Paris Public Library adds novels


PARIS — The Paris Public Library recently added the following novels to its collection. For more information, or to reserve a title, call the library at 743-6994, or email [email protected] The library also posts new arrivals on its webpage, Home delivery is available.

Cherry Adair, “Riptide;” Robert Barnard, “A Charitable Body;” Nevada Barr, “The Rope;” Dave Barry, “Lunatics;” Larry Bond, “Larry Bond’s Red Dragon Rising;” Stephen Cannell, “Vigilante;” Orson Scott Card, “Shadows in Flight;” Robin Carr, “Hidden Summit;” Tom Clancy, “Locked On;” Mary Jane Clark, “The Look of Love;” Blaize Clement, “The Cat Sitter’s Pajamas;” Rebecca Coleman, “The Kingdom of Childhood;” Michael Connelly, “The Drop;” Robin Cook, “Death Benefit;” Bernard Cornwell, “Death of Kings;” Patricia Cornwell, “Red Mist;” Mary Daheim, “The Alpine Winter;” Jude Deveraux, “Moonlight in the Morning;” Eileen Dreyer, “Always a Temptress;” Carola Dunn, “Gone West.”

Also, Robert Ellis, “Murder Season;” Susan Enoch, “A Beginner’s Guide to Rakes;” Janet Evanovich, “Love in a Nutshell;” Christine Feehan, “Spirit Bound;” Monica Ferris, “Threadbare;” Diana Gabaldon, “The Scottish Prisoner;” Dorothy Garlock, “Come a Little Closer;” Elizabeth George, “Believing the Lie;” Kathleen O’Neal Gear, “The Broken Land;” Jo Goodman, “Kissing Comfort;” W.E.B. Griffin, “Covert Warriors;” James Grippando, “Need You Now;” Brian Herbert, “Sisterhood of Dune;” Cynthia Harrod-Eagles, “The Winding Road.”

Also, Stephen Havill, “One Perfect Shot;” Jack Higgins, “A Devil is Waiting;” Susan Hill, “The Betrayal of Trust;” Tami Hoag, “Down the Darkest Road;” Jillian Hunter, “A Duke’s Temptation;” Jillian Hunter, “A Bride Unveiled;” Stephen Hunter, “Soft Target;” Conn Iggulden, “Conqueror;” Eloisa James, “The Duke is Mine;” P.D. James, “Death Comes to Pemberley;” Steven James, “The Queen;” Faye Kellerman, “Gun Games;” Raymond Khoury, “The Devil’s Elixir;” Karen Kingsbury, “Longing;” Dean Koontz, “77 Shadow Street;” Jayne Ann Krentz, “Copper Beach.”

Also, Lora Leigh, “Lawe’s Justice;” Elmore Leonard, “Raylan;” John Lescroart, “The Hunter;” Penelope Lively, “How It All Began;” Bret Lott, “Dead Low Tide;” James Luceno, “Darth Plagueis: Star Wars;” Anna Jean Mayhew, “The Dry Grass of August;” Alexander McCall Smith, “The Forgotten Affairs of Youth;” Val McDermid, “The Retribution;” Gil McNeil, “Knit One Pearl One;” Leslie Meier, “Chocolate Covered Murder;” Fern Michaels, “Deadline;” Jo Nesbo, “The Leopard;” Carol O’Connell, “The Chalk Girl;” Sara Paretsky, “Breakdown;” T. Jefferson Parker, “The Jaguar;” James Patterson, “Private: #1 Suspect;” Stef Penny, “The Invisible Ones.”

Also, Douglas Preston, “Gideon’s Corpse;” Matthew Reilly, “Scarecrow Returns;” Karen Robards, “Sleepwalker;” Al Roker, “The Talk Show Murders;” Anders Roslund, “Cell 8;” Brandon Sanderson, “The Alloy of Law;” Tom Rob Smith, “Agent 6;” Lauraine Snelling, “A Heart for Home;” Lauraine Snelling, “Valley of Dreams;” Taylor Stevens, “The Innocent;” Brad Taylor, “All Necessary Force;” Paul Theroux, “Murder in Mount Holly;” Charles Todd, “The Confession;” Richard S. Wheeler, “The Richest Hill on Earth;” Sherryl Woods, “Waking Up in Charleston;” Stuart Woods, “D.C. Dead.”