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

Fiction

“The Rules of Engagement,” Anita Brookner; “The Hornet’s Nest,” Jimmy Carter; “The Lady and the Unicorn,” Tracy Chevalier; “Utopia,” Lincoln Child; “Shades of Earl Grey,” Laura Childs; “Killing Raven,” Margaret Coel; “Suspension,” Richard E. Crabbe; “Paranoia,” Joseph Finder.

Also, “Naked Empire,” Terry Goodkind; “Pompeii,” Robert Harris; “Absolute Friends,” John LeCarre; “Mr. Paradise,” Elmore Leonard; “Island,” Alistair MacLeod; “The Touch,” Colleen McCullough; “Someone to Watch Over Me,” Judith McNaught; “The Zero Game,” Brad Meltzer; “The Blackbirder,” James L. Nelson; “The Guardship,” James L. Nelson.

Also, “A Christmas Journey,” Anne Perry; “The Thousand Orces – the Hunter’s Blade Trilogy – Book I,” R. A. Salvatore; “The Lone Drow – the Hunter’s Blade Trilogy – Book II,” R. A. Salvatore; “The Amateur Marriage,” Anne Tyler; “The Early Stories,” John Updike; “Plain Language,” Barbara Wright.

Nonfiction

“World Almanac 2004,” “Winning Back America,” Howard Dean; “Call to Service,” John Kerry; “Prayer for America,” Dennis Kucinich; “Master the Miller Analogies Test,” William Bader.

Also, “ASVAB,” “Postal Exams,” John Gosney; “Real Estate License Examinations,” “Electrician and Electricians Helper,” “EMT Basic Exam,” “Firefighter Exam,” “Live From New York,” “Tom Shales; “The Lost New England None,” Will Anderson; “Best American Short Stories 2003,” “Franklin and Winston,” Jon Meacham; “Me Against my Brother,” Scott Peterson; “The Big House,” George Howe Colt; “My Mother’s Witness,” Carolyn Haines.


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