Paris Public Library lists books added in March

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The Paris Public Library added the following items to its collection in March. For more information, or to reserve a title, please call the Paris Public Library at 743-6994 or e-mail paris.public.library@MSLN.net. Home delivery of materials is available.

Fiction: Susan Wittig Albert, “Mourning Gloria;” Sarah Addison Allen, “The Peach Keeper;” Kate Atkinson, “Started Early, Took My Dog;” Jean Auel, “The Land of Painted Caves;” Donald Bain, “Skating on Thin Ice: A Murder She Wrote Mystery;” Jefferson Bass, “The Bone Yard;” Louis Bayard, “The School of Night;” Elizabeth Berg, “Once Upon a Time, There was You;” Jo Beverley, “An Unlikely Countess;” C.J. Box, “Cold Wind;” Suzanne Brockmann, “Breaking the Rules;” Robyn Carr, “Harvest Moon;” Carol Higgins Clark, “Mobbed;” Mary Higgins Clark, “I’ll Walk Alone;” Harlan Coben, “Live Wire;” Michael Connelly, “The Fifth Witness;” Charles Cummings, “The Trinity Six;” Clive Cussler, “The Jungle;” Mary Daheim, “The Alpine Vengeance;” Diane Mott Davidson, “Crunch Time;” Peter Deutermann, “Pacific Glory;” E.L. Doctorow, “All the Time in the World;” Carola Dunn, “Anthem for Doomed Youth;” Carol Edgarian, “Three Stages of Amazement;” Richard Paul Evans, “Miles to Go;” Linda Fairstein, “Silent Mercy;” Christine Feehan, “Dark Prince;” Jasper Fforde, “One of Our Thursdays is Missing;” Joy Fielding, “Now You See Her;” Lisa Gardner, “Love You More;” Dorothy Garlock, “Keep a Little Secret;” Kathleen O”Neal Gear, “The Dawn Country;” Margaret George, “Elizabeth I;” Heather Graham, “Phantom Evil;” James Grippando, “Afraid of the Dark;” Heather Gudenkauf, “The Weight of Silence;” Kristin Hannah, “Night Road;” Karen Harper, “The Irish Princess;” Carolyn Hart, “Dead by Midnight;” Brian Herbert, “Hellhole;” Lisa Jackson, “Devious;” Carsten Jensen, “We, the Drowned;” Darynda Jones, “First Grave on the Right;” Nicole Jordan, “To Desire a Wicked Duke;” Jonathan Kellerman, “Mystery;” Paul Kemp, “Star Wars: the Old Republic: Deceived;” Karen Kingsbury, “Leaving;” Thomas Kinkade, “The Wedding Promise;” Joe Konrath, “Shaken;” Joe Lansdale, “Devil Red;” Lora Leigh, “Live Wire;” Lora Leigh, “Navarro’s Promise;” Donna Leon, “Drawing Conclusions;” Beverly Lewis, “The Judgment;” Lisa Lutz, “Heads You Lose;” Henning Mankell, “The Troubled Man;” Nancy Martin, “Sticky Fingers;” Alexander McCall Smith, “The Saturday Big Tent Wedding;” Paula McLain, “The Paris Wife;” Fern Michaels, “Late Edition;” Walter Mosley, “When the Thrill is Gone;” Tea Obreht, “The Tiger’s Wife;” Stewart O’Nan, “Emily, Alone;” Ann Packer, “Swim Back to Me;” James Patterson, “Toys;” Anne Perry, “Treason at Lisson Grove;” Hannah Pittard, “The Fates will Find Their Way;” Ian Rankin, “The Complaints;” Luanne Rice, “The Silver Boat;” Francine Rivers, “Redeeming Love;” Ann Ross, “Miss Julia Rocks the Cradle;” Patrick Rothfuss, “The Wise Man’s Fear;” Patrick Rothfuss, “Name of the Wind;” Karen Russell, “Swamplandia;” Danielle Steel, “44 Charles Street;” Taylor Stevens, “The Informationist;” Joanna Trollope, “Daughters-In-Law;” J.R. Ward, “Lover Unleashed;” Susan Wiggs, “The Goodbye Quilt;” Jacqueline Winspear, “A Lesson in Secrets;” Don Winslow, “Satori;” Meg Wolitzer, “The Uncoupling.”

