NORWAY — Norway Memorial Library's September book list is as follows.
Fiction: Jussi Adler-Olsen, The Absent One; Sarah Andrews, Rock Bottom; Christopher R. Beha, What Happened to Sophie Wilder; Shani Boianjiu, The People of Forever are not Afraid; Amanda Coplin, The Orchardist; Debra Dean, The Mirrored World; Junot Diaz, This is How You Lose Her; Michael Ennis, The Malice of Fortune; Jonathan Evison, The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving; Tess Gerritsen, Rizzoli and Isles: Last to Die; Heather Graham, The Uninvited; Philippa Gregory, The Kingmaker’s Daughter; Linda Fairstein, Night Watch; Jon Katz, Dancing Dogs: Stories; Julia Keller, A Killing in the Hills; Laurie R. King, Garment of Shadows; William Kent Krueger, Trickster’s Point; Inman Majors, Love’s Winning Plays; Alexander McCall Smith, The Importance of Being Seven; Louise Penny, The Beautiful Mystery; Anne Perry, A Sunless Sea; Hanna Pylvainen, We Sinners; Kathy Reichs, Bones are Forever; Karen Robards, The Last Victim; Courtney Miller Santon, The Roots of the Olive Tree; Enid Shomer, The Twelve Rooms of the Nile; Danielle Steel, Friends Forever; Twan Eng Tan, The Garden of Evening Mists; Jonathan Tropper, One Last Thing to do Before I GO; Lance Weller, Wilderness; Elie Wiesel, Hostage.
Nonfiction: Marcus J. Borg, Evolution of the Word: The New Testament in the Order the Books were Written; Christopher Hitchens, Mortality; Naomi Wolf, Vagina: a New Biography; Hanna Rosin, The End of Men and the Rise of Women; Jeanne Marie Laskas, Hidden America: from the Coal Miners to Cowboys, an Extraordinary Exploration of the Unseen People Who Make this Country Work; Mike Lofgren, The Party is Over: How Republicans Went Crazy, Democrats Became Useless, and the Middle Class Got Shafted; Jonathan Kozol, Fire in the Ashes: Twenty-Five Years Among the Poorest Children in America; Katherine Baird, Trapped in Mediocrity: Why Our Schools Aren’t World Class and What We Can Do About It; Seth Rosenfeld, Subversives: The FBI’s War on Student Radicals, and Reagan’s Rise to Power; Ronald Schouten, Almost a Psychopath: Do I (or Someone I Know) Have a Problem with Manipulation and Lack of Empathy?; Rodger Dean Duncan, Change Friendly Leadership: How to Transform Good Intentions into Great Performance; Bill O’Reilly, Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination That Changed America Forever.
Biography: Paul Auster, Winter Journal; Harlow Giles Unger, John Quincy Adams.
Maine biography: John Ford, Suddenly, The Cider Didn’t Taste So Good; Monica Wood, When We Were the Kennedys.
CDs: Michael Brandman, Robert B. Parker’s Fool Me Twice; Brian Castner, The Long Walk: A Story of War and the Life that Follows; Lee Child, A Wanted Man; Kenneth C. Davis, Don’t Know Much About the American Presidents; Ken Follett, Winter of the World; Salman Rushdie, Joseph Anton; Adriana Trigiani, Big Cherry Holler.