The McPherson Public Library, 214 W. Marlin St. in McPherson, has a number of new books for adults:

Non-Fiction

“The Art of Invisibility: The World’s Most Famous Hacker Teaches You How to be Safe in the Age of Big Brother and Big Data,” by Kevin D. Mitnick

“My Handmade Wedding: A Crafter’s Guide to Making Your Big Day Perfect,” by Marrianne Mercer

“The Beginner’s Guide to Starting a Garden: 326 Fast, Easy, Affordable Ways to Transform Your Yard One Project at a Time,” by Sally Roth

“Build Your Dream Network: Forging Powerful Relationships in a Hyper-Connected World,” by J. Kelly Hoey

“Extreme Teams: Why Pixar, Netflix, AirBnB, and Other Cutting-Edge Companies Succeed Where Most Fail,” by Robert B. Shaw

“She Sheds: A Room of Your Own,” by Erika Kotite

“We’ll Always Have Casablanca: The Life, Legend, and Afterlife of Hollywood’s Most Beloved Movies,” by Noah W. Isenberg

“Dust Bowl Girls: The Inspiring Story of the Team that Barnstormed its Way to Basketball Glory,” by Lydia Reeder

“Walking to Listen: 4,000 Miles Across America, One Story at a Time,” by Andrew Forsthoefel

“Truffle Boy: My Unexpected Journey Through the Exotic Food Underground,” by Ian Purkayastha

“Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night,” by Jason Zinoman

“Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI,” by David Grann

Fiction

“Robert B. Parker’s Little White Lies,” by Ace Atkins

“Heat Storm,” by Richard Castle

“Cold Earth,” by Ann Cleeves

“I’d Die for You: And Other Lost Stories,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald

“An Uncommon Protector,” by Shelley Shepard Gray

“Into the Water,” by Paula Hawkins

“Since We Fell,” by Dennis Lehane

“Purgatory Road, “by Samuel Parker

“Still Life,” by Dani Pettrey

“Anything is Possible,” by Elizabeth Stout

“City of Friends,” by Joanna Trollope

“Monahan’s Massacre,” by William W. Johnstone