NORWAY – The Norway Memorial Library announces its new book list for October.


“The Perfect Paragon,” M.C. Beaton; “The Zahir,” Paul Coelho; “Slow Man,” J.M. Coetzee; “The Darwin Conspiracy,” John Darnton; “The March,” E.L. Doctorow; “The Greatest Man in Cedar Hole,” Stephanie Doyon; “The Divide,” Nicholas Evans.

Also, “A Breath of Snow and Ashes,” Diana Gabaldon; “Anansi Boys,” Neil Gaiman; “People of the Moon,” W. Michael and Kathleen O’Neal Gear; “The Virgin’s Lover,” Phillippa Gregory; “Belle Ruin,” Martha Grimes; “The Widow of the South,” Robert Hicks.

Also, “Not a Girl Detective,” Susan Kandel; “Straight into Darkness,” Faye Kellerman; “The Europa Conspiracy,” Tim Lehaye and Bob Phillips; “50 Harbor Street,” Debbie Macomber; “To the Tower Born,” Robin Maxwell; “Fiddlers,” Ed McBain; “School Days,” Robert B. Parker.

Also, “Dancing in the Dark,” Caryl Phillips; “Tyrannosaur Canyon,” Douglas Preston; “Black Rose,” Nora Roberts; “This Dame for Hire,” Sandra Scoppettone; “Sweetwater Creek,” Anne River Siddons.


“Over a Barrek: a Simple Guide to the Oil Shortage,” Tom Mast; “The Secret Man: the Story of Watergate’s Deep Throat,” Bob Woodward; “The Shame of the Nation,” Jonathan Kozol; “Sea Struck,” W.H. Bunting; “National Audubon Society Field Guide to New England;” “A Briefer History of Time,” Stephen Hawking.

Also, “Pumpkin: a Super Food for all 12 Months of the Year,” DeeDee Stovel; “Handknit Holidays,” Melanie Falick; “Marsden Hartley: Race, Religion and Nation,” Donna M. Cassidy.

Also, “The City of Falling Angels,” John Berendt; “Grant and Sherman: the Friendship that Won the Civil War,” Charles B. Flood; “Good Poems for Hard Times,” Garrison Keillor.


“Pope Benedict XVI: His Life and Mission,” Stephen Mansfield; “Styles Bridges: Yankee Senator,” James J. Kiepper; “My Detachement: a Memoir,” Tracy Kidder; “Talking Back to Presidents, Dictators and Assorted Scoundrels,” Andrea Mitchell.


“A Bitter Brew,” Christine Young; “Contemporary Maine Fiction: an Anthology of Short Stories;” “The Way Life Should Be: Stories by Contemporary Maine Writers;” Two Farms: Essays on a Maine Country Life,” Janet Galle; “Ties to a Maine Lake: Farmers, Vacationers and the Town of Norway,” Joy K. Moll; “Poland Spring: a Tale of the Gilded Age, 1860-1900,” David L. Richards.

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