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

Adult fiction

Steve Berry, “Templar Legacy”‘ Kevin Brockmeier, “A Brief History of the Dead”; Robert Crais, “Two Minute Rule”; Elaine Cunningham, “Shadows in the Darkness”; Ted Dekker, “Showdown”; Kiran Desai, “The Inheritance of Loss”; Sarah Dunant, “In the Company of the Courtesan”; Neil Gaiman, “Anansi Boys.”

Also, Debra Galant, “Rattled”; Allegra Goodman, “Intuition”; Sally Gunning, “The Widow’s War”; Lauren Hamilton, “Micah”; Kristin Hannah, “Magic Hour”; Dee Henderson, “Witness”; Dara Horn, “The World to Come”; Raymond Khoury, “The Last Templar.”

Also, Karen Kingsbury, “Even Now”; David Liss, “The Ethical Assassin”; Kat Martin, “The Handmaiden’s Necklace”; Robert Mrazek, “Deadly Embrace”; Sigrid Nunez, “The Last of Her Kind”; Sharon Owen, “The Tavern on Maple Street”; Robert Parker, “Sea Change”; James Patterson, “The Fifth Horseman.”

Also, Thomas Perry, “Nightlife”; Roger Rosenblatt, “Lapham Rising”; Edward Rutherfurd, “Rebels of Ireland”; Joshua Spanogle, “Isolation Ward”; Danielle Steel, “The House”; Hilma Wolitzer, “The Doctor’s Daughter.”

Mysteries

Paul Adam, “The Rainaldi Quartet”; Conrad Allen, “Murder on the Oceanic”; Nancy Atherton, “Aunt Dimity and the Deep Blue Sea”; M.C. Beaton, “Death of a Dreamer”; Rita Mae Brown, “Sour Puss”; Martha Grimes, “Old Wine Shades”; Rebecca Pawel, “Summer Snow”; Bill Pronzini, “Mourners”; Gillian Roberts, “A Hole in Juan.”

Large print editions

Robert Crais, “Two Minute Rule”; Barbara Delinsky, “More than Friends”; Dorothy Garlock, “Road to Marietta”; Martha Grimes, “Old Wine Shades”; Kristin Hannah, “Magic Hour”; Judith McNaught, “Every Breath You Take”; James Patterson, “The Fifth Horseman”; Danielle Steel, “The House.”

Young adult novels

Clive Cussler, “The Adventures of Vin Fiz”; Shannon Hale, “The Princess Academy”; Melissa Kantor, “If I Have an Evil Stepmother, then Where’s My Prince?”

Adult nonfiction

Larry Dossey, “The Extraordinary Healing Powers of Ordinary Things”; Peter Hunn, “Small Engine Handbook”; Daniel Kindlon, “Raising Cain”; Rick Lovett, “The Esstential Cross Country Skier”; Deborah Madison, “Vegetable Soups from Deborah Madison’s Kitchen.”

Also, Bryan Peterson, “Understanding Digital Photography”; Charles Seife, “Decoding the Universe”; James Swanson, “Manhunt: the Twelve Day Chase for Lincoln’s Killer”; Nancy Wiseman, “Could It Be Autism?”; Thomas Yarema, “Eat-Taste-Heal: An Ayurevdic Cookbook;” “The Complete Dog Book.”

Audiobooks

Kate DiCamillo, “The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane”; Kristin Hannah, “Magic Hour”; Robert Parker, “Sea Change”; James Patterson, “The Fifth Horseman”; Danielle Steel,”The House.”

Children’s picture books

“Margery Cuyler, “Ground Hog Stays Up Late”; Mary Engelbreit, “The Queen of Easter”; Lou Fancher, “Star Climbing”; Zora Neale Hurston, “Six Fools”; Thomas Kinkade, “The Lord’s Prayer”; Jeanne De Deu Prats, “Sebastian’s Roller Skates”; Jane Yolen, “Soft House.”

Children’s novels

Michael Buckley, “Fairy Tale Detectives”; Kate DiCamillo, “The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane”; Ian Ogilvy, “Measle and the Wrathmonk.”

For more information, or to reserve a title, call the library at 743-6994 or e-mail [email protected] Delivery of books to homes is available. The library 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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