In the column to the right, I’ve added a page to record the new books added to the shelves of Roseledge Books during this summer. The first “installment” of this ongoing saga is listed below because I don’t know how blog readers typically read blogs (unlike newspaper readers or book readers about which I can at least make good guesses), and I worried that someone interested in the book content of the posts might miss the excitement of a new book page.

I love to try and figure out why any one book is included in a list or array of books. I thought you might have fun with it, too. The following are the new books of the season, so far. I’d love to hear your suggestions of other titles I should have. Please remember that Roseledge Books has only new paperback books.

Angier, Natalie.The Canon: A Whirligig Tour of the Beautiful Basics of Science
Beckwith, Lillian. Beautiful Just
Berlinski, Mischa. Fieldwork
Black, Benjamin. Christine Falls
Child, Lincoln. Deep Storm
Coady, Roxanne and Joy Johanessen, Eds. The Book That Changed My Life

Connelly, Michael. The Overlook
Frost, Mark. The Second Objective
Grimes, Martha. Dust
Hamilton, Masha. The Camel Bookmobile: A Novel (P.S.)
Hewson, David. The Villa of Mysteries

Johnson, Steven. The Ghost Map: The Story of London’s Most Terrifying Epidemic–and How It Changed Science, Cities, and the Modern World

Fig. #30. Books do make a perfect afternoon.

Martin, William. The Lost Constitution
Palmer, David. The Fifth Vial
Perez-Reverte, Arturo. The Queen of the South
Pope, Frank. Dragon Sea
Ray, Jeanne. Julie and Romeo Get Lucky

Reisner, Marc. Cadillac Desert: The American West and Its Disappearing Water, Revised Edition
Setterfield, Diane. The Thirteenth Tale: A Novel
Spencer-Fleming, Julia. All Mortal Flesh
Xiaolong, Qiu. Death of a Red Heroine

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