Norway library adds books to shelves

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NORWAY – Norway Memorial Library has announced its new book list.

Fiction

“The Tent,” Margaret Atwood; “The Grace That Keeps This World,” Tom Bailey; “Arthur and George,” Julian Barnes; “Death of a Dreamer,” M.C. Beaton; “The Time in Between,” David Bergen; “Murder in Montmartre,” Cara Black; “A Dark and Deadly Deception,” Eleanor Taylor Bland; “Running with the Dead,” Jay Brandon; “The Cat Who Dropped a Bombshell,” Lilian Jackson Braun.

Also, “Leaving Home,” Anita Brookner; “Sour Puss,” Rita Mae Browne; “The Two Minute Rule,” Robert Crais; “The Inheritance of Loss,” Kiran Desai; “In the Company of the Courtesan,” Sarah Dunant; “And She Was,” Cindy Dyson; “On the Fringe,” Aaron and Charlotte Elkins; “26a,” Diana Evans; “Prayers for the Assassin,” Robert Ferrigno.

Also, “Flashman on the March,” George MacDonald Fraser; “Gone,” Lisa Gardner; “The Ghost Orchid,” Carol Goodman; “Tilt a Whirl,” Chris Grabenstein; “S is for Silence,” Sue Grafton; “Ghost Walk,” Heather Graham; “The Old Wine Shades,” Martha Grimes; “Gentlemen and Players,” Joanne Harris; “Spoonwood,” Ernest Hebert; “House of the Deaf,” Lamar Herrin.

Also, “The Stranger House,” Reginald Hill; “On the Run,” Iris Johansen; “Terror Town,” Stuart M. Kaminsky; “The Moon Tunnel,” Jim Kelly; “Fashionably Late,” Beth Kendrick; “Cell,” Stephen King; “All Night Long,” Jayne Ann Krentz; “The Empress of India,” Michael Kurland; “The Hunt Club,” John Lescroart; “The Door to Bitterness,” Martin Limon.

Also, “Eye of the Beholder,” Merline Lovelace; “Truth and Consequences,” Alison Lurie; “A Perfect Pledge,” Rabindranath Maharaj; “St. Albans Fire,” Archer Mayer; “The Good Life,” Jay McInerney; “Irish Gift,” Ralph McInerny; “The People’s Act of Love,” James Meek; “A Family Daughter,” Maile Meloy; “Murder Never Forgets,” Diana O’Hehir.

Also, “Sea Change,” Robert B. Parker; “Nightlife,” Thomas Perry; “Mrs. Freud,” Mrs. Rosen; “The Mayor of Lexington Avenue,” James Sheehan; “The Ruins of California,” Martha Sherrill; “Murder at the Washington Tribune,” Margaret Truman; “Kill Me,” Stephen White; “Blood Fugues,” Edgardo Vega.

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