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

Adult fiction

“Harbor,” Lorraine Adams; “Rosie Dunne,” Cecelia Ahern; “March,” Geraldine Brooks; “Led Away,” Sandra Brown; “Bay at Midnight,” Diane Chamberlain; “Misfortune’s Daughter,” Joan Collins; “Sympathy Between Humans,” Jodi Compton.

Also, “The Last Kingdom,” Bernard Cornwell; “Blood Father,” Peter Craig; “Season of the Snake,” Claire Davis; “Ireland,” Frank Delaney; “Torpedo Juice,” Tim Dorsey; “The Sign of the Book,” John Dunning; “The Mayday,” Bill Eidson; “Phantom Nights,” John Farris.

Also, “The Geographer’s Library,” Jon Fasman; “Snobs,” Julia Fellowes; “Me and Emma,” Elizabeth Flock; “Run the Risk,” Scott Frost; “Joshua in a Troubled World,” Joseph Girzone; “Killing Kelly,” Heather Graham; “Irish Cream,” Andrew Greeley; “Cast of Shadows,” Kevin Guilfoile.

Also, “We Are All Fine Here,” Mary Guterson; “The President’s Assassin,” Brian Haig; “Baker Towers,” Jennifer Haigh; “The Emancipator’s Wife,” Barbara Hambly; “Executioner’s Game,” Gary Hardwick; “The Narcissist’s Daughter,” Craig Holden; “Line of Beauty,” Alan Hollinghurst.

Also, “Blood Memory,” Greg Iles; “Cold Dish,” Craig Johnson; “I’ll Be Watching You,” Andrea Kane; “Empire Rising,” Thomas Kelly; “Remember,” Karen Kingsbury; “Return,” Karen Kingsbury; “Reunion,” Karen Kingsbury; “Come Spring,” Tim LaHaye; “Sightseeing,” Rattawut Lapcharoensap; “1972,” Morgan Llywelyn.

Also, “Bachelorette Party,” Karen Lutz; “Lost Lake,” John Margolin; “Real Mother,” Judith Michael; “Shades of Red,” Doris Mortman; “Saving Cascadia,” John J. Nance; “Tea House on Mulberry Street,” Sharon Owens; “Honeymoon,” James Patterson; “Seven Types of Ambiguity,” Elliot Perlman; “The Butterfly House,” Marcia Preston.

Also, “The Ivy Chronicles,” Karen Quinn; “Rosa,” Jonathan Rabb; “Best-kept Secret,” Kimberly Roby; “Thread of Grace,” Mary Russell; “Lady Luck’s Map of Vegas,” Barbara Samuel; “Secrets of Sant’ Angelo,” Jeff Shapiro; “The Collected Stories,” Carol Shields; “Prince of Fire,” Daniel Silva.

Also, “Prep,” Curtis Sittenfeld; “Los Angeles,” Peter Moore Smith; “The Illuminator,” Brenda Vantrease; “The Chrysanthemum Palace,” Bruce Wagner; “Rock Orchard,” Paula Wall; “Secrets of the Jedi,” Jude Watson; “Missing Persons,” Stephen White; “The Secret History of the Pink Carnation,” Lauren Willig; “The Position,” Meg Wolitzer; “Secret Language,” Monica Wood.


“Aunt Dimity and the Next of Kin,” Nancy Atherton; “Death of a Bore,” M.C. Beaton; “Suspense and Sensibility,” Carrie Bebris; “All the Flowers are Dying,” Lawrence Block; “The Forgotten Man,” Robert Crais; “Killing a Unicorn,” Marjorie Eccles; “The Peach Cobbler Murder,” Joanne Fluke.

Also, “That Way Murder Lies,” Ann Granger; “Before the Frost,” Henning Mankell; “St. Dale,” Sharyn McCrumb; “Assault and Pepper,” Tamar Myers; “Suspicion of Rage,” Barbara Parker; “Fleshmarket Alley,” Ian Rankin; “Strange Affair,” Peter Robinson; “Cold Treachery,” Charles Todd; “The Killing Club,” Marcie Walsh.


“My Sunshine,” Catherine Anderson; “The Devil to Pay,” Liz Carlyle; “Dark Secret,” Christine Feehan; “Deep Freeze,” Lisa Jackson; “Much Ado about You,” Eloisa James; “Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein: Prodigal Son,” Dean Koontz.

Also, “Death in a Strange Country,” Donna Leon; “Highlander in Disguise,” Julia London; “Picture Perfect,” Fern Michaels; “Wait Until Midnight,” Amanda Quick; “With Red Hands,” Stephen Woodworth.

Young adult

“Lord of Snow and Shadows,” Sarah Ash; “Prisoner of the Iron Tower,” Sarah Ash; “Faerie Wars,” Herbie Brennan; “Purple Emperor,” Herbie Brennan; “Twilight,” Meg Cabot; “The Prophecy,” Lynne Ewing; “Last Shot: A Final Four Mystery,” John Feinstein.

