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Looking for a good read? Check out our new books!

Take a look at some of our new books!  Here’s a sampling — find these and others on the New Books shelf:

(Following each title is the call number which is the letter/number combination on the label on the spine of each book.  The books are arranged on the shelves alphabetically by call number.)

The smartphone : anatomy of an industry by Elizabeth Woyke  (HE9713 .W69 2014)

Misquoting Muhammad : the challenge and choices of interpreting the Prophet’s legacy by Jonathan A.C. Brown  (BP161.3 .B765 2014)

Dead wake : the last crossing of the Lusitania by Erik Larson  (D592.L8 L28 2015)

The half has never been told : slavery and the making of American capitalism by Edward E. Baptist  (E441 .B337 2014)

The birth of the pill : how four crusaders reinvented sex and launched a revolution by Jonathan Eig  (RG137.5 .E37 2014)

The human age : the world shaped by us by Diane Ackerman  (GF13 .A35 2014)

Easiest if I had a gun : stories by Michael Gerhard Martin  (PS3613.A78355 A6 2014)

The second machine age : work, progress, and prosperity in a time of brilliant technologies by Erik Brynjolfsson & Andrew McAfee (HC79.I55 B796 2014)

The big pivot : radically practical strategies for a hotter, scarcer, and more open world by Andrew S. Winston  (HD30.255 .W574 2014)

Unbroken : a World War II story of survival, resilience, and redemption by Laura Hillenbrand   (D805.J3 Z364 2014)

Fewer, bigger, bolder : from mindless expansion to focused growth by Sanjay Khosla & Mohanbir Sawhney with Richard Babcock   (HD2746 .K47 2014)

Unlikely fame : poor people who made history by David Wagner with Jenna Nunziato  (HV4044 .W34 2014)

Living oil : petroleum culture in the American century by Stephanie LeMenager  (PS169.E25 L36 2014)

How the poor can save capitalism : rebuilding the path to the middle class by John Hope Bryant  (HT690.U6 B793 2014)