Check out these new titles from Everett Public Library

October’s new releases are frightful, monumental, sharp and shocking.

Some of the new titles available at the Everett Public Library to check out and enjoy. (Everett Public Library image)
                                Some of the new titles available at the Everett Public Library to check out and enjoy. (Everett Public Library image)

Some of the new titles available at the Everett Public Library to check out and enjoy. (Everett Public Library image) Some of the new titles available at the Everett Public Library to check out and enjoy. (Everett Public Library image)

by Everett Public Library staff

Some definite treats are in store this October: from the frightful (Dracula, Devil’s Day), to the monumental (Anniversaries, The Novel of Ferrara), to sharp and shocking collections of short stories (Toddler Hunting, Friday Black), to excellent new work from bestselling authors, and more.

See all of these titles in the Everett Public Library catalog, where you can read reviews or summaries and place holds. Or go to A Reading Life and click on a book cover to enlarge it or to view the covers as a slide show.

Notable New Fiction 2018 (to date) | All On-Order Fiction

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