Local library adds new books during March

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PARIS — The Paris Public Library added the following books to its collection during March:

Fiction

Sarah Allen, “The Girl Who Chased the Moon;” Aaron Allston, “Star Wars: Fate of the Jedi;” Jo Bannister, “Liars All;” Linwood Barclay, “Never Look Away;” Jefferson Bass, “The Bone Thief;” William Bernhardt, “Capitol Betrayal;” Ashley Berry, “Warrior Queen;” William Peter Blatty, “Dimiter;” Alafair Burke, “212;” Rhys Bowen, “The Last Illusion;” Alan Bradley, “The Weed that Strings the Hangman’s Bag;” Stephen Cannell, “The Pallbearers;” Laura Childs, “The Teaberry Strangler;” Harlan Coben, “Caught.”

Also, Jennifer Crusie, “Wild Ride;” Rachel Cusk, “The Bradshaw Variations;” Clive Cussler, “The Silent Sea;” Sandra Dallas, “Whiter than Snow;” Jonathan Dee, “The Priviledges;” William Dietrich, “The Barbary Pirates;” Loren Estleman, “The Book of Murdock;” Linda Fairstein, “Hell Gate;” Sebastian Faulks, “A Week in December;” Edna Ferber, “Giant;” Katie Fforde, “Wedding Season;” Joy Fielding, “The Wild Zone;” Carol Goodman, “Arcadia Falls.”

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Also, Heather Graham, “The Killing Edge;” Seth Grahame-Smith, “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter;” Lisa Grunwald, “The Irresistible Henry House;” Erin Hart, “False Mermaid;” Lisa Jackson, “Without Mercy;” Jonathan Kellerman, “Deception;” Phillip Kerr, “If the Dead Rise Not;” Chang-rae Lee, “The Surrendered;” James Lehrer, “Purple Dots;” Sam Lipsyte, “The Ask;” Lisa Lutz, “The Spellmans Strike Again;” Gayle Lynds, “The Book of Spies;” Karl Marlantes, “Matterhorn.”

Also, Nancy Martin, “Our Lady of Immaculate Deception;” Ian McEwan, “Solar;” Diane Meier, “The Season of Second Chances;” Anchee Min, “Pearl of China;” Denise Mina, “Still Midnight;” Christopher Moore, “Bite Me;” Howard Frank Mosher, “Walking to Gatlinburg;” Walter Mosley, “Known to Evil;” Carla Neggers, “The Carriage House;” Jo Nesbo, “The Devil’s Star;” Tawni O’Dell, “Fragile Beasts;” Anne Perry, “The Sheen on the Silk.”

Also, Jodi Picoult, “House Rules;” Robin Pilcher, “The Long Way Home;” Henry Porter, “The Bell Ringers;” Mary Jo Putney, “Never Less than a Lady;” Jennifer Rardin, “Bite Marks;” Jennifer Rardin, “One More Bite;” Cornelia Read, “Invisible Boy;” Francine Rivers, “Her Mother’s Hope;” Karen Robards, “Shattered;” David Rosenfelt, “Down to the Wire;” John Saul, “Creature;” Robert Sawyer, “Flashforward.”

Also, Lionel Schriver, “So Much for That;” Lisa Scottoline, “Think Twice;” Erica Spindler, “Blood Vines;” Mark Spragg, “Bone Fire;” Paul Theroux, “A Dead Hand;” Margaret Weis, “Secret of the Dragon;” Richard Wheeler, “Snowbound;” Michael White, “Beautiful Assassin;” Randy Wayne White, “Deep Shadow;” Kate White, “Hush;” Tad Williams, “Shadowrise;” Edward Wilson, “Anthill;” Susan Wilson, “One Good Dog;” Jacqueline Winspear, “The Mapping of Love and Death;” Jason Wright, “The Cross Gardener;” Richard Yancey, “The Highly Effective Detectives Plays the Fool.”

