PARIS – The Paris Public Library recently added the following materials to its collection:

Adult fiction

“Slightly Dangerous” by Mary Balogh; “Star Wars: The Cestus Deception,” Steven Barnes; “Dead Lines,” Greg Bear; “Trophy Hunt,” C.J. Box; “Plan of Attack,” Dale Brown; “Missing Justice,” Alafair Burke; “Rule of Four,” Ian Caldwell; “You Remind Me of Me,” Dan Chaon.

Also, “Enemy,” Lee Child; “The Narrows,” Michael Connelly; “Liars and Thieves,” Stephen Coonts; “Blowout,” Catherine Coulter; “The Summer I Dared,” Barbara Delinsky; “The First Wife,” Diana Diamond; “Sweet Land Stories,” by E.L. Doctorow; “Some Enchanted Evening,” Christina Dodd.

Also, “Nothing Lost,” John Gregory Dunne; “Big Secret,” Pete Earley; “Four Souls,” Louise Erdrich; “Ten Big Ones,” Janet Evanovich; “Olivia Joules and the Overactive Imagination,” Helen Fielding; “Memorial Day,” Vince Flynn; “The Collector,” John Fowles; “Secret Smile,” Nicci French; “The Coma,” Alex Garland; “Grant Comes East,” Newt Gingrich.

Also, “Dumping Billy,” Olivia Goldsmith; “The Drowning Tree,” Carol Goodman; “Way Past Legal,” Norman Green; “Tarnished Eye,” Judith Guest; “The Things We do for Love,” Kristin Hannah; “Eventide,” Kent Haruf; “Flesh and Blood,” John Harvey; “The Brilliance of the Moon,” Lian Hearn; “Kill the Messenger,” Tami Hoag; “The Madman’s Tale,” John Katzenbach.

Also, “The Tyrant’s Novel,” Thomas Keneally; “Hundredth Man,” Jack Kerley; The Other Side of the Story,” Marian Keyes; “Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah,” Stephen King; “Taking,” Dean Koontz; “Transmission,” Hari Kunzru; “Last Prophecy,” Jon Land; “Heat Wave,” Jill Marie Landis; “Crossing California,” Adam Langer; “Earthquake Weather,” Terri Lankford; “Past Due,” William Lasher; “Flying Crows,” James Lehrer; “The Sacrifice,” Beverly Lewis; “The Color of Death,” Elizabeth Lowell; “The Bourne Legacy,” Eric Van Lustbader; “The Shop on Blossom Street,” Debbie Macomber.

Also, “Breakfast at Stephanie’s,” Sue Margolis; “A Good Year,” Peter Mayle; “Old Boys,” Charles McCarry; “Folly and Glory,” Larry McMurtry; “Second Assistant,” Claire Naylor; “Popular Music from Vittula,” Mikael Niemi; “Ringworld’s Children,” Larry Niven; “Coal Run,” Tawni O’Dell; Mourning Wood,” Daniel Paisner; “Sam’s Letters to Jennifer,” James Patterson; “Queen of the South,” Arturo Perez-Reverte.

Also, “Under the Boardwalk,” Carly Philips; “Kiss of Fate,” Mary Jo Putney; “The Paid Companion,” Amanda Quick; “Monday Mourning,” Kathy Reichs; “Forty Signs of Rain,” Kim Stanley Robinson; “Hidden Prey,” John Sandford; “Killer Smile,” Lisa Scottoline.

Also, “Like a Charm,” edited by Karin Slaughter; “See Jane Die,” Erica Spindler; “Second Chance,” Danielle Steel; “The Master,” Colm Toibin; “Live Bait,” P.J. Tracy; “Queen of the Big Time,” Adriana Trigiani; “Black,” Chris Whitcomb; “Garden of Martyrs,” Michael White; “Tampa Burn,” Randy Wayne White; “The Children’s Hour,” Marcia Willett.

Mysteries

“Murder Suicide,” Keith Ablow; “Murder on the Leviathan,” Boris Akunin; “Lazybones,” Mark Billingham; “Home Body,” Gerry Boyle; “Cold Case Squad,” Edna Buchanan; “In the Moon of Red Ponies,” James Lee Burke; “Murder at a Vineyard Mansion,” Philip Craig; “Death of a Thousand Cuts,” Barbara D’Amato; “The Hamilton Case,” Michelle De Kretser; “Retro,” Loren Estleman; “Broken Dishes,” Earlene Fowler; “Ice Run,” Steve Hamilton; “I Dreamed I Married Perry Mason,” Susan Kandel; “Return of the Dancing Master,” Hennin Mankell; “Star Spangled Murder,” Leslie Meier; “The Body in the Attic,” Katherine Page; “She Smiled Sweetly,” Mary-Ann Tirone Smith.

Large print

“My Life,” Bill Clinton; “The Narrows,” Michael Connelly; “Ten Big Ones,” Janet Evanovich; “Taking,” Dean Koontz; “Sam’s Letters to Jennifer,” James Patterson.

