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

Adult fiction

“Black Cat,” V.C.Andrews; “Hour Game,” David Baldacci; “The Darling,” Russell Banks; “The Romanov Prophecy,” Steve Berry; “Liberating Paris,” Linda Bloodworth-Thomason; “Before You Know Kindness,” Chris Bohjalian; “Florence of Arabia,” Christopher Buckley; “The Murder Artist,” John Case; “Mary and O’Neil,” Justin Cronin.

Also, “Sacred Stone,” Clive Cussler; “Birds without Wings,” Louise De Bernieres; “Runes of the Earth,” Stephen Donaldson; “Red Queen,” Margaret Drabble; “Final Beginnings,” John Edward; “Good Morning Darkness,” Ruth Francisco; “Whirlwind,” Joseph Garber; “Sammy’s Hill,” Kristin Gore; “The Parisian Affair,” Judith Gould; “Incubus Dreams,” Lauren Hamilton.

Also, “Lake of Sorrows,” Erin Hart; “A Delaney Christmas Carol,” Kay Hooper; “Any Place I Hang My Hat,” Susan Isaacs; “Savannah, or, A Gift for Mr. Lincoln,” John Jakes; “War Trash,” Ha Jin; “Shopaholic and Sister,” Sophie Kinsella; “Shotgun Alley,” Andrew Klavan; “Robot Santa,” Dean Koontz; “Harvest,” Catherine Landis.

“The Prodigal,”, Beverly Lewis; “The Sunday Philosophy Club,” Alexander McCall Smith; “Family Blessings,” Fern Michael; “Marque and Reprisal,” Elizabeth Moon; “Snow,” Orhan Pamuk; “California Girl,” T. Jefferson Parker; “Shoulder the Sky,” Anne Perry; “Virtues of War,” Steven Pressfield; “Northern Lights,” Nora Roberts; “Shantaram,” Gregory Roberts; “The Gift,” Nora Roberts.

Also, “Absent Friends,” S.J. Rozan; “Gentleman’s Game,” Greg Rucka; “Two Swords,” R.A. Salvatore; “To the Last Man,” Jeff Shaara; “Light on Snow,” Anita Shreve; “Fire Point,” John Smolens; “System of the World,” Neal Stephenson; “In the Night Room,” Peter Straub; “Blood Retribution,” David Thurlo; “Villages,” John Updike; “The Sacrifice,” Robert Whitlow; “Crisscross,” F. Paul Wilson; “The Prince of Beverly Hills,” Stuart Woods.

Mysteries

“A Vote for Murder: A Murder She Wrote Mystery,” Donald Bain; “The Winter House,” Carol O’Connell; “Trace,” Patricia Cornwell; “In a Dark House,” Deborah Crombie; “Double Shot,” Diane Mott Davidson; “The Sugar Cookie Murder,” Joanne Fluke; “Burnt Orange Sunrise,” David Handler; “Good Morning, Midnight,” Reginald Hill; “Double Homicide,” Faye and Jonathan Kellerman; “Surrogate Thief,” Archer Mayor; “A Christmas Visitor,” Anne Perry; “First Cut,” Peter Robinson; “Murder at Union Station,” Margaret Truman; “Dying in the Dark,” Valerie Wesley.

Young adult

“Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War,” Clive Barker; “Princess Present,” Meg Cabot; “Alison Rules,” Catherine Clark; “Lionboy: The Chase,” Zizou Corder; “The Old Willis Place,” Mary Downing Hahn; “Rakkety Tam,” Brian Jacques; “Here Today,” Ann M. Martin; “Rock Star Superstar,” Blake Nelson; “Trickster’s Queen,” Tamora Pierce; “Wormwood,” G.P. Taylor.

Paperbacks

“Whole Lotta Trouble,” Stephanie Bond; “A Lady of His Own,” Stephanie Laurens; “44 Cranberry Point,” Debbie Macomber; “The Butler Did It,” Kasey Michaels; “Blue Dahlia,” Nora Roberts; “Little Fate,” Nora Roberts; “Moon Shadows,” Nora Roberts; “Winner Takes All,” Nora Roberts; “With Open Arms,” Nora Roberts.

Adult nonfiction

“The Fall of Baghdad,” Jon Anderson; “The Spiral Staircase,” Karen Armstrong; “Critical Condition: America’s Health Care System,” Donald Bartlett; “He’s Just Not That Into You,” Greg Behrendt; “When Will Jesus Bring the Pork Chops,” George Carlin; “The Cat Owner’s Home Veterinary Handbook,” Delbert Carlson; “The Book of Secrets,” Deepak Chopra.

