Culpeper County Library new titles for week of March 21, 2021 | Leisure

The Culpeper County Library building is open with limited hours, services, and customer capacity. You can find many books, films, magazines, audiobooks, and streaming videos on the site. tlc.library.net/culpeper.

Here are this week’s new titles:

“I didn’t see this coming: Putting life back together when your world falls apart,” Rachel Hollis; “Long Time: Settling the Race in America”, Michael E. Dyson; “Killer Triggers,” Joe Kenda; “The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing and the Future of Mankind,” Walter Isaacson; “Women in White Coats: How the First Women Doctors Changed the World of Medicine,” Olivia Campbell; “Backyard Breeding: From Raising Chickens to Growing Vegetables, The Beginner’s Guide to Running a Self-Sustaining Farm”; “Martha Stewart’s very good things: Clever tips and brilliant ideas for a simpler and more comfortable life”, Martha Stewart; “Deer Resistant Native Plants for the Northeast,” Ruth R. Clausen & Gregory D. Tepper; “Good Housekeeping Easy Meal Prep: The Ultimate Make-Ahead Meal Playbook”; “Beloved Animals: Fighting for Life in a Time of Extinction”, Michelle Nijhuis.

“The Dark Heart of Florence”, Tasha Alexander; “Dreams Reignited,” Amanda Cabot; “Fast Ice: A Novel from the Numa Files,” Clive Cussler; “Your Dark Lies,” JT Ellison; “The Shepherd’s Wife,” Angela Hunt; “The kindest lie,” Nancy Johnson; “Later,” Stephen King; “Everything after that,” Jill Santopolo; “Calm in Your Bones”, Nalini Singh; “Band of Sisters,” Lauren Willig.