The new books you can check out at the McPherson Library.

Non-Fiction
- “Quiet Influence: The Introvert's Guide to Making a Difference,” by Jennifer B. Kahnweiler
- “Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth,” by Reza Aslan
- “This Town: Two Parties and a Funeral—Plus Plenty of Valet Parking!—in America's Gilded Capital,” by Mark Leibovich
- “Fevered: Why a Hotter Planet Will Hurt Our Health and How We Can Save Ourselves,” by Linda Marsa
- “Food Allergies: A Complete Guide for Eating When Your Life Depends on it,” by Scott H. Sicherer
- “Modern Dating: A Field Guide,” by Chiara Atik
- “The Simple Living Handbook: Discover the Joy of a De-Cluttered Life,” by Lorilee Lippincott
- “Soap Crafting: Step-by-Step Techniques for Making 31 Unique Cold-Process Soaps”
- “When They Were Boys: The True Story of the Beatles' Rise to the Top,” by Larry Kane
- “Winning Tennis: The Smarter Player's Guide,” by Rob Antoun
-“The Miracle of Father Kapaun: Priest, Soldier, and Korean War Hero,” by Roy Wenzl
- “The Stalingrad Cauldron: Inside the Encirclement and Destruction of the Sixth Army,” by Frank Ellis
Fiction
- “Sweet Thunder,” by Ivan Doig
- “Evil Eye: Four Novellas of Love Gone Wrong,” by Joyce Carol Oates
- “Rosemary Cottage,” by Colleen Coble
- “Claudia, Wife of Pontius Pilate,” by Diana Wallis Taylor
- “The Living Room,” by Robert Whitlow
- “Killing Custer,” by Margaret Coel
- “How the Light Gets In,” by Louise Penny
- “The Last Witness,” by W.E.B. Griffin
- “Killer Ambition,” by Marcia Clark
- “The Kill List,” by Frederick Forsyth
- “William Shakespeare's Star Wars: Verily, A New Hope,” by Ian Doescher
- “Dark Lycan,” by Christine Feehan