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

Fiction

“On Thin Ice,” Cherry Adair; “Invitation to Provence,” Elizabeth Adler; “Nights of Rain and Stars,” Maeve Binchy; “Midnight Band of Mercy,” Michael Blaine; “The Inner Circle,” T. Coraghassen Boyle; “Paradise City,” Lorenzo Carcaterra; “Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell,” Susanna Clarke; “Sleeper,” Christopher Dickey; “The Warlord’s Son,” Dan Fesperman.

Also, “People of the Raven,” Kathleen Gear; “All that Matters,” Jan Goldstein; “Jigs and Reels,” Joanne Harris; “Hunting Fear,” Kay Hooper; “The Program,” Gregg Hurwitz; “The Love Wife,” Gish Jen; “Blind Alley,” Iris Johansen; “The Dark Tower,” Stephen King; “Crossroad,” Beverly Lewis; “Being Committed,” Anna Maxted.

Also, “Slow Kill,” Michael McGarrity; “Immortal Highlander,” Karen Moning; “An Evening of Long Goodbyes,” Paul Murray; “The Falls,” Joyce Carol Oates; “Heir of the Glimmering World,” Cynthia Ozick; “Melancholy Baby,” Robert Parker; “The Betrayers,” Harold Robbins; “Are You Afraid of the Dark,” Sidney Sheldon; “Confession,” Sheldon Siegel; “Finishing School,” Muriel Spark; “Bitch Creek,” William Tapply; “Little Earthquakes,” Jennifer Weiner; “Unbidden Truth,” Kate Wilhelm.

Mysteries

“Trace,” Patricia Cornwell; “Winds of Change,” Martha Grimes; “Witch Hunt,” Ian Rankin; “A Taint in the Blood,” Dana Stabenow.

Science fiction

“Amber and Ashes,” Margaret Weis; “Edenborn,” Nick Sagan; “Witches of Karres,” James Schmitz.

Young adult

“Barbarian,” Lynne Ewing; “Becoming,” Lynne Ewing; “Escape,” Lynne Ewing; “Ida B,” Katherine Hannigan; “Hawkes Harbor,” S.E. Hinton; “Gifts,” Ursula LeGuin; “Vegan Virgin Valentine,” Carolyn Mackler; “A Boy No More,” Harry Mazer.

Paperbacks

“Chances Are,” Barbara Bretton; “Shore Lights,” Barbara Bretton; “Love and the Single Heiress,” Jacquie D’Alessandro; “Rocky Road to Romance,” Janet Evanovich; “Gentle Warrior,” Julie Garwood; “The Presence,” Heather Graham; “See How She Dies,” Lisa Jackson.

Also, “The Resort,” Bentley Little; “Temptation of a Proper Governess,” Cathy Maxwell; “Born O’Hurley,” Nora Roberts; “Charmed and Enchanted,” Nora Roberts; “Little Magic,” Nora Roberts; “Through Violet Eyes,” Stephen Woodworth.

Nonfiction

“Imperial Hubris: Why the West is Losing the War Against Terror,” Anonymous; “Pay It Down,” Jean Chatsky; “If You’ve Raised Kids, You Can Manage Anything,” Ann Crittenden; “Will in the World,” Stephen Greenblatt; “Caricatures,” Alex Hughes; “The Family: the Real Story of the Bush Dynasty,” Kitty Kelley; “No More Knee Pain,” George Kessler; “Blood and Oil,” Michael Klare; “Family First,” Phil McGraw.

Also, “Making Work Work,” Julie Morgenstern; “Invisible Acts of Power,” Caroline Myss; “Skywriting,” Jane Pauley; “Between a Rock and a Hard Place,” Aron Ralston; “How Full is Your Bucket?,” Tom Rath; “War and the American Presidency,” Arthur Schlesinger; “Good Carb Cookbook,” Sandra Woodruff; “The Essential Eating Well Cookbook;” “Guinness World Records 2005;” “Writer’s Market, 2005.”

Picture books

“The Umbrella,” Jan Brett; “Pinduli,” Janell Cannon; “One Dark and Dreadful Night,” Randy Cecil; “I Am Too Absolutely Small for School,” Lauren Child; “Wake the Dead,” Monica Harris; “Thanks for Thanksgiving,” Julie Markes; “Spooky Hour,” Tony Mitton; “Happy Haunting, Amelia Bedelia,” Herman Parish.

Also, “John Philip Duck,” Patricia Polacco; “Lost in the Woods,” Carl R. Sams II; “Wild About Books,” Judy Sierra; “I Know It’s Autumn,” Eileen Spinelli; “No Laughing, No Smiling, No Giggling,” James Stevenson; “Detective Larue,” Mark Teague.

Juvenile fiction

“Heir of Mystery,” Philip Ardagh; “Bucking the Sarge,” Christopher Paul Curtis; “The Wrath of Mulgrath,” Tony DiTerlizzi; “Merlin and the Making of the King,” Margaret Hodges; “Big Red,” Jim Kjelgaard; “Irish Red,” Jim Kjelgaard; “Boo…and I Mean It: Junie B., First Grader,” Barbara Park; “Edgar Allen Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Mayhem,” Edgar Allan Poe; “The Grim Grotto,” Lemony Snicket; “The Golem’s Eye,” Jonathan Stroud.

Juvenile nonfiction

“The Story of Halloween,” Carol Greene; “A Woman for President, ” Kathleen Krull; “Giant Dinosaurs of the Jurassic,” Gregory Wenzel.

Audiobooks

“White Hot,” Sandra Brown; “Trace,” Patricia Cornwell; “Hunting Fear,” Kay Hooper; “By Sorrows River,” Larry McMurtry; “Folly and Glory,” Larry McMurtry; “Sin Killer,” Larry McMurtry; “Wandering Hill,” Larry McMurtry; “Eragon,” Christopher Paolini; “Are You Afraid of the Dark,” Sidney Sheldon.

Audiobooks on CD

“White Hot,” Sandra Brown; “Trace,” Patricia Cornwell; “Hunting Fear,” Kay Hooper; “Blind Alley,” Iris Johansen; “Are You Afraid of the Dark,” Sidney Sheldon.

To reserve a title or for more information, call the library at 743-6994 or e-mail [email protected] The library can deliver materials to people unable to visit the library.


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