NORWAY – Norway Memorial Library announces its new book list.

Fiction

“Murder on the Salsette,” Conrad Allen; “Aunt Dimity and the Next of Kin,” Nancy Atherton; “Death of a Bore,” M.C. Beaton; “Center Cut,” John Corrigan; “Dead is Forever,” David Cray; “The Geographer’s Library,” Jon Fasman; “A Window in Copacabana,” Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza.

Also, “With No One As Witness,” Elizabeth George; “The Serpent in the Garden,” Janet Gleeson; “We Are All Fine Here,” Mary Guterson; “Plains Crazy,” J.M. Hayes; “Maitland,” James Patrick Hunt; “Crossing California,” Adam Langer.

Also, “By a Spider’s Thread,” Laura Lippman; “Lost Lake,” Phillip Margolin; “The Rosary Girls,” Richard Montanari; “Honeymoon,” James Patterson; “Conviction,” Richard North Patterson; “Drama City,” George Pelecanos; “Prince of Fire,” Daniel Silva; “Badger’s Moon,” Peter Tremayne.

Nonfiction

“Mother-Daughter Wisdom,” Christine Northrup; “Bury the Chains,” Adam Hochschild; “Hot Commodities,” Jim Rogers; “The Death of Innocents,” Sister Helen Prejean; “Younger Next Year,” Chris Crowley; “New Retirement,” Jan Cullinane.

Also, “How to Create Your Own Luck,” Susan Roane; “Contagious Success,” Susan Annunzio; “Faith and Fortune,” Marc Gunther; “Bungalow Style,” Treena Crochet; “Collected Stories,” Carol Shields; “God’s Gym,” John Edgar Wideman.

Also, “Best American Travel Writing,” “The Bird Man and the Lap Dancer,” Eric Hansen; “Educating Alice,” Alice Steinbach; “South of the Clouds,” Seth Faison; “A History of the Maine Credit Union Movement,” John W. Zerillo; “Moving to Maine,” Victoria Doudera.

Biographies

“By Myself and Then Some,” Lauren Bacall; “Chaucer,” Peter Ackroyd.


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