DIXFIELD — July new arrivals at Ludden Memorial Library have been announced.

Adult fiction

“Black Hills,” Roberts; “Good Things I Wish You,” Ansay; “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” Larsson; “Whispered Lies,” Kenyon; “Razor Sharp,” Michaels; “The Night Watchman,” Mynheir; “Port City Shakedown,” Boyle; “Dead and Gone,” Harris; “Doomsday Key,” Rollins; “Burn,” Howard; “Killer Summer,” Pearson; “The Time Traveler’s Wife,” Niffengger; “In the Heart of the Canyon,” Hyde; “Happiness Key,” Richards; “Sarah’s Key,” Rosnay; “The Mist,” Neggers; “Silks,” Francis; “Summer Knight,” Butcher; “Sweet September,” Goyer; “Before the Dawn,” Aarsen; “Guardian of Lies,” Martin; “Return to Sullivan’s Island.” Frank; “Storm Cycle,” Johansen; “There’s Something about St. Tropez, Adler.

Adult nonfiction

“The Land in Between,” Craig; “Prairie Tale: A Memoir,” Gilbert; “Oscar Wilde: A Certain Genius,” Belford; “Andrew Jackson: His Life and Times,” Brands; “Do Dead People Walk Their Dogs?,” Bertoldi; “100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden,” Male; “Creative Ideas for Garden Structures,” Hendy; “250 Best Paying Jobs,” Farr; “150 Best Recession-Proof Jobs”; “My Life in France,” Child; “Reiki: a Comprehensive Guide,” Miles; “Glenn Beck’s Common Sense,” Beck; “The Joy of Keeping Chickens,” Megyesi; “Simply Gemstones,” Alden;.

Large print adult fiction

“A Friend of the Family,” Willett; “The French Gardener,” Montefiore; “Tempted by His Kiss,” Warren; “Cry Mercy,” Stewart; “The Wedding Girl,” Wickham; “Showdown at Yellow Butte,” L’amour; “The Home-Maker,” Canfield; “North River,” Hamil.

Juvenile fiction

“Discordia,” Salmon; “Biscuit’s First Sleepover,” Capucilli; “I’m Sorry,” Chanda; “Dora Celebrates Earth Day,” Sollinger; “Children of the Dawnland,” Gear; “Daniel X: Watch the Skies,” Patterson; :Chasing the Bear,” Parker; “Strawberry Hill,” Hoberman; “Egg Drop,” Grey; “Watch Me Grow,” Silverhardt; “Lost and Found,” Mason; “Have You Seen My Cat?,” Carle; “Tugga-Tugga Tugboat,” Lewis; “Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew,” Keene; “The Drop of Doom,” Mason; “Save the Tree!,” Frazier; “Corey Combine and the Great Big Mess,” Roth.

Juvenile paperbacks

“The Killing,” Muchamore.

Juvenile nonfiction

“Even An Ostrich Needs a Nest,” Kelly; “Colonial America,” Clancy; “No More Butts,” Berrettini.

Audio CDs

“The 8th Confession,” Patterso.


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“Horton Hears a Who!”; “The Wiggles: Five Hot Potatoes!”; “Jojo’s Circus: Animal A Go Go”; “Defiance”; “Titanic”; “Yes Man.”

Adult paperbacks

“All Together Dead,” Harris; “Definitely Dead,” Harris; “Larger Than Life,” Hooper; “The MacKade Brothers: Devin and Shane,” Roberts; “Deep Down,” Harper; “Edge of Dawn,” O’Shea; “Flowers on Main,” Wood; “The Last Gunfighter,” Johnstone; “Mark of the Demon,” Rowland; “The Plantation,” Kuzneski; “Moon Burn,” Sheckley; “The Desert Lord’s Baby,” Gates; “The Marines’ Babies,” Altom; “The Man Most Likely,” Myers; “The Texas Twins,” Leonard; “Almost Home,” Macomber; “Best Wishes Always,” Finn; “Branded by Fire,” Singh; “The Sword of the Templars,” Christopher; “Hidden Currents,” Feehan; “Straight from the Hip,” Maller.

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