NORWAY – The Norway Memorial Library new book list for May is announced.


“The Art of Mending,” Elizabeth Berg; “The Burglar on the Prowl,” Lawrence Block; “Intensive Scare Unit,” J.S. Borthwick; “The Tumbler,” Peter Bowen; “Easy Come Easy Go,” David Champion; “Green Mountain, White Cloud,” Francois Cheng; “The Enemy,” Lee Child. Also, “Death Match,” Lincoln Child; “Nighttime is My Time,” Mary Higgins Clark; “Just One Look,” Harlan Coben; “Eleven Minutes,” Paulo Coelho; “The Narrows,” Michael Connelly; “Liars and Thieves,” Stephen Coonts; “The Hamilton Case,” Michelle DeKrestser. Also, “The Summer I Dared,” Barbara Delinsky; “Sweet Land Stories,” E.L. Doctorow; “Nothing Lost,” John Gregory Dunne; “Links,” Naruddin Farrah; “Triple Cross,” Brian Freemantle; “The Sea House,” Esther Freud; “Dumping Billy,” Olivia Goldsmith. Also, “Awake,” elizabeth Graver; “Codex,” Lev Grossman; “Justice for None,” Gene Hackman; “Sarah,” Marek Halter; “Eventide,” Kent Haruf; “True North,” Jim Harrison; “Dead Hot Mama,” Victoria Houston; “Dead Frenzy,” Victoria Houston; “The Heartbreaker,” Susan Howatch. Also, “Caught Stealing,” Charlie Huston; “The Devil you Know,” Wayne Johnson; “Therapy,” Jonathan Kellerman; “The Other Side of the Story,” Marian Keyes; “Making Waves,” Cassandra King; “Can You Keep a Secret?” Sophie Kinsella; “The Last Prophecy,” Jon Land; “Sunset and Sawdust,” Joe R. Lansdale; “Doctored Evidence,” Donna Leon. Also, “World Famous Love Acts,” Brian Leung; “Blood on the Wood,” Gillian Linscott; “A Spectacle of Corruption,” David Liss; “Above the Thunder,” Renee Manfredi; “Call Me the Breeze,” Patrick McCabe; “The Shop on Blossom Street,” Debbie McComber; “Folly and Glory,” Larry McMurtry; “Repentences,” Annette Meyers. Also, “The Blue Bowl,” Geaorge Minot; “Sabbath Creek,” Judson Mitchum; “A Hole in the Universe,” Mary McGarry Morris; “The Second Assistant,” Clare Naylor; “Beautiful Ghosts,” Elliot Pattinson; “The Shifting Tide,” Anne Perry; “Guardian of the Horizon,” Elizabeth Peters; “The Paid Companion,” Amanda Quick; “Sullivan’s Law,” Nancy Taylor Rosenberg. Also, “The Shadow of the Wind,” Carlos Ruiz Zaffon; “Black Greek Crossing,” John Saul; “The Pear Diver,” Jeff Talarigo; “Wind Spirit,” Aimee Thurlo; “The Master,” Colm Toibin; “Brother and Sister,” Joanna Trollope; “The Fires of Pride,” William R. Trotter; “The Caddie,” Michael J. Vernon; “Now is the Time to Open your Heart,” Alice Walker; ” Till Death do Us Part,” Kate White; “The Garden of Martyrs,” Michelle White; “Good Grief,” Lolly Winston; “Reckless Abandon,” Stuart Woods.


“Eats, Shoots and Leaves: Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation,” Lynne Truss; “Fungi,” Roy Watling; “Native Trees, Shrubs and Vines,” William Cullina; “The Well-Tended Perennial Garden,” Tracy DiSabato; “The South Beach Diet Cookbook,” A. Agatston; “The Well Designed Mixed Garden,” Tracy DiSabato.

Also, “Funny Cide: How a Horse Trainer, A Jockey, and a Bunch of High School Buddies Took on the Sheiks and Blue Bloods … and Won,” “Founding Mothers: The Women who Raised Our Nation,” Cokie Roberts; “Worse than Watergate: the Secret Presidency of George W. Bush,” John Dean; “Three Weeks with My Brother,” Nicholas Sparks.

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