New books added to library shelves


NORWAY — Norway Memorial Library has added the following books in February.


“Thanks for the Memories,” Ahern, Cecelia; “The Summer We Fell Apart,” Antalek, Robin; “Death of a Valentine,” Beaton, M. C.; “Triumph in Arms,” Blake, Jennifer; “Secrets of Eden,” Bohjalian, Chris; “Ordinary Thunderstorms,” Boyd, William; “Forbidden Falls,” Carr, Robyn; “The First Rule,” Crias, Robert; “Lead Me On,” Dahl, Victoria; “Point Omega,” DeLillo, Don; “Shadow Tag,” Erdrich, Louise; “The Unnamed,” Ferris, Joshua; “Sizzle,” Garwood, Julie.

Also, “Nightwalker,” Graham, Heather; “Winterland,” Glynn, Alan; “The Honor of Spies,” Griffin, W. E. B.; “Silencer,” Hall, James W.; “Winter Garden,” Hannah, Kristin; “The Wolf at the Door,” Higgins, Jack; “The Next Best Thing,” Higgins, Kristan; “Deeper than the Dead,” Hoag, Tami; “Sleepless,” Huston, Charlie; “Blindman’s Bluff,” Kellerman, Faye; “Evidence,” Kellerman, Jonathan; “The Swan Thieves,” Kostova, Elizabeth; “Fired Up,” Krentz, Jayne Ann.

Also, “Wishin’ and Hopin’: a Christmas Story,” Lamb, Wally; “Treasure Hunt,” Lescroart, John; “Reese’s Bride,” Martin, Kat; “The Unbearable Lightness of Scones,” McCall Smith, Alexander; “Rhino Ranch,” McMurtry, Larry; “The Many Deaths of the Firefly Brothers,” Mullen, Thomas; “The Professional,” Parker, Robert B., “Iron River,” Parker, T. Jefferson; “I, Alex Cross,” “Worst Case,” Patterson, James; “Generosity: an Enchantment,” Powers, Richard; “Doors Open,” Rankin, Ian; “Rough Country,” Sandford, John.

Also, “Wake Up Dead,” Smith, Roger; “Southern Lights,” Steel, Danielle; “A Dark Matter,” Straub, Peter; “Love and Summer,” Trevor, William; “Cutting For Stone,” Verghese, Abraham; “Truly, Madly,” Webber, Heather; “Weeping Underwater Looks a Lot like Laughter,” White, Michael J.; “Amazing Gracie,” Woods, Sherryl; “Kisser,” Woods, Stuart; “Safe from the Neighbors,” Yarbrough, Steve.



“This Book is Overdue: How Librarians and Cybrarians can Save Us All,” Johnson, Marilyn; “Why Boys Fail: Saving Our Sons From an Education System That’s Leaving Them Behind,” Whitmire, Richard; “Meeting Your Half-Orange: an Utterly Upbeat Guide to Using Dating Optimism to Find Your Perfect Match,” Spencer, Amy; “Googled: the End of the World as We Know It,” Auletta, Ken.

Also, “Why Our Health Matters: a Vision of Medicine that Can Transform Our Future,” Weil, Andrew; “Dawn Light: Dancing with Cranes and Other Ways To Start the Day,” Ackerman, Diane; “he Whale: In Search of the Giants of the Sea,” Hoare, Philip; “Cheating Death: the Doctors and Medical Miracles That are Saving Lives Against All Odds,” Gupta, Sanjay; “A Big Little Life: a Memoir of a Joyful Dog,” Koontz, Dean; “The Cranberry: Hard Work and Holiday Sauce,” Cole, Stephen.

Also, “The Pleasures for Cooking for One,” Jones, Judith; “Vincent Andrew Hartgen: His Art and Legacy,” Little, Carl; “Figure Skating’s Greatest Stars,” Milton, Steve; “Lunch in Paris: a Love Story with Recipes,” Bard, Elizabeth; “I’m Still Standing: From Captive U. S. Soldier to Free Citizen – My Journey Home,” Johnson, Shoshana.

Also, “Benedict Arnold’s Navy: the Ragtag Fleet that Lost the Battle of Lake Champlain but Won the American Revolution,” Nelson, James L.; “The American Civil War: a Military History,” Keegan, John; “The Winter Olympics: an Insider’s Guide to the Legends, The Lore, and the Games,” Judd, Roc C.; “The Complete Book of the Winter Olympics 2010 Edition,” Wallechinsky, David.


“Hold Me Tight and Tango Me Home,” Finn, Maria; “Julie and Julia: My Year of Cooking Dangerously,” Powell, Julie; “Devotion: a Memoir,” Shapiro, Dani; “Moon River and Me: A Memoir,” Williams, Andy.

Maine fiction

“Crawlspace,” Graves, Sarah.

Maine nonfiction

“Wilderness Partners: Buzz Caverly and Baxter State Park,” Austin, Phyllis; “Nature and Renewal: Wild River Valley and Beyond,” Bennett, Dean B.; Settled in the Wild: Notes from the Edge of Town,” Shetterly, Susan Hand.


“Secrets of Eden,” Bohjalian, Chris; “Brava, Valentine,” Trigiani, Adriana; “Kisser,” Woods, Stuart.