RUMFORD – The Rumford Public Library has released the name of new books added to the shelves.

Fiction

“A Very Private Gentleman,” Martin Booth; “Pretty Dead,” Gerry Boyle; “Emma’s Secret,” Barbara Taylor Bradford; “The Rules of Engagement,” Anita Brookner; “Angels and Demons,” Dan Brown; “Hollywood Divorces,” Jackie Collins; “The Road to Armageddon,” Larry Collins.

Also, “The Bungalow,” Paul Duchscherer; “The Kills,” Linda Fairstein; “Paranoia,” Joseph Finder; “Retreat, Hell!” W.E.B. Griffin; “The Havana Room,” Colin Harrison; “Retribution,” Jilliane Hoffman; “Reap A Wicked Harvest,” Janis Harrison; “Odd Thomas,” Dean Koontz; “Absolute Friends,” John Le Carre.

Also, “Mr. Paradise,” Elmore Leonard; “Bandbox,” Thomas Mallon; “Call Me the Breeze,” Patrick McCabe; “The Touch,” Colleen McCullough; “Sky Woman Falling,” Kirk Mitchell; “One Last Look,” Susanna Moore; “A Distant Shore,” Caryl Phillips.

Also, “The Sight of the Stars,” Belva Plain; “The Babes in the Wood,” Ruth Rendell; “The True and Outstanding Adventures of the Hunt Sisters,” Elisabeth Robinson; “Wine of Violence,” Priscilla J. Royal; “The Amateur Marriage,” Anne Tyler; “Old School,” Tobias Wolff.

Non-fiction

“Sea-Captain’s Houses and Rose Covered Cottages,” Margaret Moore Booker; “The Spontaneous Fulfillment,” Deepak Chopra; “A Tolkien Bestiary,” David Day; “The Last Ridge,” McKay Jenkins; “The Harvard Medical School Guide to Taking Control of Asthma,” Christopher Fanta; “Good Faeries,” Brian Froud.

Also, “Oriental Rugs of the Silk Route,” John B. Gregorian; “Painting Murals Step by Step,” Charles Grund; “Masterworks of Light,” Thomas Kincaid; “From Emeril’s Kitchens,” Emeril Lagasse; “Creative Collage Techniques,” Nita Leland; “Bull!:A History of the Boom, 1982-1999,” Maggie Mahar.

Also, “Killing the Buddha,” Peter Manseau; “Franklin and Winston,” Jon Meacham; “Woodshop Jigs and Fixtures,” Sandora Nagyszalanczy; “Paris, City of Art,” Jean-Marie Perouse de Montclos; “Fresh From the Vegetarian Slow Cooker,” Robin Robertson; “Climb to Conquer: The Untold Story of WWII’s 10th Mountain Division Ski Troops,” Peter Shelton; “The Consumer Guide to Solar Energy,” Scott Sklar; “The Trans Fat Solution,” Kim Severson; “Maus I,” Art Spiegelman; “Calendar Girl,” Tricia Stewart; “Broken Music,” Sting.

Paperbacks

“The English Breakfast Murder,” Laura Childs; “Chocolate Quake,” Nancy Faurbanks; “Lucky’s Lady,” Tami Hoag; “Mystic River,” Dennis Lehane; “Cinders to Satin,” Fern Michaels.


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