Also, “Things Left Unsaid,” Stephanie Hemphill; “Travel Team,” Mike Lupica; “Drowned Wednesday,” Garth Nix; “Grim Tuesday,” Garth Nix; “Mister Monday,” Garth Nix; “Sexy,” Joyce Carol Oates; “Tiger’s Blood,” Laurence Yep.

Adult nonfiction

“Start Late, Finish Rich,” David Bach; “Wedding of the Waters: The Erie Canal,” Peter Bernstein; “Electric Universe,” David Bodanis; “Secrets and Mysteries of the World,” Sylvia Browne; “Mr. Everit’s Secret,” Alan Cohen; “Creating the Inspired House,” John Connell; “Survive: My Fight for Life in the High Sierras,” Peter Deleo.

Also, “102 Minutes: The Untold Story of the Fight to Survive in the World Trade Center,” Jim Dwyer; “The New Complete Home Landscaping,” Catriona Erler; “A Great and Noble Scheme: The Tragic Story of the French Acadians,” John Faragher; “China, Inc.,” Ted Fishman; “Witness: for the Prosecution of Scott Peterson,” Amber Frey.

Also, “Winning the Future,” Newt Gingrich; “Animals in Translation,” Temple Grandin; “Good Debt, Bad Debt,” Jon Hanson; “Change One for Diabetes,” Pat Harper; “Mayo Clinic Guide to Women’s Cancers,” Lynn Hartmann; “Not Your Mother’s Slow Cooker Cookbook,” Betty Hensperger; “Suburban Safari,” Hannah Holmes.

Also “Ultraprevention,” Mark Hyman; “The Happiest Baby on the Block,” Harvey Karp; “Ready or Not, Here Life Comes,” Mel Levine; “Mother Daughter Wisdom,” Christiane Northrup; “A Brother’s Journey,” Richard Pelzer; “The Pennington Plan,” Andrea Pennington; “The Road to Reality,” Roger Penrose.

Also, “Confessions of an Economic Hitman,” John Perkins; “The Hip Chicks’ Guide to Macrobiotics,” Jessica Porter; “Songs of the Gorilla Nation” Dawn Prince-Hughes; “Stiff: the Curious Lives of Human Cadavers,” Mary Roach; “New Mediterranean Cookbook,” Jeannette Seaver; “Spices of Life,” Nina Simonds.

Also, “The Big Bang: The Origin of the Universe,” Simon Singh; “Parenting Your Asperger Child,” Alan Sohn; “Disney War,” James Stewart; “What’s the Matter with Kansas,” Frank Thomas; “Gods Politics,” Jim Wallis; “Iron Tears: America’s Battle for Freedom,” Stanley Weintraub; “It’s My Party Too,” Christine Todd Whitman.

Picture books

“Ready or Not, Dawdle Duckling,” Toni Buzzeo; “Ten Little Rubber Ducks,” Eric Carle; “The Sea, the Storm and the Mangrove,” Lynne Cherry; “So Happy!,” Kevin Henkes; “Potty for Me,” Karen Katz; “Pearl’s New Skates,” Holly Keller; “Snow Dude,” Daniel Kirk; “Froggy’s Sleepover,” Jonathan London.

Also, “James the Dancing Dog,” Linda Maybarduk; “Precious and the Boo Hag,” Patricia McKissack; “Pajama Day,” Lynn Plourde; “Hard Hat Area,” Susan Roth; “Goodnight My Duckling,” Nancy Tafuri; “The Story of the Easter Bunny,” Katherine Tegen; “Tails,” Matthew Van Fleet; “My Friend Grandpa,” Harriet Ziefert.

Juvenile fiction

“The Xanadu Adventure,” Lloyd Alexander; “Al Capone Does My Shirts,” Gennifer Choldenko; “The Legend of Spud Murphy,” Eoin Colfer; “House of the Scorpion,” Nancy Farmer; “Trolls,” Polly Horvath; “The Curse of the Glomglozer,” Paul Stewart; “Attack of the Tagger: Shredderman,” Wendelin Van Draanen; “Shedderman: Secret Identity,” Wendelin Van Draanen; “The Shedderman Meets the Gecko,” Wendelin Van Draanen.

Juvenile nonfiction

“Our Country’s Presidents,” Ann Bausum; “Children Just Like Me,” Susan Copsey; “Genius: A Photobiography of Albert Einstein,” Marfe Delano; “Shadow Life: A Portrait of Anne Frank and Her Family,” Barry Denenberg; “How People Live,” Dena Freeman.

Also, “A Mouse in a Meadow,” John Himmelman; “Days to Celebrate,” Lee Bennett Hopkins; “O Say Can You See: America’s Symbols,” Shelia Keenan; “Ready, Set, Grow,” Lynda Madaras; “Scholastic Atlas of Space.”

For more information or to reserve a title, patrons should call the library at 743-6994 or e-mail [email protected] The library’s collection may be searched on the Web at Volunteers may also deliver materials to those unable to use the library.

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