New books at Norway library

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NORWAY — Norway Memorial Library has listed the following new books for October.

Fiction

Brown, Sandra, “Tough Customer”; Clarke, Brock, “Exley”; Connelly, Michael, “The Reversal”; Cready, Gwyn, “Aching for Always”; Cussler, Clive, “Lost Empire”; Evans, Nicholas, “The Brave”; Follett, Ken, “Fall of Giants”; Franzen, Jonathan, “Freedom”; Garcia, Cristina, “The Lady Matador’s Hotel”; Goldberg, Myla, “The False Friend”; Heffernan, William, “The Dead Detective”; Hiaasen, Carl, “Star Island”; Jen, Gish, “World and Town”; Krauss, Nicole, “Great House.”

Also, Le Carre, John, “Our Kind of Traitor”; Leonard, Elmore, “Djibouti”; McCall Smith, Alexander, “The Charming Quirks of Others”; Meyers, Kent, “Twisted Tree”; Naslund, Sena Jeter, “Adam and Eve”; Neville, Stuart, “Collusion”; Paretsky, Sara, “Body Work”; Parker, Robert B., “Painted Ladies”; Patterson, James, “The Postcard Killer”; Penny, Louise, “Bury Your Dead”; Roth, Philip, “Nemesis”; Rozan, S. J., “On the Line”; Welling, Tina, “Cowboys Never Cry.”

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Nonfiction

Johnson, Steven, “Where Good Ideas Come From: the Natural History of Innovation”; Byrne, Rhonda, “The Power”; Ziegelman, Jane, “97 Orchard: an Edible History of Five Immigrant Families in One New York Tenement”; Simon, Scott, “Baby, We Were Meant for Each Other”; Eggers, Dave, “Zeitoun”; Borneman, Walter R., “Rival Rails: the Race to Build America’s Greatest Transcontinental Railroad.”

Also, Mansfield, Howard, “Turn and Jump: How Time and Place Fell Apart”; Cohen, Elizabeth, “The Empowered Patient”; Myron, Vicki, “Dewey’s Nine Lives: the Legacy of the Small-Town Cat Who Inspired Millions”; Bryson, Bill, “At Home: a Short History of Private Life”; Gorman, Stephen, “Thoreau’s New England.”

Biography

Betancourt, Ingrid, “Even Silence Has an End: My Six Years in Captivity in the Colombian Jungle”; Kalish, Mildred Armstrong, “Little Heathens: Hard Times and High Spirits on an Iowa Farm during the Great Depression”; Rice, Condoleezza, “Extraordinary, Ordinary People: a Memoir of Family.”

Maine fiction

Porbert, Randall, “Trial at Norway Dam.”

Maine nonfiction

Heffernan, Maureen, “Fairy Houses of the Maine Coast”; Griffin, Nancy, “Making Whoopies: the Official Whoopie Pie Book”; Simonds, Cynthia, “Delicious Maine Desserts: 96 Recipes from Easy to Elaborate”; Bailey, Elisabeth Tova, “The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating”; Peavey, Elizabeth, “Outta My Way”; Griffin, Nancy, “Maine 101: Everything You Wanted to Know About Maine and were Going to Ask Anyway.”

Also, Pinkham, Steve, “Mountains of Maine: Intriguing Stories Behind Their Names”; Spencer, Randy, “Where Cool Waters Flow: Four Seasons with a Master Maine Guide”; Tree, Christina, “Maine: an Explorer’s Guide”; Hary, Kerry, “Notes on a Lost Flute: a Field Guide to the Wabanaki”; Krupinski, Loretta, “Looking Astern: an Artist’s View of Maine’s Historic Working Waterfronts.”

Maine biography

Blanchard, Peter P., “We Were an Island: the Maine Life of Art and Nan Kellam”; Vietze, Andrew, “Becoming Teddy Roosevelt: How a Maine Guide Inspired America’s 26th President.”

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