The following books are available for citizen review. If you have an interest in the topic and some expertise, contact Tribune Editor Steve Wallick at steve.wallick@bismar¬

New: “Rollin’ Down The River: Discovering People and Places Along the Mighty Missouri,” photos and text by Larry N. Campbell; “Are We Happy Yet? Eight keys to unlocking a joyful life,” Lisa Cypers Kamen; “River City Dead: An Aggie Mundeen mystery,” Nancy G. West; “Little Girl Gone,” a mystery, Margaret Fenton; “Beautiful Mess,” a novel of Hollywood, John Herrick; “A Measure of Murder,” a mystery with recipes, Lelie Karst; “The Prom Dress Killer,” a mystery, George A. Bernstein.

Still available: “The Magic of Memoir: Inspiration for the Writing Journey,” Linda Joy Myers and Brooke Warner; “The 5 Manners of Death,” a crime novel by Darden North; “In Plain Sight: A Jon Wells novel,” Greg Gardner; “The Art of Making Good Decisions,” Philip Kimble.

Last chance: “Murder Is Chartered: A Susan Wiles Schoolhouse Mystery,” Diane Weiner; “The Attempt to Uproot Sunni-Arab Influence,” Nabil Khalife; “The Bronx Kill,” a novel, Philip Gioffari; “Security,” a thriller, Gina Wohlsdorf; “The Beachcomber: The JFK Cold Case Files,” Michael Gering.