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

Fiction

“Hawke,” Ted Bell; “A Killing Frost,” Michael Black; “The Rule of Four,” Ian Caldwell; “Snap Hook,” John R. Corrigan; “Four Souls,” Louise Erdrich; “Ten Big Ones,” Janet Evanovich; “Sullivan’s Island,” Dorothea Benton Frank; “R is for Ricochet,” Sue Grafton; “Dead Angler,” Victoria Houston; “Second to None,” Alexander Kent; “The Body of Jonah Boyd,” David Leavitt; “Prince Edward,” Dennis McFarland; “Hidden Prey,” John Sanford; “Cameo Lake,” Susan Wilson.

Nonfiction

“Flow, the Psychology of Optimal Experience,” Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi; “The Evolving Self,” Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi; “Tao Mentoring,” Al Chung-liang Huang; “Discovering Moths,” John Himmelman; “Secrets of the Code,” Dan Burstein; “Into the Light,” Dave Martin; “Beyond the Last Village,” Alan Rabinowitz; “Interpreters with Lewis and Clark,” W. Dale Nelson; “Paper Shadows,” Wayson Choy; “My Life,” Bill Clinton; “Meriwether Lewis: a Biography,” Richard Dillon; “Wilderness Journey: the Life of William Clark,” William Foley; “Father Joe: the Man Who Save My Soul,” Tony Hendra; “William Clark and the Shaping of the West,” Landon Jones; “Truth and Beauty,” Ann Patchett.

Maine books

“The Island’s True Child,” Dorothy Simpson; “Where to Retire in Maine,” Victoria Doudera; “The Art of Maine in Winter,” Carl Little; “A Solitude of Space,” Thomas Crotty; “Maine Sporting Camps,” Alice Arlen.


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