RUMFORD – The Rumford Public Library announces new books for adults purchased recently.

Fiction

“Brick Lane,” Monica Ali; “Hard Truth,” Nevada Barr; “All the Flowers are Dying,” Lawrence Block; “Three-Day Road,” Joseph Boyden; “A Confidential Source,” Jan Brogan; “The Bay at Midnight,” Diane Chamberlain; “A Long Stay in a Distant Land,” Chieh Chieng.

Also, “The Innocent,” Harold Coben; “Marker,” Robin Cook; “The Forgotten Man,” Robert Crais; “A Slight Trick of the Mind,” Mitch Cullin; “Genevieve,” Eric J. Dickey; “The Smoke Room,” Earl Emerson; “Pawleys Island,” Dorothea Benton Frank; “A Stroke of Midnight,” Laurell K. Hamilton.

Also, “The Villa of Mysteries,” David Hewson; “The Ice Queen,” Alice Hoffman; “Sentenced to Die,” J.A. Jance; “Countdown,” Iris Johansen; “A Thousand Tomorrows,” Karen Kingsbury; “Velocity,” Dean Koontz; “The Inside Ring,” Michael Lawson; “Blood from a Stone,” Donna Leon.

Also, “A Good Yarn,” Debbie Macomber; “Lost Lake,” Phillip Margolin; “Lost in the Forest,” Sue Miller; “Monster,” Frank Peretti; “Two of a Kind,” Nora Roberts; “Cold Service,” Robert B. Parker; “4th of July,” James Patterson; “Monster,” Frank Peretti; “The Hope Within,” Tracie Peterson; “The Coming Storm,” Tracie Peterson.

Also, “Rules for Old Men Waiting,” Peter Pouncy; “Lie By Midnight,” Amanda Quick; “Against the Tide,” John Ringo; “We Few,” John Ringo; “Superstition,” Karen Robards; “True Believer,” Nicholas Sparks; “Blinding Light,” Paul Theroux; “Any Bitter Thing,” Monica Wood; Two-Dollar Bill,” Stuart Woods.

Nonfiction

“Chance in the House of Fate,” Jennifer Ackerman; “Learning to Sing: Hearing the Music in Your Life,” Clay Aiken; “The Highly Sensitive Person,” Elaine N. Aron, PhD; “Joy at Work,” Dennis Bakke; “Field Notes on the Compassionate Life: A Search for the Soul of Kindness,” Marc Ian Barasch.

Also, “More Fabric Savvy,” Sandra Betzina; “Three Nights in August,” Buzz Bissinger; “Electric Universe,” David Bodanis; “A Random Act,” Cindi Broaddus; “Prophecy: What the Future Holds,” Syliva Browne; “Are We There Yet,” Robert Caprio.

Also, “Boundaries,” Henry Cloud; “The Good Foot Book,” Glenn Copeland; “Tired – So Tired! And the Yeast Connection,” William G. Crook; “Idiot: Beating the Curse,” Johnny Damon w/Peter; “Enjoying the Game of Life,” Golenbock.

Also, “The Gift of the Red Bird,” Paul D’Arcy; “My Life So Far,” Jane Fonda; “The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century,” Thomas L. Friedman; “Evening in the Palace of Reason,” James R. Gaines; “Paganism,” Joyce and River Higinbotham.

Also, “Whiskey,” Michael Jackson; “And a Time to Die,” Sharon R. Kaufman; “No Mountain High Enough: Raising Lance, Raising Me,” Linda Armstrong Kelly; “Against Depression,” Peter D. Kramer; “Carbs from Heaven, Carbs from Hell,” James Krystosik; “The Dalai Lama’s Book of Wisdom,” Dalai Lama.

“Angel Watch,” Catherine Lanigan; “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Pool and Billiards,” Ewa M. Laurance; “The Great Divorce,” C.S. Lewis; “Stepparenting,” Jeannette Lofas; “Authentic Beauty,” Leslie Ludy; “Setting Limits with Your Strong-Willed Child,” Robert MacKenzie.

Also, “Living in the Dager Zone: Realities about Hurricanes,” Bill Marscher; “The Lakota Way,” Joseph M. Marshall III; “Eastern Europe,” Tom Masters; “It Could Be Worse,” Bob McPhee; “Vineyard Harvest,” Tina Miller; “The Enlightened Stepmother,” Perdita Kirkness Norwood.

Also, “Eleventh Month, Eleventh Day, Eleventh Hour: Armistice Day, 1918,” Joseph E. Persico; “Under and Alone: The True Story of the Undercover Agent Who Infiltrated America’s Most Violent Outlaw Motorcycle Gang,” William Queen; “Natural Hormone Balance for Women,” Uzzi Reiss.

Also, “The Disappearance of the Universe,” Gary R. Renard; “You – The Owner’s Manual: An Insider’s Guide to the Body That Will Make You Healthier and Younger,” Michael F. Roizen; “Yoga for 50+,” Richard Rosen; “Why I am Not a Christian,” Bertrand Russell; “Liberalism is a Mental Disorder: Savage Solutions,” Michael Savage.

