New books announced at local library


NORWAY — Norway Memorial Library has announced the March book list.


Atherton, “Aunt Dimity Down Under”; Berenson, “The Midnight House”; Blake, “The Postmistress”; Bradley, “The Weed that Strings the Hangman’s Bag”; Childs, “The Teaberry Stranger”; Conant-Park, “Cook the Books”; Cussler, “The Silent Sea”; Delaney, “Venetia Kelly’s Traveling Show.”

Also, Divakaruni, “One Amazing Thing”; Durrow, “The Girl Who Fell from the Sky”; Farber, “Postcards from a Dead Girl”; Hill, “Horns”; Mankell, “The Man from Beijing”; May, “The Runner: the Fifth China Thriller”; McLaughlin, “Nanny Returns”; McMahon, “The Crimson Room”; McNally, “After the Workshop: a Memoir by Jack Hercules Sheahan.”

Also, Mercer, “Slow Fire”; Mosher, “Walking to Gatlinburg”; Palmer, “The Dream of Perpetual Motion”; Parker, “Split Image”; Picoult, “House Rules”; Robb, “Fantasy in Death”; Rutherfurd, “New York”; Simonson, “Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand”; Spragg, “Bone Fire”; Stabenow, “A Night Too Dark”; Toibin, “Brooklyn”; Trigiani, “Brava, Valentine”; Wilson, “One Good Dog.”


Rathbone, “Windows 7 for Dummies”; “Librarians as Community Partners: an Outreach Handbook”; Pink, “Drive: the Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us”; Rosenblatt, “Making Toast: a Family Story”; Conover, “The Routes of Man: How Roads are Changing the World and the Way We Live Today.”

Also, Ananthaswamy, “The Edge of Physics: a Journey to Earth’s Extremes to Unlock the Secrets of the Universe”; Buckingham, “The Kitchen Garden: Month by Month”; “The Best 30-Minute Recipe: a Best Recipe Classic”; Barricelli, “The Sono Baking Company Cookbook”; Gray, “All Cakes Considered”; Mckay, “Use Your Head to get Your Foot in the Door: Job Search Secrets No One Else Will Tell You.”

McPhee, “Silk Parachute”; O’Brien, “Mrs. Adams in Winter: a Journey in the Last Days of Napoleon”; Heilemann, “Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime”; Otis, “Law of the Jungle: the Hunt for Colombian Guerrillas, American Hostages, and Buried Treasure.”


Bell, “Claiming Ground”; Carter, “Imperfect Ending: a Daughter’s Tale of Life and Death”; Theroux, “The Journal Keeper: a Memoir”; White, Lonely: a Memoir.”


Archer, “A Quiver Full of Arrows”; Banville, “The Infinities”; Black, “If I Loved You, I Would Tell You This”; Cussler, “The Silent Sea”; Delaney, “Venetia Kelly’s Traveling Show”; Dixon, “The Language of Secrets”; Faulks, “Devil May Care”; Hotchner, “Paul and Me”; Lundin, “Ubuntu!”; Mankell, “The Man from Beijing”; Mayes, “Every Day in Tuscany”; Simonson, “Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand.”