PARIS – The Paris Public Library recently added the following titles to its collection:


Abu-Jaber, “Origin”; Adair, “White Heat”; Adler, “Meet Me in Venice”; Amirrezvani, “Blood of Flowers”; Archer, “Cat O’Nine Tales”; Brashares, “The Last Summer (of You and Me)”; Burke, “The Dead Connection”; Burke, “Tin Roof Blowdown”; Cabot, “The Queen of Babble in the Big City”; Carlson, “Five Skies”; Carrington, “Foul Play.”

Also, Carter, “New England White”; Cohen, “House Lights”; Collins, “Drop Dead Beautiful”; Dailey, “Something More”; Dean, “How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls”; Delinsky, “Facets”; Deveraux, “Someone to Love”; Dillard, “The Maytrees”; Ellis, “The Eye of the Beholder.”

Also, Evanovich, “Lean Mean Thirteen”; Fforde, “Thursday Next in First Among Sequels”; French, “In the Woods”; Ghelfi, “Volk’s Game”; Gist, “Courting Trouble”; Gore, “Sammy’s House”; Griffin, “Double Agents”; Grossman, “Soon I Will Be Invincible”; Haines, “Ham Bones”; Hale, “Austenland”; Havill, “Final Payment.”

Also, Henderson, “Circumference of Darkness”; Hilderbrand, “Barefoot”; Hosp, “Innocence”; Howard, “Up Close and Dangerous”; Kalla, “Blood Lies”; Karasyov, “Infidelity Pact”; Konrath, “Dirty Martini”; Krueger, “Thunder Bay”; Lovesey, “Secret Hangman.”

Also, Maupin, “Michael Tolliver Lives”; Miller, “A Wanted Man”; Muller, “Ever-Running Man”; Patterson, “The Quickie”; Pearson, “Killer Weekend”; Perry, “Daddy’s Girls”; Pronzini, “Savages”; Putney, “Distant Magic”; Rendell, “The Water’s Lovely”; Rice, “What Matters Most”; Richards, “Touching Stars.”

Also, Rimington, “The Secret Asset”; Roberts, “High Noon”; Robotham, “Night Ferry”; Rollins, “The Judas Strain”; Salvatore, “The Dark Elf Trilogy”; Saul, “Devil’s Labyrinth”; See, “Peony in Love”; Sierra, “Lady in Blue”; Silva, “The Secret Servant”; Smiley, “Short Change”; Cruz Smith, “Stalin’s Ghost”; Steel, “Bungalow 2.”

Also, Strohmeyer, “The Sleeping Beauty Proposal”; Swann, “Three Bags Full”; Thor, “First Commandment”; Tolkien, “Children of Hurin”; Twelve Hawks, “Dark River”; Vance, “Restitution”; Henry Wall, “Family Secrets”; Weis, “Dragons of the Highlord Skies”; Wickham, “The Gatecrasher”; Wiggins, “Shadow Catcher.”

Large print

Evanovich, “Lean Mean Thirteen”; Lowell, “Innocent as Sin”; Miller, “A Wanted Man”; Patterson, “The Quickie”; Rice, “What Matters Most”; Rollins, “Judas Strain”; Steel, “Bungalow 2.”

Audio CDs

Burke, “Tin Roof Blowdown”; Coulter, “Double Take”; Delinsky, “Facets”; Evanovich, “Lean Mean Thirteen”; Griffin, “Double Agents”; Lowell, “Innocent as Sin”; Patterson, “The Quickie”; Pearson, “Killer Weekend”; Roberts, “High Noon”; Rollins, “The Judas Strain”; Saul, “Devil’s Labyrinth”; Steel, “Bungalow 2.”


Carlyle, “Never Lie to a Lady”; Dodd, “Scent of Darkess”; Feehan, “Safe Harbor”; Graham, “Blood Red”; London, “Hazards of Hunting a Duke”; Macomber, “Country Brides”; Markham, “Love Suburban Style”; Neggers, “Abandon”; Neggers, “Cut and Run.”

Young adult

Ewing, “The Summoning”; Harazin, “Blood Brothers”; Harrison, “Sealed with a Diss”; Horowitz, “Nightrise”; Reynolds Naylor, “Dangerously Alice”; Powers, “The Confessional”; Rennison, “Love is a Many Trousered Thing”; Stone, “Monkey”; Weatherly, “Missing Abby”; Zahn, “Dragon and Herdsman”; Zahn, “Dragon and Judge.”


Brown, “The Diana Chronicles”; Cathcart, “Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar: Understanding Philosophy Through Jokes”; Davies, “The Cosmic Jackpot”; Freston, “The One: Discovering the Secrets of Soul Mate”; Glavin, “The Sixth Extinction”; Heinrich, “The Snoring Bird”; Heymann, “American Legacy: The Story of John and Caroline Kennedy.”

Also, Katz, “Dog Days: Dispatches from Bedlam Farm”; Kerasote, “Merle’s Door: Lessons from a Freethinking Dog”; Luttrell, “Lone Survivor”; Marshall, “How to Build a Greenhouse”; Mooney, “Storm World”; Morris, “Outrage”; Reagan, “The Reagan Diaries.”

Also, Segre, “Faust in Copenhagen”; Smith, “Incredible Vegetables from Self-Watering Containers”; Steinhardt, “Endless Universe”; Stewart, “Why Beauty is Truth”; Talty, “The Empire of Blue Water”; Weiner, “Legacy of Ashes”; Weisman, “The World Without Us.”

For more information or to reserve a title, call the Paris Public Library at 743-6994 or e-mail [email protected]