NORWAY – The Norway Memorial Library announces its new book list.

Fiction

“The Hotel Riviera,” Elizabeth Adler; “High Country,” Nevada Barr; “Hate Crime,” William Bernhardt; “Emma’s Secret,” Barbara Taylor Bradford; “the Cat Who Talked Turkey,” Lillian Jackson Braun, “Morning Dark,” Daniel Buckman; “The Last Juror,” John Grisham; “Seduced by Moonlight,” Laurell K. Hamilton; “Garbo Laughs,” Elizabeth Hay; “New Spring-the novel-The Wheel of Time,” Robert Jordan; “Street Hungry,” Bill Kent; “The Second Chair,” John Lescroart; “The Spirit of Covington,” Joan Medlicott; “Bold Sons of Erin,” Owen Parry; “Dragon’s Lair,” Sharon Kay Penman; “Knee-Deep in Wonder,” April Reynolds; “When the Finch Rises,” Jack Riggs, “Divided in Death” J.D. Robb; “Riding with the Queen,” Jennie Shortridge; “Breakthrough,” Jonathan Stone; “Blinded,” Stephen White; “The Shade of my Own Tree,” Sheila Williams.

Nonfiction

“The Anxiety Book,” Jonathan Davidson; “The Everything Grant Writing Book,” Nancy Smith; “The Secret Knowledge of Water,” Craig Childs; “The What to Expect Baby-sitters Handbook,” Heidi Murkoff; “Complete Guide to Card Making,” Sarah Beaman; “Surrender or Starve,” Robert D. Kaplan; “Family and Children-1985,” The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings; “The Farm,” The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings; “House and Home,” The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings; “New England Celebrates: Spectacle, Commemoration, and Festivity-2000,” The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings; “Women’s Work in New England 1620-1920-2001,” The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings; “Meanwhile, Next Door to the Good Life,” Jean Hay Bright; “My Journey,” Rabbi Harry Sky; “Discover Acadia National Park,” Jerry and Marcy Monkman; “Lucky,” Alice Sebold; “Over the Moat,” James Sullivan.

“Give Me a Break,” John Stossel; “Decide and Conquer,” Stephen P. Robbins; “The Tipping Point – How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference,” Malcolm Gladwell; “Common Shock – Witnessing Violence Everyday; , Kaethe Weingarten; “My Time – Making the Most of the Rest of Your Life,” Abigail Trafford; “A Woman’s Book of Life,” Joan Borysenko; “Better Together – Restoring the American Community, Rober D. Putnam; American Unbound – The Bush Revolution in Foreign Policy, Ivo H. Daalder; “The Best American Science Writing 2003,” Oliver Sacks; “The Immortal Cell,” Michael West; “Tears of the Cheetah, Stephen J. O’Brien; “Mars on Earth,” Rober Zubrin; “Stories Rabbits Tell,” Susan E. Davis; “Low-Carb Meals in Minutes,” Linda Gassenheimer.

“Mom, Jason’s Breathing on Me!: The Solution to Sibling Bickering,” Anthony E. Wolf; “Toxic Emotions to Work,” Peter J. Frost; “The Complete Guide to Card Marking,” Sarah Beaman; “Knitting in Plain English,” Maggie Righetti; “The Morrow Guide to Knots,” Mario Bigon; “On the Run: An Angler’s Journey Down the Striper Coast,” David DiBenedetto; “A Report from the Border,” Anne Stevenson; “1968,” Mark Kurlanski; “Lost in Mongolia,” Colin Angus; “Antiquity,” Norman Cantor; “Crisis on the Korean Peninsula,” Michael O’Hanlon; “Kashmir,” Sumantra Bose; “When the Birds Stopped Singing: Life in Ramallah Under Seige,” Raja Shehadeh; “The Price of Loyalty,” Ron Suskind.

“The King of California,” Mark Arax; “Nancy,” Michael K. Deaver; “Living to Tell the Tale,” Gabriel Garcia Marquez; “An Accidental Cowboy,” Jameson Parker; “The Big O,” Oscar Robertson; “Yasir Arafat: A Politicial Biography,” Barry Rubin; “The Everything Grant Writing Book,” Nancy Burkey Smith; “Paying for College Without Going Broke,” Kalman Chany; “Jobs Rated Almanac,” Les Krantz; “The Backdoor Guide to Short-term Job Adventures,” Michael Landes.



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