DIXFIELD – New arrivals on the shelves of the Ludden Memorial Library during October were as follows:

Adult fiction

“Aerie,” Lackey; “Consider Lily,” Dayton; “Deceit,” Siegel; “Echo Park,” Connelly; “Final Truth,” Stewart; “For One More Day ,” Ablom; “Ghost Dancer,” Case; “Hundred Dollar Baby,” Parker; “In Every Flower,” Hill; “Linsey’s Story,” King; “Morrigan’s Cross,” Roberts; “Motor Mouth,” Evanovich.

Also, “Short Straw,” Woods; “Skeleton Coast,” Cussler; “The Brethren ,” Lewis; “The Brushstroke Legacy,” Snelling; “The Collectors,” Baldacci; “The Hounds and the Fury,” Brown; “The Innocent Man,” Grisham; “The Maine Mulch Murder,” Clark.

Also, “The Mephisto Club,” Gerritsen; “The Mortician’s Daughter,” Bloom; “Under Orders,” Francis; “What Came Before He Shot Her,” George; “Whispers of Winter,” Peterson.

Adult nonfiction

“A Burden of Silence-My Mother’s Battle with Aids,” Draper; “Embrace Grace,” Higgs; “Exploring the Levels of Creation,” Browne; “First Light,” Kidd; “Hubris-Inside Story of Spin, Scandal and the Selling of the Iraq War,” Isikoff; “National Audubon Society Field Guide to Marine Fishes.”

Also, “Out of Your Comfort Zone: Is Your God Too Nice?,” Kendall; “Resolute,” Sandler; “State of Denial,” Woodward; “The Confident Woman,” Meyer; “The Everything Toddler Activity Book,” Levine.

Large print adult fiction

“Hearts Divided,” Rivers; “Hers Under Cover,” Brockman; “Leaves of Hope,” Palmer; “Pieces of the Heart,” White; “Promise Me,” Coben; “The Future Scrolls,” Michaels; “The Quilter’s Daughter,” Brunstetter.

Young adult fiction

“Gemini Summer,” Lawrence.


“Government Assistance Almanac,” Dumouchel.

Juvenile fiction

“Artemis Fowl: The Lost Colony,” Colfer; “Burger Boy,” Durant; “Chowder,” Brown; “Dooby Dooby Moo,” Cronin; “Farmer Dale’s Red Pickup Truck,” Wheeler; “Hachiko Waits,” Newman; “I’m Dirty,” McMullan; “I’ve Got an Elephant,” Ginkel; “Is There Really a Human Race,” Curtis.

Also, “My Book Box,” Hillerbrand; “The Beatrice Letters,” Snicket; “The End” (copy 1), Snicket; “The End” (copy 2), Snicket; “The Great American Mousical,” Edwards; “The Snow Spider,” Nimmo; “The Squampkin Patch,” Petty; “The Thieves of Ostia,” Lawrence.

Juvenile nonfiction

“Dung Beetles,” Twist; “Lebron James,” Mattern; “Pinocchio,” Metaxas.


“A Fistful of Charms,” Harrison; “Dance of the Gods,” Roberts; “Edge of Darkness,” Adair; “Home Before Midnight ,” Kantra; “Trouble in High Heels,” Dodd.

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