What’s New?

Check out these new titles in the Teen Corner at the Moline Public Library. Click on the title to go to the catalog to find the book or place a hold.

Spectacle by Jodie Lynn Zdrok
Paris, 1887. Sixteen-year-old Nathalie writes the daily morgue column for Le Petit Journal. Her job is to summarize each day’s new arrivals, a task she finds both fascinating and routine. That is, until the day she has a vision of the newest body, a young woman, being murdered—from the perspective of the murderer himself. When a second body is found a few days later, Nathalie has to figure out whether she’s going crazy or has the power to stop the killer.

The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried by Shaun David Hutchinson
Dino’s parents own a funeral home, so he’s used to spending time with the dead. But it’s different when July shows up. Not only is she his ex-best friend, she’s also not quite dead. Or quite alive. As Dino and July attempt to figure out what’s happening, they must also confront why and how their friendship ended so badly, and what they have left to understand about themselves, each other, and all those grand mysteries of life.

The Black Coats by Colleen Oakes
The Black Coats have been exacting vengeance on men who hurt girls and women for years. After Thea’s cousin Natalie’s killer goes free, she’s more than willing to join them. She trains with other girls to carry out Balancings—acts of revenge guaranteed to teach a lesson. But when the Balancings begin to escalate in brutality, Thea discovers that the Black Coats are not all they seem to be.

Stolen Time by Danielle Rollins (Dark Stars, Book One)
Seattle, 1913—Dorothy feels trapped, forced into an engagement she doesn’t want. So she runs into the woods, desperate to escape. New Seattle, 2077—Ash is on a mission to rescue the professor—his mentor who figured out the secret to time travel. When Dorothy collides with Ash, she stows away in his plane, only to wake up in a future Seattle devastated by earthquakes and floods. And she holds the key to putting it all right, though it may destroy Ash.

Fame, Fate, and the First Kiss by Kasie West
Lacey is finally living her dream of being in a movie, working alongside the hottest actor in Hollywood. Unfortunately, she also has to finish her senior year of high school. Even worse, Donavan, the straight-laced student her father hires to tutor her, is a full-on nightmare. As she struggles to juggle her burgeoning career, some on-set sabotage, and an off-screen romance, Lacey learns that sometimes the best stories happen when you go off script.


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