RUMFORD – Rumford Public Library announces new adult reading additions to the shelves for December.


“Camel Club,” David Baldacci; “The Year of Pleasures,” Elizabeth Berg; “The Lincoln Lawyer,” Michael Connelly; “Predator,” Patricia Cornwell; “Dark Watch,” Clive Cussler; “Flawed Judgment,” Jim DeFee; “Peace Like a River,” Leif Enger; “Straight into Darkness,” Faye Kellerman; “Consent to Kill,” Vince Flynn; “Beyond Tuesday Morning,” Karen Kingsbury.

Also, “Mission to America,” Walter Kirn; “The Prodigal,” Beverly Lewis; “Ambler Warning,” Robert Ludlum; “Vendetta,” Fern Michaels; “Mary, Mary,” James Patterson; “Cover Your Assets,” Patricia Smiley; “At First Sight,” Nicholas Sparks; “Toxic Bachelors,” Danielle Steel; “Saving Fish from Drowning,” Amy Tan; “Ordinary Heroes,” Scott Turow.


“The Classic 1000 Microwave Recipes,” Sonia Allison; “Vegan Meals for One or Two,” Nancy Berkoff; “Bygone Backwoods,” Earl Brechlin; “Our Endangered Values,” Jimmy Carter; “The Story of Ruth,” Joan D. Chittister; “A Traveller’s History of England,” Christopher Daniell; “Keeping the Faith,” Marie M. Fortune.

Also, “Team of Rivals,” Doris Kearns Goodwin; “The Survivor: Bill Clinton in the White House,” John F. Harris; “Mocha with Max,” Max Lucado; “Teacher Man,” Frank McCourt; “The Tender Bar: A Memoir,” J.R. Moehringer; “Before Scotland,” Allistair Moffat; “Reading Lolita in Tehran,” Azar Nafisi.

Also, “The New Preserves,” Anne V. Nelson; “The U.S. of Europe,” T.R. Reid; “The Everything Parent’s Guide to Children with Bipolar Disorder,” William Stillman; “Getting Through the Tough Stuff,” Charles R. Swindoll; “Return to Wild America,” Scott Weidensaul; “A Crack in the Edge of the World,” Simon Winchester.

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“Invitation to Provence,” Elizabeth Adler; “Harvard’s Education,” Suzanne Brockmann; “Night Watch,” Suzanne Brockmann; “Lost City,” Clive Cussler; “Memorial Day,” Vince Flynn; “Divining Women,” Kaye Gibbons; “Dark Justice,” Jack Higgins; “Winter Range,” Alan LeMay; “The Second Chair,” John Lescort; “Survivor in Death,” J.D. Robb; “Visions in Death,” J.D. Robb.

Books on CD

“Net Force: Night Moves,” Tom Clancy; “America,” Stephen Coonts; “Harvest for Hope,” Jane Goodall; “Apache Medicine,” Elmore Leonard; “The Defection of A.J. Lewinter,” Robert Littell; “Chaos and Creation in the Backyard,” Paul MacCartney; “Against All Odds,” Chuck Norris; “Driven from Within,” Michael Jordan; “Between Two Worlds,” Zainab Salbi; “Healthy Aging,” Andrew Weil; “Batman Begins,” Hans Zimmer.


“Agatha Christie’s Poirot: Sad Cypress”; “Agatha Christie’s Poirot: Five Little Pigs”‘ “Five People You Meet in Heaven”; “Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection Vol. 1-3”; “King Kong Escapes”; “King Kong vs. Godzilla”‘ “Nightmare Alley”‘ “Agatha Christie’s Poirot: The Hollow”‘ “The Polar Express.”


“The Da Vinci Code,” Dan Brown; “Star Trek: Excalibur,” Peter David; “River-Horse,” William Least Heat Moon; “The Apache Medicine,” Elmore Leonard; “The Cassandra Compact,” Robert Ludlum; “The Diamond Age,” Neal Stephenson; “Snow Crash,” Neal Stephenson.


“Hearing Voices,” William Ackerman; “Kantaten,” Bach; “Madama Butterfly,” Puccini; “Musica Antiqua Koln,” Telemann; “The Romantic Poets.”


“Deadly Impulse,” Olga Bicost; “Venegeance Gun,” Lyle Brandt; “Harvard’s Education,” Suzanne Brockman; “Rachel’s Double Dilemma,” Pamela Browning; “Abigail’s Story,” Ann Burton; “Diary of a Teenager Girl,” Melody Carlson; “Let Me Be Your Hero,” Elaine Coffman; “Scion of the Serpent,” Loren L. Coleman; “Showdown at Two Bit Creek,” Ralph Cotton.

Also, “Devil’s Due,” Ralph Cotton; “The Ramirez Bride,” Emma Darcy; “The Snow White Bride,” Claire Delacroix; “A View of the River,” Kathleen Eagle; “Jeff Gordon: Racing Back to the Front, My Memory,” Steve Eubanks; “One for the Money,” Janet Evanovich; “Longarm and the Horse Thief,” Tabor Evans; “Mr. Galloway Goes to Washington,” George Galloway.

Also, “Texas Homecoming,” Leigh Greenwood; “A Matter of Temptation,” Lorraine Heath; “Higland Champion,” Hannah Howell; “Highland Honor,” Hannah Howell; “Wrath of the Mountain Man,” William W. Johnstone; “The Forbidden,” William W. Johnstone; “The Masquerade,” Brenda Joyce; “For Our Children’s Sake,” Natasha Oakley.

Also, “Red Lilly,” Nora Roberts; “Somebody Wonderful,” Kate Rothwell; “Nightshade,” John Saul; “Flathead Fury,” John Sharpe; “A Man of Many Talents,” Deborah Simmmons; “Finding Mary Blaine,” Jodi Thomas; “Heart of the West,” Ruth Wind; “Single Kid Seeks Dad,” Linda Randall Wisdom; “Destiny Unleashed,” Sherryl Woods.

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