Small red dots are affixed to the spines of books at the Hamburg Public Library to help patrons locate the most recent additions to the shelves.
The newest books are also grouped on a bookcase in the center of the adult fiction section.
As you are searching for a book to read with your morning coffee, curl up with after supper, or read in bed at night, you might want to keep these recent acquisitions by some of your favorite authors in mind.   
In her latest thriller, “Feared,” Lisa Scottoline asks the question “Is it better to be loved or feared?”  The Rosato and DiNunzio law firm is being sued for reverse sex discrimination and the plaintiff’s attorney expects to win at all cost in this sixth book of the series.  
A second thriller option comes from the pen of Sandra Brown.  In “Tailspin,” readers will meet Rye Mallett, a fearless “freight dog” pilot who regularly flies cargo under unusual circumstances.  
This time, however, he’s greeted with a sabotage attempt that causes his plane to crash land and then a female doctor who claims she was sent to pick up the mysterious black box he’s delivering.   
Looking for privacy, Mackenzie Cooper has moved to Vermont under an assumed name.  She’s found comfort in her job as a makeup artist until she discovers she’s not the only one in the quiet little town with secrets.  
Discover how secrets affect secrets in Barbara Delinsky’s “Before and Again.”  
Fans of James Patterson will be pleased to learn that he and Andrew Bourelle have released a new standalone novel titled “Texas Ranger.”  
Following a particularly difficult case, Officer Rory Yates takes time off to return home and rejuvenate only to find himself accused of murdering his ex-wife.   
Adding to the library’s selection of books by C. J. Box, we’ve acquired “Endangered,” “Off the Grid,” and “The Disappeared.”  
The main character Joe Picket is a game warden in Twelve Sleep, Wyo., a town where nearly everyone hunts.  
As a game warden who won’t take bribes or look the other way, Joe has not always been popular as you’ll soon learn in Box’s crime thrillers.  
Fans of the character Teddy Fay created by co-authors Stuart Woods and Parnell Hall will be happy to see “The Money Shot” on the shelves.  
This time Teddy has donned a new disguise as a film stuntman and actor.  
Another co-authored book available to patrons is “The President is Missing” by Bill Clinton and James Patterson.  The President is missing, but the reason is worse than anyone can imagine.
Falling in the historical fiction genre, “Lilac Girls” by Martha Hall Kelly is a tribute to the life of a World War II heroine.  
The author in her debut novel brings together the lives of three unsung women drawn in different ways to the horrors of Nazi Germany.    
Book One in The Prayer Jars series by Wanda Brunstetter is titled “The Hope Jar.”  In it, a homeless and hopeless girl finds a loving family within an Amish community.  
“To the Moon and Back” is a stand-alone love story in the Baxter family collection of author Karen Kingsbury.   
A shared connection to the Oklahoma City bombing, a letter left in a chain-link fence, and a desire to help two people reconnect create the storyline.
If you haven’t found your favorite yet, the library also has “Paradox”—another FBI thriller by Catherine Coulter, “Walking Shadows”—a Decker/Lazarus novel by Faye Kellerman, and “Safe and Sound” from the Sisterhood series by Fern Michaels.
“The Story of the Orchestra” by Robert Levine invites readers to take a trip through the world of classical music.  
Using the CD included, one can listen to great classical music and hear each instrument while learning fun facts about the music and its composers.
Whether it’s a new book with a red dot or a classic, the library staff would be happy to help you find the perfect book for your reading pleasure.