PARIS – The Paris Public Library recently added the following books to its collection:

Adult fiction

Cecelia Ahern, “If You Could See Me Now;” David Albahari, “Gotz and Meyer;” Robert Alexander, “Rasputin’s Daughter;” Suzanne Arruda, “Mark of the Lion;” Paul Auster, “Brooklyn Follies;” Kevin Baker, “Strivers Row;” Mary Balogh, “Christmas Keepsakes;” Mary Balogh, “Secret Pearl;” Julian Barnes, “Arthur and George;” Max Barry, “Company.”

Also, Jefferson Bass, “Carved in Bone;” Sally Beauman, “Sisters Mortland;” Deborah Bedford, “Remember Me;” William Bernhardt, “Capitol Murders;” Peter Blauner, “Slipping into Darkness;” Larry Bond, “Angels of Wrath: First Team;” Barbara Taylor Bradford, “Just Rewards;” Anita Brookner, “Leaving Home;” Sandra Brown, “Long Time Coming;” Joe Buff, “Seas of Crisis.”

Also, Meg Cabot, “Size 12 is Not Fat;” Liz Carlyle, “Two Little Lies;” Leslie Carroll, “Spin Doctor;” Justin Carwright, “The Promise of Happiness;” Jackie Collins, “Lovers and Players;” Bernard Cornwell, “Pale Horseman;” Susan Crandall, “One Blue Falls Pond;” Jennifer Crusie, “Anyone But You;” Elaine Cunningham, “Shadows in the Starlight;” Kathryn Davis, “The Thin Place.”

Also, Barbara Delinsky, “More Than Friends;” Jude Deveraux, “Carolina Isle;” Christina Dodd, “Barefoot Princess;” Karen EEssex, “Leonardo’s Swans;” Linda Fairstein,”Death Dance;” Robert Ferrigno, “Prayers for the Assassin;” Joy Fielding, “Mad River Road;” Thomas Fleming, “The Secret Trial of Robert E. Lee;” Nicci French, “Catch Me When I Fall;” Stephen Frey, “Protege.”

Also, Lisa Gardner, “Gone;” Kaye Gibbons, “The Life All Around Me by Ellen Foster;” Gail Godwin, “Queen of the Underworld;” Gloria Goldreich, “Dinner with Anna Karenina;” Carol Goodman, “Ghost Orchid;” Heather Graham, “Ghost Walk;” Andrew Greeley, “Irish Crystal;” W.E.B. Griffin, “Hostage;” James Grippando, “Got the Look;” Olga Grushin, “The Dream Life of Sukhanov.”

Also, Joanne Harris, “Gentlemen and Players;” C.S. Harris, “What Angels Fear;” Richard Hawke, “Speak of the Devil;” David Hewson, “Sacred Cut;” Kay Hooper, “The Haviland Touch;” Greg Iles, “Turning Angel;” Iris Johansen, “On the Run;” Joan Johnston, “Hawk’s Way Brides;” Andrea Kane, “Wrong Place, Wrong Time;” Judith Kelman, “Session.”

Also, Elmer Kelton, “Brush Country;” Jessie Kellerman, “Sunstroke;” Stephen King, “Cell;” Jayne Ann Krentz, “All Night Long;” Lynda LaPlante, “Above Suspicion;” John Lescroart, “The Hunt Club;” Doris Lessing, “The Story of General Dann and Mara’s Daughter;” Jeff Long, “The Wall;” Michele Martinez, “Finishing School;” Andrew McGahan, “White Earth;” Jay McInerney, “The Good Life.”

Also, Judith McNaught, “Every Breath You Take;” Kasey Michaels, “High Heels and Homicide;” Linda Lael Miller, “One Last Look;” Walter Mosley, “Wave;” Elizabeth Noble, “The Friendship Test;” Joyce Carol Oates, “The Female of the Species;” Perri O’Shannessy, “Sinister Shorts;” Diana Palmer, “Heart of a Stranger;” Alistar Perez-Reverte, “Purity of Blood;” R.J. Pineiro, “Havoc.”

