New releases for week of March 17

  Best-selling author James Patterson returns this week with the fifth in his “Maximum Ride” series, “Max.”
  This time around, the government needs the help of Maximum Ride and the flock after being unable to discover the cause behind millions of fish dying off the Hawaiian coast and hundreds of ships being destroyed.
  While the flock begins investigating the disaster, a criminal mastermind with an army of mercenaries is keeping an eye on Max and her crew.
  Also due out this week is “The Last Dickens” by Matthew Pearl. Set in Boston 1870, the novel revolves around the untimely death of Charles Dickens.
  After hearing the news of the author’s death, publisher James Osgood sends clerk Daniel Sand to retrieve Dickens’ unfinished novel. When Sand turns up dead and the manuscript missing, Osgood must take up the search himself, one that will land him in the middle of a dangerous quest as he tries to unravel Dickens’ final mystery.
  Also hitting shelves: “The Beats: A Graphic History” by Harvey Pekar; “Brush Cat: On Trees, the Wood Economy, and the Most Dangerous Job in America” by Jack McEnany; “Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned” by Wells Tower; “How to Build a Dinosaur: Extinction Doesn’t Have to Be Forever” by Jack Horner; “It’s Not Necessarily Not the Truth: A Memoir” by Jaime Pressly; “Seeking Peace: Chronicles of the Worst Buddhist in the World” by Mary Pipher; “Stealing MySpace: The Battle to Control the Most Popular Website in America” by Julia Angwin; “The Third Reich at War” by Richard J. Evans; “One Second After” by William R. Forstchen; “Under the Lemon Trees” by Bhira Backhaus; “Until It’s Over” by Nicci French; “The Mystery of Grace” by Charles de Lint; “The Order of Things” by Lynne Hinton; “The Expediter (McGarvey, Book 13)” by David Hagberg; and “Therapy” by Sebastian Fitzek.

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