Also, “25 Things Every New Mother Should Know,” Martha Sears; “Dishing: Great Dish and Dishes from America’s Most Beloved Gossip Columnist,” Liz Smith; “A Life with Purpose,” Rev. Rick Warren; “Divorce Poison,” Dr. Richard Warshak; “Wild Moments,” Ted Williams.

DVDs

“Ballroom Dancing,” “Blue Vinyl,” “Bringing Up Baby,” “Donnie Darko,” “Drunken Master,” “The Exorcist,” “Finian’s Rainbow,” “Friday Night Lights,” “G.I. Blues,” “Happy Together,” “Hotel Rwanda,” “House of Flying Daggers,” “Installing Trim.”

Also, “Iron Monkey,” “Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice I and II,” “The Last Waltz,” “Laura,” “Meet Me in St. Louis,” “My Favorite Wife,” “Oklahoma!,” “Operation Condor,” “Please Don’t Eat the Daisies,” “The Secret Garden,” “Sideways.”

Also, “Spider-Man 2,” “That Darn Cat!,” “Under the Tuscan Sun,” “Who Am I?”.

CDs

“Symphony No.3, Op.55: Eroica,” Beethoven; “Heart and Soul,” Joe Cocker; “Moody Bluegrass: A Nashville Tribute to the Moody Blues,” “Mountains and Rivers without End,” Alan Hovhaness; “Lost Lake,” Philip Margolin; “Cold Service,” Robert B. Parker.

Large print

“The Cat Who Talked Turkey,” Lillian Jackson Braun; “The Summer I Dared,” Barbara Delinksy; “The Ultimate Weight Solution,” Phil McGraw; “The Man in My Basement,” Walter Mosley; “Leap of Faith,” Queen Noor.

Paperbacks

“Ransom,” David Baldacci; “Deep South,” Nevada Barr; “Skylark,” Jo Beverley; “The Fall of Maggie Brown,” “Empire’s Daughter,” Simon Brown; “Heartwood,” Barbara Campbell; “Daddy’s Little Girl,” Mary Higgins Clark; “If You Dare,” Kresley Cole; “The Fall,” Claudia Dain

Also, “Buckskin: Laramie Showdown,” Kit Dalton; “Death Cruise,” Don Davis; “An Accidental Woman,” Barbara Delinsky; “The Passions of Chelsea Kane,” Barbara Delinsky; “Passion and Illusion,” Barbara Delinsky; “Close to You,” Christina Dodd; “The First Time,” Joy Fielding.

Also, “Taste of Honey,” Eileen Goudge; “His Every Kiss,” Laura Lee Guhrke; “And the Bride Wore Plaid,” Karen Hawkins; “The Wary Widow,” Barbara Hazard; “Hard Road to Heaven,” Mark Henry; “Mystic Warrior,” Tracy Hickman; “His Family,” Muriel Jensen

Also, “Blind Alley,” Iris Johansen; “Honey and the Hired Hand,” Joan Johnston; “The Taking,” Dean Koontz; “Heat Wave,” Jill Marie Landis; “Absolute Zero,” Chuck Logan; “On a Snowy Night,” Deborah Macomber; “Someone Likes You,” Susan Mallery; “True Betrayel,” Steve Martini.

Also, “Daughter of the Fifth Moon,” Lynn Armistead McKee; “Enemy Mine,” Lindsay McKenna; “Charming Lily,” Fern Michaels; “His Inconvenient Wife,” Melanie Milburne; “Christmas Secrets,” Carole Mortimer; “Turbulence,” John J. Nance; “Man in Control,” Diana Palmer

Also, “Lady Olivia to the Rescue,” Julia Parks; “Thicker Than Water,” P.J. Parrish; “When the Wind Blows,” James Patterson; “Starting Over,” Robin Pilcher; “Her Father’s House,” Belva Plain; “Shattered Rainbows,” Mary Jo Putney; “Black and Blue,” Anna Quindlen; “True Blue,” Luanne Rice.

Also, “Fox River,” Emilie Richards; “The Calhouns: Suzanna and Megan,” Nora Roberts; “Montana Sky,” Nora Roberts; “Time and Again,” Nora Roberts; “Bride by Deception,” Kathryn Ross; “Sullivan’s Law,” Nancy Taylor Rosenberg; “Conflict of Interest,” Nancy Taylor Rosenberg.

Also, “The Magic Castle: A Mother’s Harrowing True Story of Her Adoptive Son’s Multiple Personalities and the Triumph of Healing,” Carole Smith; “In the Night,” Kathryn Smith; “In Silence,” Eric Spindler; “Ransom,” Daniel Steel; “In Cruel Clutches,” David Thompson

Also, “Song Reader,” Lisa Tucker; “The Cobra and the Concubine,” Bonnie Vaak; “The Rich Boy,” Leah Vale; “Ryan’s Revenge,” Lee Wilkinson; “Daring the Highlander,” Laurin Wittig.


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