Young adult

“Leaving Protection,” Will Hobbs; “The Ribbajack,” Brian Jacques; “Confessions of a Not-It Girl,” Melissa Kantor; “Shooter,” Walter Dean Myers; “Including Alice,” Phyllis Reynolds Naylor; “Hat Full of Sky,” Terry Pratchett; “Away Laughing on a Fast Camel,” Louisa Rennison; “One of Those Hideous Books Where the Mother Dies,” Sonya Sones; “Shadowmancer,” G.P. Taylor; “War of the Worlds,” H.G. Wells; “Midnighters: the Secret Hour,” Scott Westerfeld.

Adult nonfiction

“Pretext for War,” James Bamford; “The Pentagon’s New Map.” Thomas Barnett; “The Perfect Mile,” Neal Bascomb; “The Mammals of North America,” Nora Bowers; “Battle Ready,” Tom Clancy; “My Life,” Bill Clinton; “The Big House,” George Howe Colt; “75,000+ Baby Names for the 21st Century,” Lori Cooper; “The Secret Life of Lobsters,” Trevor Corson.

Also, “Hard Line,” Ken Ellingwood; “This Man’s Army,” Andrew Exum; “Scribbling with the Cat,” Alexandra Fuller; “Changing Minds,” Howard Gardner; “Curves,” Gary Heavin; “The Geese of Beaver Bog,” Bernd Heinrich; “The Iraq War,” John Keegan; “The Outlaw Sea,” Walter Langewiesche.

Also, “Fear and Other Uninvited Guests,” Harriet Lerner; “The Kid Who Named Pluto,” Marc McCutcheon; “Rewriting History,” Dick Morris; “Italian for Dummies,” Franesca Onofrio; Monte Cassino: the Hardest Fought Battle of World War II,” Matthew Parker.

Also, “Truth and Beauty,” Ann Patchett; “The End of Oil,” Paul Roberts; “Big Russ and Me,” Tim Russert; “Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim,” David Sedaris; “The 10 Basic Principles of Good Parenting,” Laurence Steinberg; “My Time: Making the Most of the Rest of Your Life,” Abigail Trafford; “The Politics of Truth,” Joseph Wilson.

Also, “The Secrets of Good-Carb/Low-Carb Living,” Sandra Woodruff; “The Lobster Coast: Rebels, Rusticators and the Frontier,” Colin Woodward; Generation Kill,” Evan Wright; “ADHD: A Complete and Authoritative Guide”; “Home Cheap Home”; “Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy.”

Picture books

“Mister Seahorse,” Eric Carle; “The Very Busy Spider,” Eric Carle; “Fossil,” Claire Ewart; “The Daddy Mountain,” Jules Feiffer; “Mother, May I?,” Lynn Plourde; “Four Seasons Make a Year,” Anne Rockwell; “The Reluctant Dragon,” Robert San Souci.

Juvenile fiction

“Young Cam Jansen and the New Girl Mystery,” David Adler; “Chasing Vermeer,” Blue Balliett; “Day of the Dragon: The Extreme Team,” Matt Christopher; “One Smooth Move: the Extreme Team,” Matt Christopher; “The Supernaturalist,” Eoin Colfer; “The People of Sparks,” Jeanne DuPrau.

Also, “The Fish in Room No. 11,” Heather Dyer; “Among the Barons,” Margaret Peterson Haddix; “Among the Brave,” Margaret Peterson Haddix; “Charlie Bone and the Invisible Boy,” Jenny Nimmo; “Junie B, 1st Grader: Shipwrecked,” Barbara Park; “The Quilt,” Gary Paulsen.

Juvenile nonfiction

“American Moments: Scenes from American History,” Robert Burleigh; “Mummies, Pyramids, and Pharaoh,” Gail Gibbons; “Quilting Bee,” Gail Gibbons; “Stories from the Life of Jesus,” Celi Lottridge; “The Kids Guide to Money Cent$,” Keltie Thomas; “Can You See What I See?: Seymour and the Juice Box Boat,” Walter Wick; “Poetry for Young People: American Poetry.

Audio books

“My Life,” Bill Clinton; “The Narrows,” Michael Connelly; “Blowout,” Catherine Coulter; “The Summer I Dared,” Barbara Delinsky; “Ten Big Ones,” Janet Evanovich; “Taking,” Dean Koontz; “Sam’s Letters to Jennifer,” James Patterson; “Second Chance,” Danielle Steel.

Audio CDs

“Blowout,” Catherine Coulter; “The Summer I Dared,” Barbara Delinsky; “Ten Big Ones,” Janet Evanovich; “Taking,” Dean Koontz; “Sam’s Letter to Jennifer,” James Patterson; “Killer Smile,” Lisa Scottoline; “Second Chance,” Danielle Steel.

For more information, call the library at 743-6994 or e-mail [email protected] The library’s catalog is searchable online at its Web page, www.paris.lib.me.us.


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