New Releases from Anansi for January 2017

It’s the first month of the new year and we’ve got FIVE new titles for you to explore! Take a peek at all five below, and click on a cover to learn more about each one:

 

Let the Elephants Run by David UsherLet the Elephants Run (New In Paperback)
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Creativity is in everyone’s DNA, not a select few. Award-winning musician and founder of CloudID Creativity Lab David Usher believes we just need the right tools to help us reconnect with our imaginations in our day-to-day lives whether in the head office, the home office, or the artist’s studio. Based on his wildly popular speaking engagements, Let the Elephants Run is the essential guidebook to reigniting and nurturing our creativity in accessible and productive ways.

 

 


The Couturier of Milan by Ian HamiltonThe Couturier of Milan by Ian Hamilton
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In the ninth installment of the bestselling and Arthur Ellis Award–winning Ava Lee series, Ava investigates the dark side of the glamorous world of fashion.

 

 

 

 

 


A Plea for Constant Motion by Paul CarlucciA Plea for Constant Motion by Paul Carlucci
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Quietly atmospheric and darkly foreboding, A Plea for Constant Motion is an ominous, and occasionally unnerving, new work of fiction by award-winning author Paul Carlucci.

 

 

 

 

 


Hope Has Two Daughters by Monia MazighHope Has Two Daughters by Monia Mazigh
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A bracing and vividly-told story set against the backdrops of the Tunisian Bread Riots in 1984 and the Jasmine Revolution in 2010, Hope Has Two Daughters offers a glimpse inside revolution from the perspectives of two women, Nadia and Lila, a mother and daughter who take active roles during pivotal moments in history.

 

 

 

 


Swimming Lessons by Claire FullerSwimming Lessons by Claire Fuller
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A wife disappears without a trace, leaving a husband and two children behind. Twelve years later, her adult daughter starts asking questions without realizing the answers are hidden in the books that her mother left behind.

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