WATERFORD – The following books were recently added to the Waterford Library collection.

Fiction

“Baker Towers,” Jennifer Haight; “The Boy Who Came Walking Home,” Peter Scott; “The Broker,” John Grisham; “Case Histories,” Kate Atkinson; “A Complicated Kindness,” Miriam Toews; “Conviction,” Richard North Patterson; “Entombed,” Linda Fairstein.

Also, “Gilead,” Marilynne Robinson; “Honeymoon,” James Patterson and Howard Roughan; “Kafka on the Shore,” Haruki Murakami; “The Line of Beauty,” Alan Hollinghurst; “The Memory of Running,” Ron McLarty; “The Murder Artist,” John Case.

“Oh, Play That Thing,” Roddy Doyle; “Ordinary Wolves,” Seth Kantner; “Revenge,” Mary Morris; “The Secret Goldfish: Stories,” David Means; “Snow,” Orhan Pamuk; “State of Fear,” Michael Crichton; “Suspect,” Michael Robotham; “Unexpected Blessings,” Barbara Bradford; “War Trash,” Ha Jin; “The Zigzag Way,” Anita Desai.

Nonfiction

“American Brutus: John Wilkes Booth and the Lincoln Conspiracies,” Michael W. Kauffman; “Animals in Translation: Using the Mysteries of Autism to Decode Animal Behavior,” Temple Grandin; “Chronicles: Volume One,” Bob Dylan.

Also, “The Lost German Slave Girl: the Extraordinary True Story of the Slave Sally Miller and Her Fight for Freedom,” John Bailey; “Obsessive Genius: the Inner World of Marie Curie,” Barbara Goldsmith; “Shadow Divers,” Robert Kurson.

The library is open to all residents of Waterford. Hours are Monday 2 to 6 p.m., Wednesday 3 to 8 p.m., Friday 10 a.m. to noon, and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

A homebound delivery program is available. Books will be delivered to residents of the town who are unable to travel to the library for any reason; it includes people with permanent or temporary disabilities or health problems.

A library volunteer will deliver books to participants approximately every three weeks and books will be renewable by telephoning the library or the volunteer. To sign up for the program, residents may call the library at 583-2050.


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