NORWAY – Norway Memorial Library announces its new additions to the adult book list.

Fiction

“The Effects of Light,” Miranda Bererly-Whittemore; “The Cat Who Went Bananas,” Lillian Jackson Braun; “Second Sight,” Philip R. Craig; “The Forgotten Man,” Robert Crais; “Winter of Discontent,” Jeanne M. Dams; “The Madness of Love,” Katharine Davies; “The Great Indoors,” Sabine Durrant; “Husband and Lover,” Lynn Erickson.

Also, “Whiteout,” Ken Follett; “The Problem with Murmur Lee,” Connie May Fowler; “Kathy Little Bird,” Benedict and Nancy Freedman; “Tool and Die,” Sarah Graves; “Bethlehem Road Murder,” Batya Gur; “The Emmancipator’s Wife,” Barbara Hambly; “Ordinary Springs,” Lenore Hart.

Also, “The Ambassador’s Son,” Homer Hickam; “The Center of Winter,” Marya Hornbacher; “Sight Hound,” Pam Houston; “Blood Memory,” Greg Iles; “Before the Frost,” Henning Mankell; “The Real Mother,” Judith Michael; “Indigo Rose,” Susan Beth Miller; “The Lost Mother,” Mary McGarry Morris; “Midnight Cab,” James W. Nichol.

Also, “The Tea House on Mulberry Street,” Sharon Owens; “A Changed Man,” Francine Prose; “Rosa,” Jonathan Rabb; “Fleshmarket Alley,” Ian Rankin; “The Plot Against America,” Philip Roth; “A Thread of Grace,” Mary Doria Russell; “The Boy Who Came Walking Home,” Peter Scott; “Life Studies,” Susan Vreeland; “Missing Persons,” Stephen White; “The Vanished Hands,” Robert Wilson; “The World Still Melting,” Robley Wilson; “The Godfather Returns,” Mark Winegardner.

Nonfiction

“Blink,” Malcolm Gladwell; “When Jesus Came to Harvard,” Harvey Cox; “God’s Politics,” Jim Wallis; “Peace is the Way: Bringing War and Violence to an End,” Deepak Chopra; “The Death of Innocents,” Sister Helen Prejean; “Small Engine Care and Repair,” “All Flesh is Grass,” Gene Logsdon; “On Food and Cooking,” Harold McGee.

Also, “Hell or High Water,” Peter Heller; “Writing Life Stories,” Bill Roorbach; “Telling Tales,” Nadine Gordimer; “Strike Sparks: Selected Poems 1980-2002,” Sharon Olds; “Collected Stories,” Carol Shields.

Also, “God’s Gym,” John Edgar Wideman; “Almost French,” Sarah Turnbull; “This I Believe,” Carlos Fuentes; “The Bird Man and the Lap Dancer,” Eric Hansen; “Education Alice,” Alice Steinbach; “Lima,” James Higgins; “Changing Maine 1960-2010,” “Maine Lighthouses,” J. Candace Clifford.

Biographies

“The Inner Voice,” Renee Fleming; “Plan B,” Anne Lamott; “Dreams from My Father,” Barack Obama; “Devil in the Details,” Jennifer Traig.


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