Also, Matthew Reilly, “The Seven Deadly Wonders;” Phil Rickman, “Smile of a Ghost;” J.D. Robb, “Memory in Death;” Michael Robotham, “Lost;” Kimberly Lawson Roby, “Changing Faces;” Joanna Scott, “Liberation;” Ali Smith, “The Accidental;” Laura Snelling, “Once Upon a Christmas;” Cheryl Strayed, “Torch;” Elaine Taylor, “The Final Betrayal;” Laura Van Wormer, “Mr. Murder;” Ayelet Waldman, “Love and Other Impossible Pursuits;” Lauren Willig, “Masque of the Black Tulip.”

Large print

Sandra Brown, “Long Time Coming;” Jude Deveraux, “Carolina Isle;” Joy Fielding, “Mad River Road;” Dean Koontz, “Forever Odd;” J.D. Robb, “Memory in Death.”

Mysteries

Lilian Jackson Braun, “Cat Who Dropped a Bombshell;” Marjorie Eccles, “Shape of Sand;” Margaret Frazer, “The Sempster’s Tale;” Sue Grafton, “S is for Silence;” Sarah Graves, “Nail Biter;” Karen Harper, “Fatal Fashione;” Joan Hess, “Malpractice in Maggody.”

Also Stephen Hockensmith, “Holmes on the Range;” Stuart Kaminsky, “Terror Town;” Michael McGarrity, “Nothing but Trouble;” Tamar Myers, “Grape Expectations;” Dana Stabenow, “The Blindfold Game;” Jacqueline Winspear, “Birds of a Feather;” Jacqueline Winspear, “Maisie Dobbs.”

Young adult

Iacopo Bruno,”Ulysses Moore: the Door to Time;” Meg Cabot, “Avalon High;” Deb Caletti, “Wild Roses;” Catherine Clark, “Icing on the Lake;” Jamila Gavin, “The Blood Stone;” Adele Geras, “Ithaka;” Charise Harper, “Flashcards of My Life;” Julian Houston, “New Boy.”

Also, Dean Hughes, “Search and Destroy;” A.M. Jenkins, “Beating Heart;” M.E. Kerr, “Your Eyes in Stars;” David Klass, “Dark Angel;” Michelle Paver, “Wolf Brother;” Lynne Perkins, “Criss Cross;” Terry Pratchett, “Johnny and the Dead;” Louis Sachar, “Small Steps;” Lilli Thal, “Mimus.”

Adult nonfiction

Fred Barnes, “Rebel in Chief;” Dave Barry, “Dave Barry’s Money Secrets;” Peter Bennett, “Purification Plan;” Peter Bergen, “The Osama Bin Laden I Know;” Gary Berntsen, “Jawbreaker: the Attack on Bin Laden;” Mark Bittman, “The Best Recipes in the World;” Sylvia Browne, “If You Could See What I See;” Jill Cormier Browne, “Sweet Potato Queens’ Wedding Planner/Divorce Guide.”

Also, James Carvill, “Take It Back!” Thomas Desjardin, “Through a Howling Wilderness: Arnold’s March to Quebec;” Bart Ehrman, “Misquoting Jesus;” Lee Eisenberg, “The Number: A Completely Different Way to Think About Retirement;” Pat Fitzgerald, “The Detox Solution;” Jeff Foxworthy, “Jeff Foxworthy’s Redneck Dictionary.”

Also, Joe Greenblatt, “The Little Book That Beats the Market;” Connie Guttersen, “The Sonomas Diet;” Jonathan Haidt, “The Happiness Hypothesis;” David Halberstam, “The Education of a Coach;” John Hodgman, “Areas of My Expertise;” Steven James, “Story;” Ross King, “The Judgment of Paris;” Aaron J. Klein, “Striking Back: the 1972 Munich Massacre and Israeli’s Revenge.”

Also, Margaret Korda, “Cat People;” John McCain, “Character is Destiny;” Phillip McGraw, “Love Smart;” James McManus, “Physical: an American Check-up;” Candice Millard, “The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt’s Darkest Journey;” Nolen-Hoeksema, “Eating, Drinking, Overthinking;” Jules Older, “Cross Country Skiing for Everyone;” Don Piper, “90 Minutes in Heaven.”

