DIXFIELD – Ludden Memorial Library announces its new books.

Adult fiction

“Brush Country,” Kelton; “Circle of Quilters,” Chiaverini; “Dark Assassin,” Perry; “Daughter of Deliverance,” Morris; “Dirty Blonde,” Scottoline; “Gabriel’s Angel,” Roberts; “Girl in the Shadows,” Andrews; “Gone,” Gardner; “Hunt the Man Down,” Patten; “Labyrinth,” Moose; “Leave it to Claire,” Bateman.

Also, “Maine,” Parker; “Prior Bad Acts,” Hoag; “Sour Puss,” Brown; “Stone Killer,” Spencer; “Summer of the Midnight Sun,” Peterson; “The Christmas Quilt,” Chiaverini; “The House,” Steel; “The Old Wine Shades,” Grimes; “The Tenth Circle,” Picoult; “Train from Marietta,” Garlock.

Adult nonfiction

“101 Questions about Sleep and Dreams,” Brynie; “Alwaleed,” Khan; “Confessions from an Honest Wife,” Davis; “Eat, Pray, Love,” Gilbert; “From Your Child’s Teacher,” Bright; “If You Could See What I See,” Browne; “In Every Pew Sits a Broken Heart,” Graham; “Official Blackbook Price Guide to U.S. Coins,” Hudgeons.

Also, “Red Sox Century,” Stout; “Simon and Schuster’s Guide to Gems and Precious Stones,” Cipriani; “Spook,” Roach; “The History and Battlefields of the Civil War,” Bowen; “The Last True Story I’ll Ever Tell,” Crawford; “The Mother Daughter Connection,” Shellenberger; “The Winds of Change,” Liden; “The Year of Yes,” Headley.

Large print adult fiction

“Fiesta Moon,” Windsor; “Gunfighter Breed,” Nye; “Magic Hour,” Hannah; “The Heart Remembers,” Lacy; “Trouble on the Massacre,” Ballasrd; “Valeri,” Macomber.

Young adult fiction

“Avalon High,” Cabot; “Drums, Girls and Dangerous Pie,” Sonnenblick; “Party Princess,” Cabot; “Pinned,” Martino; “Size 12 is not Fat,” Cabot.

Graphic novels

“I Can’t Believe It’s Not the Justice League,” Griffin; “Simpson’s Comics Belly Buster.”

Juvenile fiction

“A Chick Called Saturday,” Dunbar; “Bionicle-Island of Doom,” “Bionicle-Legends of Metru Nui,” “Bionicle-The Darkness Below,” “Bionicle-Trial by Fire,’ “Bionicle-Voyage of Fear,” Farshtey; “Cork and Fuzz,” Chaconas; “Henry and Mudge and the Great Grandpas,” Rylant.

Also, “Judy Moody, MD-The Doctor is In,” McDonald; “Moose Tracks,” Wilson; “Princess Academy,” Hale; “Sail Away Little Boat,” Buell; “Shhhhh! Everybody’s Sleeping,” Markes; “Star Climbing,” Fancher; “The Knee Book,” Tether; “Whittington,” Armstrong.

Juvenile nonfiction

“A Penguin Chick Grows Up,” Hewett; “American Curl Cats,” “Cocker Spaniels,’ “Hummingbirds,” Murry; “If You’re Angry and You Know It,” Kaiser; “Labrador Retrievers,” Murray; “Snack Time Around the World,” “The Easter Story,” Wildsmith; “The Moses Basket,” Koralek.

Audio CDs

“A Kiss Remembered,” Brown; “Interlude in Death,” Robb; “Sea Change,” Parker; “The Box Car Children 78,” “The Box Car Children 102,” Warner; “The Light in the Piazza,” Spencer.


“Sing-Along Stories 2,” “The Little Light of Mine,” Raffi.


“Bewitched,” “Curious George,” “Eebee’s Adventures,” “Elmo’s World-Reach for the Sky,” “Good Boy!” “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,” “Lady and the Tramp,” “Must Love Dogs,” “Star Wars I, The Phantom Menace,” “Star Wars II, Attack of the Clones,” “Star Wars III, Revenge of the Sith,” “The Butterfly Effect,” “The Lord of the Rings-The Fellowship of the Ring,” “The Lord of the Rings-The Two Towers,” “The Princess Diaries 2,” “The Skeleton Key,” “Walk the Line.”


“A Taste of Temptation,” Grey; “A Visit from Sir Nicholas,” Alexander; “Breakwater,” Neggers; “Cobweb Morning,” Neels; “Come Home to Love,” Hohl; “Don’t Look Down,” Enoch; “Jude’s Law,” Foster; “Just a Hint,” Foster; “Lady Anne’s Dangerous Man,” Westin; “Longarm and the Horses of a Different Color,” “Longarm and the Undercover Mountie,” “Most Wanted,” Brashear; “Operation: Texas,” Rustard; “Partners,” Bragdon.

Also, “Regency Christmas Courtship,” Metzger; “Shadow Touch,” Liu; “Slocum and the Water Witch,” Logan; “SPUR-The Miner’s Moll,” Fletcher; “Summer Breeze,” Anderson; “The Back-up Plan,” Woods; “The Courtesan,” Justiss; “The Fixer Upper,” Arnold; “The Gilden Knight,” Simpson; “The Gunsmith-288,” Roberts; “The Perfect Temptation,” LaFoy; “The Tailsman-Mountain Mavericks,” Sharpe; “Truth or Dare,” Foster; “Truth or Dare: White Lies and Barefaced Truths,” Hopkins.

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