More snow? I don’t know but we have books waiting for anyone who needs an escape from the weather. New books arrive on a regular basis. If you see a great book, let us know. We love patron approved requests.

Books added this week were Never Far Away by Michael Koryta, A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas, The Vineyard at Painted Moon by Susan Mallery, Wrong Alibi by Christina Dodd and a new historical series, The Bronte Sisters Mysteries. New nonfiction book So To Speak by Shirley & Harold Kobliner gives you an opportunity to brush up on common expressions. Kids will enjoy additions to our Disney and Bruce by Ryan Higgins collections.

Books below include a summary aimed at enticing readers to try a new author or genre. Stop by Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. to check out new arrivals or familiar selections. We are restarting several in-house programs. Check out our Facebook page or website for details.

When Crickets Cry by Charles Martin: In a small town square of a sleepy Georgia town, seven-year-old Annie sits at her lemonade stand, raising money for her own heart transplant. At a nearby store, Reese flips through the newspaper, thinking about the latest boat he’s restoring. As a beat-up bread truck careens around the corner, a strong wind blows Annie’s money into the road. Reese looks up in time to see Annie’s yellow dress fluttering in the wind as she runs into the road. What happens next will change both of their lives forever.

Prodigal Son by Gregg Hurwitz (sixth in the Orphan X Series) Evan Smoak used to be known as Orphan X: a figure as elusive as a rumor. Plucked from a foster home and trained as an off-the-books assassin known as Orphan X, Evan Smoak always fought to help those most desperate. The kind of help no one else could provide. But now, forced into early retirement, he dares not trust the phone call. Nor the caller claiming to be his mother, asking him to protect a complete stranger who just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. None of it stacks up. Yet it bears the tell-tale signs of the secret world that made him, and from inside it, a deadly new threat to the nation’s security. But this time the danger is more personal than he could have ever imagined. Because blood runs deep.

The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles: Based on the true Second World War story of the heroic librarians at the American Library in Paris, this is an unforgettable novel of romance, friendship, family and of heroism found in the quietest of places.

The Girls I’ve Been by Tess Sharpe (YA) Nora O’Malley’s been a lot of girls. As the daughter of a con-artist who targets criminal men, she grew up as her mother’s protégé. But when her mom fell for the mark instead of conning him, Nora pulled the ultimate con: escape.

How to Catch a Clover Thief by Elise Parsley (Children’s Book) All Roy the boar wants is to enjoy his precious patch of delicious clover but every time he turns around, his tasty treasure seems to be shrinking. Who’s stealing his favorite meal right out from under his snout? Find out in the sly and funny tale about problem-solving and ingenuity.