The Culpeper County Library building is open with limited hours, services and patron capacity. Find many books, movies, magazines, audiobooks and streaming videos via its website, tlc.library.net/culpeper.
Here are this week’s new titles:
“Faith after Doubt: Why Your Beliefs Stopped Working and What to Do About It,” Brian D. McLaren; “Be the Refuge: Raising the Voices of Asian American Buddhists,” Chenxing Han; “Walk in My Combat Boots: True Stories from America’s Bravest Warriors,” James Patterson, Matt Eversmann, & Chris Mooney; “Blood, Powder, and Residue: How Crime Labs Translate Evidence into Proof,” Beth A. Bechky; “Murder in Canaryville: the True Story Behind a Cold Case and a Chicago Cover-Up,” Jeff Coen; “Animal, Vegetable, Junk: a History of Food, from Sustainable to Suicidal,” Mark Bittman; “An Anatomy of Pain: How the Body and the Mind Experience and Endure Physical Suffering,” Abdul-Ghaaliq Lalkhen; “Nobody’s Normal: How Culture Created the Stigma of Mental Illness,” Roy Richard Grinker; “Why Wakanda Matters: What Black Panther Reveals about Psychology, Identity, and Communication”; “Four Lost Cities: a Secret History of the Urban Age,” Annalee Newitz.
“The Mask of Mirrors,” M.A. Carrick; “The Love Proof,” Madeleine Henry; “The Vineyard at Painted Moon,” Susan Mallery; “The Sanatorium,” Sarah Pearse; “The Scorpion’s Tail,” Douglas J. Preston & Lincoln Child; “Faithless in Death,” J.D. Robb; “The Invisible Woman,” Erika Robuck; “The Paris Library,” Janet Skeslien Charles; “The Burning Girls,” C.J. Tudor; “The Mercenary,” Paul Vidich.