PARIS – The Paris Public Library recently added books to its collection. For more information or to reserve a title, call the library at 743-6994 or e-mail [email protected] The Paris Public Library’s collection may also be searched through its Web page at

Adult fiction

“Tommy Glover’s Sketch of Heaven,” Jane Bailey; “Simply Unforgettable,” Mary Balogh; “Windows on the World,” Frederic Beigbeder; “Bleedout,” Joan Brady; “The Poet of Tolstoy Park,” Sonny Brewer; “Everything She Thought She Wanted,” Elizabeth Buchan; “The Overnight,” Ramsey Campbell; “Shadow of the Giant,” Orson Scott Card.

Also, “Sugar Camp Quilt,” Jennifer Chiaverini; “Sunstorm,” Arthur Clarke; “The Babylon Sisters,” Pearl Cleage; “Murder in Vegas,” Michael Connelly, editor; “New Mercies,” Sandra Dallas; “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” Jonathan Foer; “The Chairman,” Stephen Frey.

Also, “Ten Little New Yorkers,” Kinky Friedman; “Metropolis,” Elizabeth Gaffney; “Otherwise Engaged,” Eileen Goudge; “The Other Woman,” Jane Green; “The Lunatic Cafe,” Lauren Hamilton; “The Ambassador’s Son,” Homer Hickam; “The Ice Queen,” Alice Hoffman; “Sight Hound,” Pam Houston; “Killing Night,” Jonathon King.

Also, “Redemption,” Karen Kingsbury; “Rejoice,” Karen Kingsbury; “Small Crimes in an Age of Abundance,” Matthew Kneale; “Boogaloo on Second Avenue,” Mark Kurlansky; “The Rising,” Tim LaHaye; “The Truth about Love,” Stephanie Laurens; “Speak Softly, She Can Hear,” Pam Lewis; “Most Wanted,” Michelle Martinez; “The Tears of Autumn,” Charles McCarry; “Saturday,” Ian McEwan.

Also, “The Three Mrs. Parkers,” Joan Medlicott; “The Duel,” Barbara Metzger; “Til Morning Light,” Ann Moore; “The Lost Mother,” Mary McGarry Morris; “Magic Seeds,” V.S. Naipaul; “The Goddess Rules,” Clare Naylor; “The Reading Group,” Elizabeth Noble; “Cold Service,” Robert B. Parker; “Rebels of Babylon,” Owen Parry; “Cut and Run,” Ridley Pearson.

Also, “Drama City,” George Pelecanos; “The Serpent on the Crown,” Elizabeth Peters; “Vanishing Acts,” Jodi Picoult; “A Changed Man,” Francine Prose; “Light before Day,” Christopher Rice; “Miss Julia’s School of Beauty,” Ann Ross; “The Unknown Soldier,” Gerald Seymour.

Also, “What Comes After Crazy,” Sandi Shelton; “Detour,” James Siegel; “The Red Hat Club Rides Again,” Haywood Smith; “Impossible,” Danielle Steel; “The Mysteries,” Lisa Tuttle; “Ya-Yas in Bloom,” Rebecca Wells; “Playing My Mother’s Blues,” Valerie Wesley.


“The Turkish Gambit,” Boris Akunin; “Rules of Engagement,” Bruce Alexander; “Owls Well That Ends Well,” Donna Andrews; “Hard Truth,” Nevada Barr; “Jane and His Lordship’s Legacy,” Stephanie Barron; “Pride and Prescience,” Carrie Bebris; “Magdalen Martyrs,” Ken Bruen.

Also, “Burned,” Carol Higgins Clark; “With No One as Witness,” Elizabeth George; “Sentenced to Die,” J.A. Jance; “Dating is Murder,” Harley Kozak; “Long Spoon Lane,” Anne Perry; “Nightcrawlers,” Bill Pronzini; “White Thunder,” Aimee Thurlo; “Dead of Night,” Randy Wayne White.

Young adult

“Princess in Training,” Meg Cabot; “Shrimp,” Rachel Cohn; “Outcast,” Lynne Ewing; “Looking for Alaska,” John Green; “Scorpia,” Anthony Horowitz; “Lizzie Bright and the Buckminister Boy,” Gary Schmidt; “Far Traveler,” Rebecca Tingle; “I am the Messenger,” Markus Zusak.

Adult nonfiction

“The Joy of Chemistry,” Cathy Cobb; “A Deadly Game: the Untold Story of Scott Peterson Investigation,” Catherine Crier; “Don’t Kiss Them Goodbye,” Allison Dubois; “Bob Greene’s Total Body Makeover,” Bob Greene; “Coaching Track and Field Successfully,” Mark Guthrie; “A Continual Feast,” Jan Karon; “One Man’s Wilderness,” Sam Keith.

Also, “Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith,” Anne Lamott; “A Different Universe,” Robert Laughlin; “Men in Black: How the Supreme Court is Destroying America,” Mark Levin; “Vegetarian Suppers from Deborah Madison,” Deborah Madison; “The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous and Broke,” Suze Orman; “The End of Poverty,” Jeffrey Sachs.

Also, “Why Gender Matters,” Leonard Sax; “A Great Improvisation: Franklin, France, and the Birth of America”Stacy Schiff; “A Voice for the Dead,” James Starrs; “Assassination Vacation,” Sarah Vowell; “What God Wants,”,”Neale Donald Walsch; “A Perfect Madness: Motherhood in the Age of Anxiety,” Judith Warner; “All Your Worth: the Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan,” Elizabeth Warren; “Finding God in Unexpected Places,” Philip Yancey.

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