RUMFORD – The Rumford Public Library, 58 Rumford Ave., announces new books for January.

Adult fiction

“Hannah Coulter,” Wendell Berry; “The Cat Who Went Bananas,” Lilian Jackson Braun; “The Success Principles,” Jack Canfield; “Road to Purgatory,” Max Allan Collins; “The Queen’s Gambit,” Deborah Chester; “A Kiss of Spice,” Andrea DaRif.

Also, “Stone Butch Blues,” Leslie Feinberg; “Bethlehem Road Murder,” Batya Gur; “Shower of Starts,” Nancy Herkness; “Sense of Evil,” Kay Hooper; “The Fire Baby,” Jim Kelly; “Life Expectancy,” Dean Koontz; “Code Name: Dove,” Judith Leon; “The Memory of Running,” Ron McLarty.


“Fix It and Forget It Diabetic Cook-Book,” Phyllis Pellman Good; “Seven Steps to Stop a Heart Attack,” Bob Arnot; “Diana: The Portrait,” Rosalind Coward; “A Week at the Lake,” Grace Butterfield Dow; “French Women Don’t Get Fat,” Mireille Guiliano.

Also, “Delivered from Distraction,” Edward Hallowel; “When Jesus Came to Harvard,” Harvey Cox; “The Yankee Way to Simplify Your Life,” Jay Heinrichs; “Unholy Alliance,” David Horowitz; “Once upon a Farm, Vol. II” The Crosslands; “102 Minutes,” Jim Dwyer and Kevin Flynn.

Also, “ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life,” Judith Kolbert; “On Food and Cooking,” Harold McGee; “Finding Time for the Timeless,” John McQuiston II; “What Does Everybody Else Know That I Don’t?” Michele Novotni; “Southern California Cooking from the Cottage,” Jane Stern; “Accounting for Dummies,” John A. Tracy.


“The Pregnancy Surprise,” Caroline Anderson; “Wedding Cake War,” Lynna Banning; “The Game Show Bride,” Jackie Braun; “A Bad Day to Die,” J. Lee Butts; “The Bowen Bride,” Nicole Burnham; “Justice in Big Spring,” Tom Calhoun; “Bound for Murder,” Laura Childs; “Lady of Poison,” Bruce Cordell; “Follow Me Home,” Jerri Corgiat.

Also, “Showdown at Rio Sagrado,” Ralph Cotton; “I Remember You,” Karen Crane; “Proof,” Justine Davis; “The Truth about Plain Jane,” Roxann Delaney; “Daddy in the Making,” Sharon De Vita; “Sparking His Interest,” Wendy Etherington; “The Wicked and the Wonderous,” Christine Feehan; “A Surprise Christmas Proposal,” Liz Fielding.

Also, “The Man from Boot Hill,” Marcus Galloway; “Winter Heat,” Darlene Gardner; “Ironhand’s Daughter,” David Gemmell; “Married in a Month,” Linda Goodnight; “Mallets Aforethought,” Sarah Graves; “Captain Hawkins’ Dilemma,” Maria Greene; “Christmas Eve Marriage,” Jessica Hart; “Summer People,” Elin Hilderbrand; “Spontaneous Combustion,” Bobby Hutchinson.

Also, “In the Prince’s Bed,” Sabrina Jeffries; “Maiden of Fire,” Deborah Johns; “Destiny of Eagles,” William Johnstone; “The Barbed Coil,” J.V. Jones; “Lord of Seduction,” Nicole Johnson; “War at Fire Creek,” Cameron Judd; “The Bachelor’s Dare,” Shirley Jump; “Freedom’s Gate,” Naomi Kritzer; “Wyoming Woman,” Elizabeth Lane.

Also, “Slocum and the Rebel Yell,” Jake Logan; “Daughter of Destiny,” Lindsay McKenna; “The Scar,” China Mieville; “The Christmas Visit,” Margaret Moore; “Spin State,” Chris Moriarty; “Beaner O’Brian’s Absolutely Ginormous Guidebook to Guys,” Naomi Nash; “The Lawless Breed,” T.A. Mort.

Also, “The Improper Wife,” Diane Perkins; “Hot Stuff,” Carly Phillips; “In for a Pound,” J.R. Roberts; “The Canadian Job,” J.R. Roberts; “Dead End Pass,” J.R. Roberts; “Kiss Me, Kill Me,” Ann Rule; “Abilene Gun Down,” Jory Sherman; “Good Morning,” April Smith; “Winter Kill,” Cotton Smith.

Also, “A Pretend Engagement,” Jessica Steele; “Hidden Honor,” Anne Stuart; “American Dreams,” Liz Tigelaar; “The Boathouse,” Caroline Upcher; “The Australian Tycoon’s Proposal,” Margaret Way; “The Bright and the Dark,” Michelle M. Welch; “Donovan’s Dove,” Joseph A. West; “Trouble in Tombstone,” Richard S. Wheeler; “Summer by the Sea,” Susan Wiggs; “Summer Harbor,” Susan Wilson; “To Catch a Groom,” Rebecca Winters.


“Symphony No. 9,” Ludwig van Beethoven; “Ein Deutsches Requiem,” Johannes Brahams; “Italian Cantatas,” George Frideric Handel; “Messiah,” George Frideric Handel; “Gayne Ballet Music,” Aram Ilich Khachaturian; “King Arthur,” H. Purcell; “Piano Concertos One, Two and Three,” Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky; “Verdi Aida Hightlights,” Giuseppi Verdi; “Entertainment Weekly”; “New Millennium Rock ‘n’ Roll.”

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