RUMFORD – The Rumford Public Library announces new books added to the shelves.


“The Clerkenwell Tales,” Peter Ackroyd; “Human Capital,” Stephen Amidon; “Hour Game,” David Baldacci; “The Darling,” Russell Banks; “The Deadly Dance,” M.C. Beaton; “River’s Edge,” Terri Blackstock; “Trophy Hunt,” C.J. Box; “An Undivided Heart,” Vonette Bright; “Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell,” Susanna Clarke; “Confessions of an Ex-Girlfriend,” Lynda Curnym.

Also, “Scandal Takes a Holiday,” Lindsey Davis; “Life Mask,” Emma Donoghue; “Body Double,” Tess Gerritsen; “Dark Justice,” Jack Higgins; “Good Morning Midnight,” Reginald Hill; “The Love Wife,” Gish Jen; “The First Part Last,” Angela Johnson; “Double Homicide Boston; Double Homicide Santa Fe,” Faye Kellerman; “Shopaholic and Sister,” Sophie Kinsella.

Also, “Meritocracy: A Love Story,” Jeffrey Lewis; “Embers,” Sandor Marai; “The Surrogate Thief,” Archer Mayor; “Amagansett,” Mark Mills; “Deception,” Denise Mina; “Heir to the Glimmering World,” Cynthia Ozick; “The Society,” Michael Palmer; “London Bridges,” James Patterson; “Shoulder the Sky,” Anne Perry; “Key of Knowledge,” Nora Roberts; “Key of Light,” Nora Roberts; “Key of Valor,” Nora Roberts; “Northern Lights,” Nora Roberts.

Also, “The Plot Against America,” Philip Roth; “McNally’s Bluff,” Lawrence Sanders; “Are You Afraid of the Dark?,” Sidney Sheldon; “Light on Snow,” Anita Shreve; “Indelible,” Karin Slaughter; “The Sunday Philosophy Club,” Alexander McCall Smith; “Hoax,” Robert Tanenbaum; “Bitch Creek,” William Tapply; “Shadows on the Ivy,” Lea Wait; “Little Earthquakes,” Jennifer Weiner; “If Wishes Were Horses,” Merry Whiteford.


“Favorite Applique and Embroidery Quilts,” Betty Alderman; “He’s Just Not That into You,” Greg Behrendt; “Ron Brown’s Body,” Jack Cashill; “At Home with Beatrix Potter,” Susan Denyer; “Coaching for Improved Work Performance,” Ferdinand F. Fournies; “The Folly of Empire,” John B. Judis; “How to Ace the Brainteaser Interview,” John Kador.

Also, “The Family: Real Story of the Bush Dynasty,” Kitty Kelley; “The Complete Mosaic Handbook,” Sarah Kelly; “Family First,” Dr. Phil McGraw; “Maximum City,” Suketu Mehta; “Upgrading and Repairing PCs,” Scott Mueller; “The Most Beautiful Villages of Scotland,” Hugh Palmer; “1,001 Reasons to Love America,” Hubert Pedroli; “Best Rose Guide,” Roger Phillips.

Also, “History of Rangeley Hotels and Camps,” Gary N. Priest; “Gullah Home Cooking the Daufuskie Way,” Sallie Ann Robinson; “Spirit Bear,” Charles Russell; “Kitchen Life: Real Food for Real Families – Even Yours!,” Art Smith; “Alternative Medicine: The Definitive Guide,” Larry Trivieri Jr.; “Official Playing Rules of the National Football League.”


“R is for Ricochet,” Sue Grafton; “Land of Echoes,” Daniel Hecht; “Listening Woman,” Tony Hillerman.


“My Life,” Bill Clinton; “Trace,” Patricia Cornwell; “Gone for Soldiers,” Jeff Shaara; “Rise to Rebellion,” Jeff Shaara; “Ultimate Jazz.”


“Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”; “The Martian Chronicles.”

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“Hello, Darkness,” Sandra Brown; “Lies: (And the Lying Liars Who Tell Them),” Al Frankin.


“Little Girl Lost,” Richard Aleas; “Black Cat,” V.C. Andrews; “Stolen,” Kelley Armstrong; “A Christmas Baby,” Annette Blair; “So Wild a Dream,” Win Blevins; “Staring Down the Devil,” Peter Brandvold; “Cowboy Trouble,” Pamela Britton; “Bucked Out In Doge,” Ralph Compton.

Also, “Dead Man’s Canyon,” Ralph Cotton; “For More Than Glory,” William Dietz; “Almost Heaven,” Charlotte Douglas; “A Perfect Day,” Richard Paul Evans; “Longarm and the Devil’s Bride,” Tabor Evans; “Chase the Dawn,” Jane Feather; “The Billionaire Takes a Bride,” Liz Fielding; “His Pretend Wife,” Lucy Gordon; “Night Thunder,” Jill Gregory; “Heat of the Moment,” Jessica Hall; “A Kiss for Christmas,” Alice Holden.

Also, “Pink Moon,” Stef A. Holm; “Crank,” Ellen Hopkins; “Cinderella’s Lucky Ticket,” Melissa James; “The Last Gunfighter: Manhunt,” William W. Johnstone; “The Prize,” Brenda Joyce; “The Outstretched Shadow,” Mercedes Lackey; “Navarro or Not,” Tina Leonard; “Their Little Cowboy,” Myrna MacKenzie.

Also, “The Wedding Contract,” Nicola Marsh; “The Billionaire’s Wedding,” Melissa McClone; “The Husband Sweepstakes,” Leigh Michaels; “West of Rock River,” John D. Nesbitt; “Daughter of Gold,” Jeaneen O’Kerry; “Blood Moon over Bengal,” Morag McKendrick Pippin; “The Sons of Daniel Shaye: Leaving Epitaph,” Robert J. Randisi; “For Her Love,” Paula Reed; “Winter’s End,” John Rickards; “I’m Watching You,” Karen Rose.

Also, “Heart Full of Lies,” Ann Rule; “The Christmas Matchmaker,” Jeanne Savery; “Eye Candy,” R.L. Stine; “The Sitter,” R.L. Stine; “Lost Boy Lost Girl,” Peter Straub; “Kingdom of the Grail,” Judith Tarr; “The Bad Witness,” Laura Van Wormer; “What She Doesn’t Know,” Tina Wainscott; “Bloody Hills,” Charles G. West; “Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm,” Kate Douglas Wiggin; “Banner of Souls,” Liz Williams; “Reckless Abandon,” Stuart Woods; “Georgie Gets Her Groom,” Carolyn Zane.

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