New titles for February 2022


Where the crawdads sing by Delia Owens (F OWE)

The mother by Maxim Gorky (891.734 GOR)

Trust exercise by Susan Choi (F CHO)

28 Questions by Indyana Schneider (F SCH)

Black cake: a novel by Charmaine Wilkerson (F WIL)

The cane by Maryrose Cuskelly (F CUS)

Cold enough for snow by Jessica Au (F AU)

The competition by Katherine Collette (F COL)

The gallerist by Michael Levitt ( F LEV)

If your happy by Fiona Robertson (F ROB)

The islands by Emily Brugman (F BRU)

Joan is okay by Weike Wang (F WAN)

The keepers by Al Campbell (F CAM)

Love marriage by Monica Ali (F ALI)

The Paris Bookseller by Kerri Maher ( F MAH)

Recitatif by Toni Morrison (813.54 MOR)

To paradise by Hanya Yanagihara (F YAN)

Violeta by Isabel Allende (F ALL)


Allegorizings by Jan Morris  (828.914 MOR)

Australian architecture: a history by Davina Jackson (720.994 JAC)

Leonard Cohen: the mystical roots of genius by Harry Freedman (782.42164 COH.F)

Cadre country: how China became the Chinese communist party by John Fitzgerald (324.251 FIT)

Class in Australia by Steven Threadgold (305.50994 THR)

The dreaming path: Indigenous thinking to change your life by Paul Callaghan (299.9215 CAL)

Facts and other lies: Welcome to the disinformation age by Ed Coper (303.375 COP)

For the good of the world: is global agreement on global challenges possible by A.C. Grayling (327.17 GRA)

Hitch in time: Writings from the London review of books by Christopher Hitchens (824.92 HIT)

How to be perfect: The correct answer to every moral question by Mike Schur (818.602 SCH)

Making Australian history by Anna Clark (994 CLA)

Man's search for meaning: the classic tribute to hope from the Holocaust by Viktor Frankl (150.192 FRA)

Metaphysical animals: how four women brought philosophy back to life by Clare Mac Cumhaill (192 MAC)

Out of office: the big problem and bigger promise of working from home by Anne Helen Petersen (658.3123 PET)

The party: the Communist party of Australia from heyday to reckoning by Stuart Macintyre (324.29407509 MAC)

The shortest history of democracy by John Keane (321.8 KEA)

Sister girl: reflections on Tiddaism, identity and reconciliation by Jackie Huggins (305.488915 HUG)

Stolen focus: why you can't pay attention by Johann Hari (153.733 HAR)

Toxic positivity: keeping it real in a world obsessed with being happy (158.2 GOO)

The urge: our history of addiction by Carl Erik Fisher (362.29 FIS)

A witness of fact: the peculiar case of chief forensic pathologist Colin Manock (614.1 ROO)