Also, Steven Pratt, “Superfoods Healthstyle;” Jane Bryant Quinn, “Smart and Simple Financial Strategies” Andy Rathbone,”PCs: the Missing Manual;” James Risen, “State of War;” Sharon Rocha, “For Laci;” Laura Schlessinger, “Bad Childhood, Good Life;” Peter Schweizer, “Do As I Say, Not As I Do;” Gail Sheehy; “Sex and the Seasoned Woman.”

Also, Clarke Snell, “Building Green;” Harry S. Stout,”Upon the Alter of a Nation: A Moral History of the American Civil War;” Deborah Tannen, “You’re Wearing That?: Understanding Mother-Daughter Relationships;” David Wallace,”Consider the Lobster and Other Essays;” “Peter Ward,”Life as We Do Not Know It;” Joe William, “Cheating Our Kids;” “Mayo Clinic Plan;” “Weigh Watchers Simply Delicious.”

Books on audiocassettes

Lilian Jackson Braun, “Cat Who Dropped a Bombshell;” Sandra Brown, “Long Time Coming;” Joy Fielding, “Mad River Road;” Jayne Anne Krentz, “All Night Long;” Judith McNaught,”Every Breath You Take.”

Books on compact disc

Barbara Taylor Bradford, “Just Rewards;” Barbara Delinsky, “More Than Friends;” Joy Fielding, “Mad River Road;” W.E.B. Griffin, “Hostage:” Iris Johansen, “On the Run;” Stephen King, “Cell;” Jayne Ann Krentz, “All Night Long;” Louis Sachar, “Small Steps.”

Picture books

Aliki, “The Play’s the Thing;” Sandra Boynton, “Dog Train Midnight Express;” Sandra Boynton, “Philadelphia Chickens;” Janie Bynum, “Nutmeg and Barley;” Denys Cazet, “A Snout for Chocolate;” Chih Yuan Chen, “The Best Christmas Ever;” Doreen Cronin, “Click, Clack, Splish, Splash.”

Also, Roger Duvoisin, “Veronica;” Laura Aim Garn, “Bella Basset Ballerina;” Geoffrey Kloske, “Once Upon a Time the End;” Lenore Look, “Uncle Peter’s Amazing Chinese Wedding;” Patrick McDonnell, “The Gift of Nothing;” Jacqueline Ogburn, “Bake Shop Ghost.”

Also, Barbara Samuels, “Happy Valentine’s Day Delores;” Anthony Schneider, “Advent Storybook;” Lauren Thompson, “Little Quack’s New Friend;” Judith Viorst, “Just in Case;” Lisa Wheeler, “The Hokey Pokey;” Walter Wick, “Seymour Makes New Friends.”

Juvenile fiction

David Baldacci, “Mystery of Silas Finklebean;” Michael Buckley, “The Unusual Suspects: the Sisters Grimm;” Irene Haas, “Bess and Bella;” Erin Hunter, “Dawn;” Johanna Hurwitz, “Unsigned Valentine;” P.B. Kerr, “The Blue Djinn of Babylon;” Dick King-Smith, “The Catlady.”

Also, Donna J. Napoli,”The King of Mulberry Street;” Anna Nilsen, “Art Auction Mystery;” Ian Ogilvy, “Measle and the Dragodon;” Ian Ogilvy, “Measle and the Mallockee;” Kenneth Oppel, “Airborn;” R.L. Stine, “Lose Team Lose;” Jonathan Stroud, “Ptolemy’s Gate;” Diego Vega, “Young Zorro: the Iron Brand.”

Juvenile nonfiction

Lori Carlson, “Moccasin Thunder: American Indian Stories;” Brian Cleary, “Rhyme and Punishment;” Lisa DeMauro, “Presidents of the United States;” Mary Pope Osborne, “Pompeii Lost and Found;” M.D. Usher, “Wise Guy: the Life and Philosophy of Socrates;” Jane Yolen, “Apple for the Teacher.”

For more information or to reserve a title, call the library at 743-6994 or e-mail [email protected] The library will deliver requested materials. It is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


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