Also, “How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must),” Ann Coulter; “They Made America,” Harold Evans; “Bookkeeping Made Simple,” Louis Field; “Memory Makers Great Scrapbooks,” Michelle Gerbrandt; “Receiving Love,” Harville Hendrix; “Chain of Command,” Seymour Hersh; “Defining the Wind,” Scott Huler.

Also, “Exuberance: the Passion for Life,” Kay Redfield Jamison; “Shadow War,” Richard Miniter; “Unfit for Command,” John E. O’Neill; “How to Sell Anything on E-bay,” Dennis Prince; “Celebrations 101,” Rick Rodgers; “Green River Running Red,” Ann Rule; “The Answer to Cancer,” Carol Runowicz; “Face the Nation,” Bob Schieffer; “Breast Cancer Husband,” Marc Silver.

Also, “America (The Book),” Jon Stewart; “In Style Getting Gorgeous,” Jennifer Tung; “Rising from the Rails,” Larry Tye; “Origins,” Neil DeGrasse Tyson; “It Seemed Important at the Time,” Gloria Vanderbilt; “911 Commission Report”; “Ripley’s Believe It or Not”; “The Ultimate Scrapbooking Book”; “Through Our Enemies’ Eyes”; “Thunder and Glory: The 25 Most Memorable Moments in NASCAR History”; “Wild Discovery Guide to Your Cat.”

Picture books

“All Things Bright and Beautiful,” Cecilia Alexander; “Jungle Drums,” Graeme Base; “Merry Christmas to You, Blue Kangaroo,” Emma Chichester Clark; “It’s Hard to Be Five,” Jamie Lee Curtis; “Mystery at the Club Sandwich,” Doug Cushman; “Guess Who’s Coming to Santa’s for Dinner,” Tomie dePaola; “The Attic Christmas,”,B.G. Hennessey.

Also, “The Cats in Krasinski Square,” Karen Hesse; “Henry Works,” D.B. Johnson; “Santa Claus is Comin’ Home,” Steven Kellogg; “Shall I Knit You a Hat?,” Kate Klise; “Confused Hanukkah,” Jon Koons; “The Best Pet of All,” David LaRochelle; “Humphrey, Albert and the Flying Machine,” Kathryn Lasky; “You’re All My Favorites,” Sam McBratney.

Also, “Helen Oxenbury’s Nursery Collection,” Helen Oxenbury; “An Orange for Frankie,” Patricia Polacco; “Wild Witches Hall,” Jack Prelutsky; “Grandy Thaxter’s Helper,” Douglas Rees; “Henry and Mudge and a Very Merry Christmas,” Cynthia Rylant; “Mr. Putter and Tabby Write the Book,” Cynthia Rylant; “Science Verse,” Jon Scieszka; “Alice the Fairy,” David Shannon.

Also, “Train of States,” Peter Sis; “Thanksgiving on Plymouth Plantation,” Diane Stanley; “The Giant and the Beanstalk,” Diane Stanley; “Room for a Little One,” Martin Waddell; “Finding Christmas,” Helen Ward; “Knuffle Bunny,” Mo Willems; “Bear Stays Up for Christmas,” Karma Wilson; “Ten Little Fish,” Audrey Wood.

Juvenile fiction

“Snowboard Champ,” Matt Christopher; “The Last Holiday Concert,” Andrew Clements; “Sea of Trolls,” Nancy Farmer; “Owen Foote, Mighty Scientist,” Stephanie Greene; “Murder, My Tweet,” Bruce Hale; “No Time Like Show Time,” Michael Hoeye; “Lucy Rose: Here’s the Thing About Me,” Katy Kelly.

Also, “More Perfect Than the Moon,” Patricia Maclachlan; “Judy Moody, MD: the Doctor is in,” Megan McDonald; “My Travels with Capts. Lewis and Clark,” Kate McMullan; “Lovingly Alice,” Phyllis Reynolds Naylor; “Winter of the Ice Wizard,” Mary Pope Osborne; “Midnight Over Sanctaphrax,” Paul Stewart; “Have You Met My Ghoulfriend?,” R.L. Stine; “The Ratastrophe Catastrophe,” David Lee Stone.

Juvenile nonfiction

“Fight for Freedom,” Benson Bobrick; “Everything Dolphin,” Marty Crisp; “Dream of Freedom,” Diane McWhorter; “From Seed to Pumpkin,” Wendy Pfeffer; “If Not for the Cat,” Jack Prelutsky; “Tree of Life,” Rochelle Strauss; “Can You See What I See: Cool Collections,” Walter Wick; “Everything Reptile,” Cherie Winner; “Dr. Ernest Drake’s Dragonology.”

For more information or to reserve a title, call the library at 743-6994 or e-mail [email protected] The library’s collection can be searched through the Web at www.paris.lib.me.us. Materials can be delivered to those needing that service.


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