Additions announced by Norway library
NORWAY — The Norway Memorial Library May book list has been announced.
Albert, Susan Wittig, “Wormwood”; Baldacci, David, “First Family”; Barr, Nevada, “Borderline”; Brockmann, Suzanne, “Dark of Night”; Clark, Mary Higgins, “Cursed,” “Just Take My Heart”; Coben, Harlan, “Long Lost”; Dallas, Sandra, “Prayers for Sale”; Davidson, Diane Mott, “Fatally Flaky.”
Also, Dodd, Christina, “Danger in a Red Dress”; Ellis, Robert, “The Lost Witness”; Green, Tim, “Above the Law”; Grippando, James, “Intent to Kill”; Grisham, John, “The Associate”; Haddam, Jane, “Living Witness”; Higgins, Jack, “A Darker Place”; Heller, Zoe, “The Believers”; Hughes, Charlotte, “Nutcase.”
Also, Johansen, Iris, “Deadlock”; Korelitz, Jean Hanff, “Admission”; Lumbert, Jay, “The Alchemist Conspiracy”; Manseau, Peter, “Songs for the Butcher’s Daughter”; McCall Smith, Alexander, “Tea Time for the Traditionally Built”; Medlicott, Joan, “Promises of Change”; Patterson, James, “8th Confession.”
Also, Quick, Amanda, “The Perfect Poison”; Rabb, Jonathan, “Shadow and Light”; Rakoff, Joanna Smith, “A Fortunate Age”; Rice, Luanne, “The Geometry of Sisters”; Riggs, Cynthia, “Death and Honesty”; Ross, Ann B., “Miss Julia Delivers the Goods”; Scottoline, Lisa, “Look Again”; Umrigar, Thrity, “The Weight of Heaven”; Woods, Stuart, “Loitering with Intent.”
Barra, Allen, “Yogi Berra: Eternal Yankee”; Chenoweth, Kristin, “A Little Bit Wicked: Life, Love and Faith in Stages”; D’Antonia, Michael, “Forever Blue: The True Story of Walter O’Malley, Baseball’s Most Controversial Owner, and the Dodgers of Brooklyn and Los Angles.”
Also, Googh, Brad, “Flannery: a Life of Flannery O’Connor”; Isaacson, Rupert, “The Horse Boy: a Father’s Quest to Heal His Son”; Perkins, George, “Stones Stand, Water Flows: a New England Story “; Queenan, Joe, “Closing Time: a Memoir”; Sirleaf, Ellen Johnson, “This Child Will Be Great: a Memoir of a Remarkable Life by Africa’s First Woman President.”
Lopez, Steve, “The Soloist: a Lost Dream, and Unlikely Friendship, and the Redemptive Power of Music”; Arsenault, Raymond, “The Sound of Freedom: Marian Anderson, the Lincoln Memorial and the Concert that Awakened America.”
Also, Taylor, Nick, “American-Made: the Enduring Legacy of the WPA: When FDR Put the Nation to Work”; Holmes, Hannah, “The Well-Dressed Ape: a Natural History of Myself”; Carlisle, Nancy, “America’s Kitchens”; Bernstein, Michelle, “Cuisine a Latina: Fresh Tastes and a World of Flavors from Michy’s Miami Kitchen.”
Also, Baggett, Nancy, “Kneadlessly Simple: Fabulous, Fuss-Free, No-Knead Bread”;    Susanka, Sarah, “Not So Big Remodeling: Tailoring Your Home for the Way Your Really Live”; Scott, Gail, “E. Ambrose Webster: Chasing the Sun a Modern Painter of Light and Color”; Bryson, Bill, “Shakespeare: the World as Stage”; Huffman, Alan, “Sultana: Surviving Civil War, Prison, and the Worst Maritime Disaster in American History.”
Maine nonfiction
Bunting, W.H., “Live Yankees: the Sewalls and Their Ships”; Beem, Edgar Allen, “Backyard Maine: Local Essays.”
Baldacci, David, “First Family”; Kellerman, Jonathan, “True Detectives”; Rice, Luann, “The Geometry of Sisters”; Woods, Stuart, “Loitering with Intent.”

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