RUMFORD – The Rumford Public Library has announced new additions to its shelves.

Fiction

“Forever in Blue,” Ann Brashares; “The Cat Who Had 60 Whiskers,” Lilian Jackson Braun; “Puss ‘N Cahoots,” Rita Mae Brown and Sneaky Pie Brown; “Two Alone,” Sandra Brown; “Deep Storm,” Lincoln Child; “The Welsh Girl,” Peter Ho Davies.

Also, “Family Tree,” Barbara Delinsky; “Hide,” Lisa Gardner; “Hannibal Rising,” Thomas Harris; “Impulse,” Ellen Hopkins; “Stalemate,” Iris Johansen; “The Grave Tattoo,” Val McDermid; “The Fifth Vial,” Michael Palmer; “The Edge of Winter,” Luanne Rice; “A Deeper Sleep,” Dana Stabenow.

Nonfiction

“The Bhagavad-Gita: Krishna’s Counsel in Time of War,” translated by Barbara Stoler Miller; “The Cure: Heal Your Body, Save Your Life,” Timothy Brantley; “XxxHolic. 3,” Clamp; “America’s Cheapest Family Gets You Right on the Money,” Steve and Annette Economides; “Redneck Classic,” Jeff Foxworthy.

Also, “Guinness World Records 2004”; “J.K. Lasser’s Your Income Tax 2007,” J.K. Lasser Institute; “The Tibetan Book of the Dead,” Karma-glin-pa; “Wiener Dog Art: A Far Side Collection,” Gary Larson; “Storytelling with Children,” Nancy Mellon; “50 Dates Worse Than Yours,” Justin Racz.

Also, “Poland Spring: A Tale of the Gilded Age, 1860-1900,” David L. Richards; “Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present,” Harriet A. Washington; “Scientific Progress Goes Boink: A Calvin and Hobbes Collection,” Bill Watterson.

Large print

“Train from Marietta,” Dorothy Garlock; “S is for Silence,” Sue Grafton.

Paperback

“Sun Kissed,” Catherine Anderson; “The Chosen,” Alex Archer; “Airs Beneath the Moon,” Toby Bishop; “Meant-to-be Mother,” Ally Blake; “Rogue’s Salute,” Jennifer Blake; “The Businessman’s Bride,” Jackie Braun; “Rides a Stranger,” Bill Brooks; “The Lost Fleet: Fearless,” Jack Campbell.

Also, “Haven,” Carolyn Davidson; “Unshapely Things,” Mark Del Franco; “Beauty Sleep,” Cameron Dokey; “Hell to Pay,” Simon R. Green; “Best Friends for Never: a Clique Novel,” Lisi Harrison; “Unconquered,” Hannah Howell; “The Killers,” Mike Jamesson; “Preacher’s Quest,” William W. Johnstone; “Infection,” Miyu Kawasaki.

Also, “Night Watch: A Long-Lost Adventure in Which Sherlock Holmes Meets Father Brown,” Stephen Kendrick; “Over the Moon,” Angela Knight; “Slocum and Hot Lead,” Jake Logan; “Slocum at Hangdog,” Jake Logan; “Snow,” Tracy Lynn; “Choke Point,” Jay MacLarty; “Hellfire Canyon,” Max McCoy.

Also, “The Nanny and the Sheikh,” Barbara McMahon; “Lethal Justice,” Fern Michaels; “The Wave,” Walter Mosley; “Spellstruck,” Jaclyn Reding; “Angels All Over Town,” Luanne Rice; “Sweet Home Carolina,” Patricia Rice; “Ralph Compton: A Wolf in the Fold,” David Robbins; “The Friends of Wild Bill Hickok,” J. R. Roberts; “The Killing Blow,” J. R. Roberts,

Also, “Two by Twilight,” Maggie Shayne; “The Savage Gun,” Jory Sherman; “Sacrifice of the Widow,” Lisa Smedman; “Midnight Pearls,” Debbie Viguie; “Outback Man Seeks Wife,” Margaret Way; “Witch Killer,” C.L. Werner; “The Winter Lodge,” Susan Wiggs.

Cassettes

“Dubliners,” James Joyce; “On the Road,” Jack Kerouac; “Cat Chaser,” Elmore Leonard; “Looking for a Ship,” John McPhee.

CDs

“The Cat Who Had 60 Whiskers,” Lilian Jackson Braun.

DVDs

“Action Jackson,” “The Da Vinci Code,” “Escape Under Pressure,” “Flags of Our Fathers,” “Fort Apache, the Bronx,” “Austin Powers in Goldmember,” “The Three Stooges,” “Two for the Money.”


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