King
Wolves of Eden by Kevin McCarthy
Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens
Shell Game by Sara Paretsky
Ambush by James Patterson
Target by James Patterson
In Times Gone By by Tracie Peterson
Broken Girls by Simone St. James
First the Thunder by Randall Silvis
Season of Grace by Lauraine Snelling
Beauchamp Hall by Danielle Steel
Glass Ocean by Beatriz Williams

New Non-Fiction
Dare to Lead by Brene Brown
White Darkness by David Grann
Handcrafted by Clint Harp
Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis
How to Hygge by Signe Johansen
In Pieces by Sally Field
Becoming by Michelle Obama

Third Mushroom by Jennifer L. Holm
Mech Cadet Yu, Vol. 1 by Greg Pak
Greatest Football Teams of All Time by Jeremy Fuchs
Raging Storm by Erin Hunter
Meltdown by Jeff Kinney
Hey Kiddo by Jarrett Krosoczka
Archenemies by Marissa Meyer
Tales from a Not So Happy Birthday by Rachel Rene Russell
Hate U Give by Angie Thomas



Crazy Rich Asians
Dog Days
Equalizer 2
Longmire, 6th and final season
The Meg
Mile 22
Mission Impossible : Fallout
Poldark, Season 4
Unbroken, Path to Redemption
Vikings, Season 5

Juvenile videos
Sgt. Stubby
Incredibles 2
Freaky Friday
Hotel Transylvania 3
Lego DC Super Heroes: Aquaman, Rage of Atlantis
Wrinkle in Time

Reserve books online beginning January 2nd

Beginning January 2nd, 2013 you will able to reserve books from your account in our catalog at Once you log in with your library card number and password (the default password is your last name, you can change it after you log in) just click the Place Hold button from the item’s record. If the item is not a type that can be reserved there will be no Place Hold button.

If we have your email address and your messaging settings are set to send you an email when a hold is filled, you will get an email notification when the item you requested is waiting for you. You can change your messaging settings after you log into your account under the My Messaging tab.

If we have your email address on record you will find it on your account under My Personal Details. If you need to change the address stop by the circ desk the next time you’re in the library.