NORWAY – The Norway Memorial Library has announced its list of new books.

Fiction

“The Talke of Cuckoo Brow Wood,” Susan Wittig Albert; “The Saudi Connection,” Jack Anderson; “Moral Disorder,” Margaret Atwood; “Dominion,” Calvin Baker; “Great Sky Woman,” Steven Barnes; “Love, Lies and Liquor,” M.C. Beaton; “20 Times a Lady,” Karyn Bosnak; “Ricochet,” Sandra Brown; “Brothers,” Da Chen; “One Mississippi,” Mark Childress; “Lights Out Tonight,” Mary Jane Clark.

Also, “Dragon Fire,” William S. Cohen; “Crisis,” Robin Cook; “The Slow Moon,” Elizabeth Cox; “Dead in Vineyard Sand,” Philip R. Craig; “Fort Dearborn,” Jerry Crimmins; “Saks and Violins,” Mary Daheim; “Waltzing at the Piggly Wiggly,” Robert Dalby; “My Favorite Midlife Crisis (Yet),” Toby Devens; “Lost Angel,” Mike Doogan; “The Afghan,” Frederick Forsyth.

Also, “Under Orders,” Dick Francis; “Natural Selection,” Dave Freedman; “Never Fear,” Scott Frost; “Dollar Daze,” Karin Gillespie; “You Made Me Love You,” Joanna Goodman; “The Vision,” Heather Graham; “Sparkle,” Jennifer Greene; “Murder in Jerusalem,” Batya Gur; “When Madeline Was Young,” Jane Hamilton; “A Stolen Season,” Steve Hamilton; “Some Nerve,” Jane Heller.

Also, “All Aunt Hagar’s Children,” Edward P. Jones; “The Mission Song,” John LeCarre; “The City is a Rising Tide,” Rebecca Lee; “The Red Heart of Jade,” Marjorie M. Liu; “Here Comes the Bride,” Whitney Lyles; “The Sand Cafe,” Neil MacFarquhar; “6 Rainier Drive,” Debbie Macomber; “After This,” Alice McDermott; “The Book of Fate,” Brad Meltzer; “The Man from Stone Creek,” Linda Lael Miller.

Also, “Diva Diaries,” Janine A. Morris; “Fear of the Dark,” Walter Mosley; “Mistress,” Anita Nair; “True Lies of a Drama Queen,” Lee Nichols; “Rise and Shine,” Anna Quindlen; “A Deadly Yarn,” Maggie Sefton; “The Vanishing Point,” Mary Sharratt; “Eye of the Dream,” Elizabeth Sinclair; “On Agate Hill,” Lee Smith; “The Big Boom,” Domenic Stansberry; “Thrill Me to Death,” Roxanne St. Claire.

Also, “Counterplay,” Robert K. Tanenbaum; “Still As Death,” Sarah Stewart Taylor; “The Hot Flash Club Chills Out,” Nancy Thayer; “Saint Patrick’s Battalion,” James Alexander Thorn; “The Devil’s Feather,” Minette Walters; “Single in Suburbia,” Wendy Wax; “Knights of the Black and White,” Jack Whyte; “Drenched in Light,” Lisa Wingate; “Messenter of Truth,” Jacqueline Winspear.

Nonfiction

“The Courage of Our Convictions,” Gary Hart; “Conservatives Without Conscience,” John Dean; “Barefoot Contessa Family Style,” Ina Garten; “The Heirloom Tomato Cookbook,” Mimi Luebberman; “The New Strawbale Home,” Catherine Wanek; “The Crochet Answer Book,” Edie Eckman.

Also, “Iron and Silk,” Mark Salzman; “Places in Between,” Rory Stewart; “Women of the House,” Jean Zimmerman; “Chinese Lessons,” John Pomfret; “Prince of the Marshes,” Rory Stewart; “The Architect: Karl Rove and the Master Plan,” James Moore; “Wake-up Call; the Political Education,” Kristen Breitweiser.


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