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GARDNER, LISA
SAY GOODBYE - DAB 00069
Kimberly Quincy, from The Killing Hour (RC 56869), takes a case involving missing prostitutes and a spider-loving psychopath. But a lying witness and a lack of dead bodies leave Quincy with few clues. Violence, strong language, and explicit descriptions of sex. 2008. Adult Fiction

GLADWELL, MALCOLM
THE TIPPING POINT: HOW LITTLE THINGS CAN MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE - DAB 00048
A journalist proposes that fads are social epidemics in which little changes have big effects. He refers to the one dramatic moment during such a contagion, when everything can change all at once, as "the tipping point." Gladwell also analyzes trends to further explain his theory. Bestseller. 2000. Adult Non-Fiction

GRAHAME, KENNETH
WIND IN THE WILLOWS - DAB 00038
This classic adventure story, set in early twentieth-century Britain, features the lovable characters Rat, Toad, Mole, and Badger. Here they are pursuing adventure in gypsy caravans, stolen sportscars, and prison, but always returning to their beloved Wildwood. Juvenile Fiction

GREY, ZANE
THE RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE - DAB 00036
Utah, 1871. When Jane Withersteen incurs the wrath of her fellow Mormons for befriending gentiles, gunman Lassiter comes to her aid & makes a startling personal discovery. 1912 Adult Fiction

GRUEN, SARA
WATER FOR ELEPHANTS - DAB 00054
1931. Veterinary student Jacob Jankowski's world comes crashing down when his parents die in a car accident. Broke, Jacob joins the circus, falls for Marlena, a married circus star, and cares for animals like Rosie the elephant. Strong language, some descriptions of sex, and some violence. Bestseller. 2006. Adult Fiction

 
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