Large print

Jonathan Kellerman, “Deception;” Robert B. Parker, “Split Image;” J.D. Robb, “Fantasy in Death.”

Paperback

Suzanne Brockmann, “Kiss and Tell;” Suzanne Brockmann, “The Kissing Game;” Jennifer Crusie, “Cinderella Deal;” Maryjanice Davidson, “Undead and Unappreciated;” Maryjanice Davidson, “Undead and Unreturnable;” Christine Feehan, “Shadow Game;” Lori Foster, “Back in Black;” Charlaine Harris, “From Dead to Worse;” Sabrina Jeffries, “The Truth about Lord Stoneville.”

Also, Nicole Jordan, “To Tame a Dangerous Lord;” Brenda Joyce, “An Impossible Attraction;” Angela Knight, “Master of Fire;” Linda Lael Miller, “Secondhand Bride;” Lora Leigh, “Black Jack;” Debbie Macomber, “Navy Brat;” Gena Showalter, “Twice as Hot.”

Young adult

Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, “Token of Darkness;” Kate Brian, “Scandal;” Zoey Dean, “City of Angels;” Becca Fitzpatrick, “Hush, Hush;” Claudia Gray, “Hourglass;” Rachel Hawkins, “Hex Hall;” Alice Hoffman, “Green Angel;” Alice Hoffman, “Green Witch;” Lindsay Leavitt, “Princess for Hire;” Garth Nix, “Lord Sunday.”

Also, James Patterson, “Fang;” Gary Paulsen, “Brian’s Return;” Carrie Ryan, “The Dead-Tossed Waves;” Neal Shusterman, “Everlost;” Neal Shusterman, “Unwind;” L.J. Smith, “Shadow Souls;” Rachel Vincent, “My Soul to Save.”

Books on audio-CD

Harlan Coben, “Caught;” Clive Cussler, “The Silent Sea;” Linda Fairstein, “Hell Gate;” Lisa Jackson, “Without Mercy;” Jonathan Kellerman, “Deception;” James Patterson, “Fang;” Lisa Scottoline, “Think Twice.”

Nonfiction

Hugh Ambrose, “The Pacific;” Daniel Amen, “Change Your Brain, Change Your Body;” Anil Ananthaswamy, “The Edge of Physics;” Andy Andrews, “The Noticer;” Thomas Asbridge, “The Crusades;” Steven Ascher, “The Filmmaker’s Handbook;” Don Ball, “America’s Colorful Railroads;” S. Wise Bauer, “The History of the Medieval World;” Jonathan Cartwright, “The White Barn Inn Cookbook.”

Also, James Coplan, “Making Sense of Autistic Spectrum;” Stanley Coren, “How Dogs Think;” Kelly Corrigan, “Lift;” Kelly Cutrone, “If You Have to Cry, Go Outside;” Lance Dodes, “The Heart of Addiction;” Wayne Dyer, “The Shift;” Chelsea Handler, “Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang;” James Hirsch, “Willie Mays;” Brian Hollingsworth, “The Great Book of Trains;” David Howarth, “We Die Alone.”

Also, Barbara Kafka, “Soup, A Way of Life;” Aaron Klein, “Encyclopedia of North American Railroads;” Michael Lewis, “The Big Short;” Lisa Lillien, “Hungry Girl 1-2-3;” Harry Markopolos, “No One Would Listen;” Judith Orloff, “Second Sight;” Diane Ravitch, “The Death and Life of the Great American School System;” Maggie Righetti, “Knitting in Plain English.”

Also, Mitt Romeny, “No Apology;” Karl Rove, “Courage and Consequence;” Denny Roz, “The New Vegetarian Cookbook;” Nick Schuyler, “Not Without Hope;” Rebecca Skloot, “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks;” Phil Town, “Payback Time;” “The Wholefood Cookbook.”

For more information or to reserve a title, call the Paris Public Library at 743-6994 or e-mail paris.public.library@MSLN.net. Home delivery is available.

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