More new e-books in the library digital catalog

blackirishWe’ve just added several more new titles to the library’s digital media catalog, including – yes – another copy of the everlastingly popular Gone Girl. (Check out last month’s batch if you missed them the first time around.)

New eBooks (all e-books are in both Kindle and EPUB format unless otherwise noted)
The After Wife by Gigi Levangie Grazerharoldfry
Black Irish by Stephan Talty
Deep Down by Lee Child
The Dinner by Herman Koch
The Future by Al Gore (EPUB only)
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
My Beloved World by Sonia Sotomayor
Some Kind of Fairy Tale by Graham Joycesotomayor_sonia
The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce

New digital audiobooks
Bring Up the Bodies by Hilary Mantel, read by Simon Vance (WMA format only)*
I Suck At Girls by Justin Halpern, read by Sean Schemmel (MP3 and WMA)
When It Happens to You by Molly Ringwald, read by Molly Ringwald (MP3 and WMA)

isuckatgirls *What difference does format make? Unfortunately, not all audio formats are compatible with all audio devices; the same goes for e-books, which come in Kindle, EPUB, and/or PDF formats. To see what format(s) will work with your device(s), check out OverDrive’s device resource center.

As always, if you need help downloading e-books or digital audiobooks, feel free to visit us at the reference desk, call us, chat us (from our website), e-mail us, or use the help resources on this blog. Happy reading/listening!

 

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