ANDOVER – New books at the Andover Public Library have been announced.

Adult fiction

“Blood Canticle,” Anne Rice; “By Sorrows River,” Larry McMurtry; “Full Cry,” Rita Mae Brown; “Gatekeeper,” Archer Mayor; “Safe Harbour,” Danielle Steel; “Conspiracy Club'” Jonathan Kellerman; “Exile,” Richard Wheeler; “Murder Room” P.D. James; “Touch,” Colleen McCullough; “Trojan Odyssey,” Clive Cussler; “Snobbery With Violence,” Marion Chesney; “5 People You Meet in Heaven,” Mitch Albom; “Avenger,” Frederick Forsyth; “Capital Crimes,” Stuart Woods; “Christmas Journey,” Anne Perry.

“Dark Towers,” Stephen King; “For Love of Lois,” Edward Bliss; “Frankie’s Place,” Jim Sterba; “Ice Hunt,” James Rollins; “Kill Fee,” Laura Van Wormer; “Kiss them Goodbye,” Stella Cameron; “Our Lady of the Forest,” David Guterson; “Big Bad Wolf,” James Patterson; “Cry No More,” Linda Howard; “Hanged Mans Song,” John Sandford; “Holly,” Jude Deveraux; “Siegfried,” Harry Mulisch; “Year O,” Jeff Long; “Highlights to Heaven,” Nancy Cohen; “Odd Thomas,” Dean Koontz; “Pretty Dead,” Gerry Boyle; “With This Puzzle I Thee Kill,” Parnell Hall; “Digital Fortress,” Dan Brown; “Fountain Filled with Blood.” Spencer-Fleming; “Frumious Bandersnatch,” Ed McBain; “Paris Option, Robert Ludlum; “Pompeii,” Robert Harris; “Port Hazard,” Loren Estleman; “Sandpebbles,” Patricia Hickman; “Texas Vendetta,” Elmer Kelton; “Time to Dance,” Karen Kingsbury; “Wild Justice,” Wilbur Smith; “Three Junes,” Julia Glass.

Adult nonfiction

“Opposite of Fate,” Amy Tan; “South Beach Diet,” Arthur Agatston; “Bringing Elizabeth Home,” Ed Smart; “No Horizon is So Far,” Liv Arnesen; “Purpose Driven Life,” Richard Warren; “Reflections,” Barbara Bush; “Body by God,” Ben Lerner; “Parkinson’s Disease,” William Weiner; “Winged Migration,” Jean Mongibeaux; “Dude Where’s My Country,” Michael Moore; “Major League Dad,” Julia Stevens.


“Key of Light,” Nora Roberts; “Capital Crimes,” Stuart Woods; “Conspiracy Club,” Jonathan Kellerman.


“Matrix Reloaded,” “Dream Catcher,” “Bringing Down the House,” “Finding Nemo,” Santa Clause 2,” Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas,”; “Winged Migration,” “Seabiscuit,” “Daddy Day Care.”

Juvenile fiction

“Eragon Inheritance,” Christian Paolini; “Freak,” Francine Pascal; “Terrible Times,” Philip Ardagh; “Wanigan a Life on the River,” Gloria Whelan; “Creation,” Gerald McDermott; “Little Whistles Christmas,” Cynthia Rylant; “Star Wars Deceptions,”

“Boy Who Spoke Dog,” Clay Morgan; “Day of the Iguana,” Henry Winkler; “Dreadful Acts,” Philip Ardagh; “Snow Ghosts,” Leo Landry; “Welcome Home or Someplace Like It,” Charlotte Agell; “Everything Changes,” Lauren Brooke; “Grandfathers Christmas Tree,” Keith Strand; “Unbridled Fury,” Joanna Campbell.

Juvenile nonfiction

“Delicious Desserts,” Bobbie Kalman.

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