Large Print: Jean Auel, “The Land of Painted Caves;” Maeve Binchy, “Minding Frankie;” Michael Connelly, “The Fifth Witness;” Clive Cussler, “The Jungle;” Diane Mott Davidson, “Crunch Time;” Linda Fairstein, “Silent Mercy;” James Grippando, “Afraid of the Dark;” Kathleen Grissom, “The Kitchen House;” Karen Harper, “Inferno;” J.A. Jance, “Fatal Error;” Jonathan Kellerman, “Mystery;” Walter Mosley, “The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey;” Michael Palmer, “A Heartbeat Away;” James Patterson, “Toys;” Allison Pearson, “I Think I Love You;” J.D. Robb, “Treachery in Death;” Danielle Steel, “44 Charles Street.”

Books on Audio-CD: Suzanne Brockmann, “Breaking the Rules;” Mary Higgins Clark, “I’ll Walk Alone;” Harlan Coben, “Live Wire;” Michael Connelly, “The Fifth Witness;” Clive Cussler, “The Jungle;” Richard Paul Evans, “Miles to Go;” Linda Fairstein, “Silent Mercy;” Lisa Gardner, “Love You More;” Kristin Hannah, “Night Road;” Lisa Jackson, “Devious;” Jonathan Kellerman, “Mystery;” James Patterson, “Toys;” Carly Phillips, “Lucky Streak;” Danielle Steel, “44 Charles Street;” Alicia Valdes-Rodriguez, “Make Him Look Good;” Andrew Weil, “Healthy Aging.”

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Young Adult: Joan Bauer, “Close to Famous;” Cassandra Clare, “City of Fallen Angels;” Michael Grant, “Plague;” Lisi Harrison, “The Ghoul Next Door;” Rachel Hawkins, “Demonglass;” Anthony Horowitz, “Scorpia Rising;” Julie Kagawa, “The Iron King;” Julie Kagawa, “The Iron Daughter;” Julie Kawaga, “The Iron Queen;” Sherrilyn Kenyon, “Invincible;” Karen Mahoney, “The Iron Witch;” Brandon Mull, “A World without Heroes;” Michael Northrop, “Trapped;” Carrie Ryan, “The Dark and Hollow Places.”

Nonfiction: Rob Bell, “Love Wins;” David Brooks, “The Social Animal;” Todd Burpo, “Heaven is for Real;” Joshua Foer, “Moonwalking with Einstein;” James Gleick, “The Information;” Michio Kaku, “Physics of the Future;” Christopher Kaufman, “Executive Function in the Classroom;” Sandra Lee, “Sandra Lee Bake Sale Cookbook;” Lisa Lillien, “Hungry Girl 300 under 300;” Mike Moreno, “The 17 Day Diet;” Dick Morris, “Revolt!” Suze Orman, “The Money Class;” Sarah Vowell, “Unfamiliar Fishes;” Robert Weintraub, “The House that Ruth Built.”

Biography: Diane Ackerman, “One Hundred Names for Love;” Kostya Kennedy, “56: Joe DiMaggio and the Last Magic Number in Sports;” Tina Fey, “Bossypants;” Gabrielle Hamilton, “Blood, Bones & Butter;” Shirley MacLaine, “I’m Over All That.”

DVDs: “127 Hours;” “Burlesque;” “Due Date;” “Faster;” “The Fighter;” “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo;” The Girl Who Played with Fire;” The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest;” “Hereafter;” “How Do You Know;” “It’s Kind of a Funny Story;” “Jennifer Eight;” “The Kids are all Right;” “Life as We Know It;” “Love and Other Drugs;” “Megamind;” “Morning Glory;” “The Next Three Days;” “Skyline;” “The Switch;” “The Tourist;” “Unstoppable;” “Waiting for Superman;” “Yogi Bear;” “You Again.”

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