New at the library
"Surveillance" by Jonathan Raban - Set in the not-too-distant future in Seattle, a country manipulated by fear of terror.
"Speak Ill Of The Living" by Mark Arsenault - Providence Journal writer Arsenault's second book, a mystery set in Lowell, Mass.
"Family Romance: a Love Story" by John Lanchester - The author finds empathy for the struggles and secrets of his family.
"Wish I Could Be There: Notes from a Phobic Life" by Allen Shawn - Son of the famous William Shawn, the author's phobic life makes great reading.
"Deep Economy: the Wealth of Communities and the Durable Future" by Bill McKibben - A hopeful view of our future.