PARIS — The Paris Public Library recently added the following books to its collection: 

Fiction

Elizabeth Adler, “There’s Something about St. Tropez;” Manette Ansay, “Good Things I Wish You;” Michael Baden, “Skeleton Justice;” Muriel Barbery, “The Elegance of the Hedgehog;” Heather Barbieri, “The Lace Makers of Glenmara;” Rhys Bowen, “Royal Flush;” Anita Brookner, “Strangers;” Hester Browne, “The Finishing Touches;” James Lee Burke, “Rain Gods;” Jim Butcher, “Summer Knight;” Tess Callahan, “April and Oliver;” Dorothy Cannell, “She Shoots to Conquer;” Ron Carlson, “The Signal;” Stephen Carter, “Jericho’s Fall;” Linda Castillo, “Sworn to Silence;” Diane Chamberlain, “Secrets She Left Behind;” Jill Ciment, “Heroic Measures;” Lauren Conrad, “L.A. Candy;” Mary Daheim, “The Alpine Uproar;” Ruth Downie, “Persona non Grata;” Sarah Dunant, “Sacred Hearts.”

Also, Janet Evanovich, “Finger Lickin’ Fifteen;” Warren Fahy, “Fragment;” Gillian Flynn, “Dark Places;” Alan Dean Foster, “Flinx Transcendent;” Dorothea Benton Frank, “Return to Sullivan’s Island;” Meg Gardiner, “The Memory Collector;” Glen David Gold, “Sunnyside;” Seth Grahame-Smith, “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies;” Andrew Grant, “Even;” Jane Haddam, “Living Witness;” Carolyn Haines, “Greedy Bones;” Parnell Hall, “Dead Man’s Puzzle;” Elizabeth Harbison, “Hope in a Jar;” James Hayman, “The Cutting;” Elin Hilderbrand, “The Castaways;” Jane Hitchcock, “Mortal Friends;” Linda Howard, “Burn;” Katherine Howe, “The Physik Book of Deliverance Dane;” Gregg Hurwitz, “Trust No One;” Greg Iles, “The Devil’s Punchbowl;” Enrique Joven, “The Book of God and Physics.”

Also, Mary Kay Andrews, “The Fixer Upper;” Karen Kingsbury, “A Moment of Weakness;” Karen Kingsbury, “Halfway to Forever;” Karen Kingsbury, “Take Two;” Joe Konrath, “Cherry Bomb;” Julie Kramer, “Missing Mark;” Lynda La Plante, “Deadly Intent;” Jon Land, “Strong Enough to Die;” Joe Lansdale, “Vanilla Ride;” Michael Lawson, “House Secrets;” John Lescroart, “A Plague of Secrets;” David Levien, “Where the Dead Lay;” David Liss, “The Devil’s Company;” Jim Lynch, “Border Songs;” Jennifer McMahon, “Dismantled;” Kyle Mills, “Lords of Corruption;” David Morrell, “The Shimmer;” Mary McGarry Morris, “The Last Secret;” Reggie Nadelson, “Londongrad;” Carla Neggers, “The Mist;” Hakan Nesser, “Woman with Birthmark;” Robert Olmstead, “Far Bright Star;” James Patterson, “Swimsuit;” Ridley Pearson, “Killer Summer;” George Pelecanos, “The Way Home;” Emilie Richards, “Happiness Key;” John Ringo, “Eye of the Storm;” Tom Robbins, “B is for Beer.”

Also, Nora Roberts, “Black Hills;” James Rollins, “The Doomsday Key;” Greg Rucka, “Walking Dead;” Carlos Ruiz Zafon, “The Angel’s Game;” Brandon Sanderson, “Warbreaker;” Theresa Schwegel, “Last Known Address;” Lisa See, “Shanghai Girls;” Jacqueline Sheehan, “Now & Then;” Tom Rob Smith, “The Secret Speech;” Sarah Strohmeyer, “The Penny Pinchers Club;” Patrick Suskind, “Perfume;” Nancy Thayer, “Summer House;” Marcel Theroux, “Far North;” Brad Thor, “The Apostle” Alisa Valdes-Rodriquez, “The Husband Habit;” Laura Van Wormer, “Expose;” Kate Walbert, “A Short History of Women;” Jennifer Weiner, “Best Friends Forever;” Rebecca Wells, “The Crowning Glory of Calla;” Madeleine Wickham, “The Wedding Girl.”

Nonfiction

Rick Bass, “The Wild Marsh;” Alan Beattie, “False Economy;” Glenn Beck, “Glenn Beck’s Common Sense;” Beverly Browning, “Grant Writing for Dummies;” Andrew Chaikin, “Mission Control;” Pamela Compart, “The Kid-Friendly ADHD and Autism Cookbook;” Matthew Crawford, “Shop Class as Soulcraft;” Robert Cumming, “Annotated Art;” Miley Cyrus, “Miley Cyrus: Miles to Go;” Paula Deen, “Paula Deen’s the Deen Family Cookbook” Keith Ferrazzi, “Who’s Got Your Back;” Ken Foster, “Ask and You Will Succeed;” Justin Fox, “The Myth of the Rational Market;” Melissa Gilbert, “Prairie Tale;” Annette Gordon-Reed, “The Hemingses of Monticello.”

Also, Greg Grandin, “Fordlandia;” Temple Grandin, “Thinking in Pictures;” John Hale, “Lords of the Sea;” Chelsea Handler, “My Horizontal Life;” Eino Jutikkala, “A History of Finland;” Lynn Kern Koegel, “Growing Up On the Spectrum;” Nick Lane, “Life Ascending: The Ten Great Inventions of Evolution;” Michael Lewis, “Home Game;” Lisa Lillien, “Hungry Girl: 200 under 200;” Bruce Lipton, “The Biology of Belief;” George McGovern, “Abraham Lincoln;” Dick Morris, “Catastrophe;” Craig Nelson, “Rocket Men;” Norman Ollestad, “Crazy for the Storm;” P.J. O’Rourke, “Driving Like Crazy;” John Ratey, “Shadow Syndromes.”

Also, Ruth Reichl, “Not Becoming My Mother;” Bill Russell, “Red and Me;” Joe Scarborough, “The Last Best Hope;” Claire Shipman, “Womenomics;” Thomas Sowell, “The Housing Boom and Bust;” David O. Stewart, “Impeached;” Frank Stitt, “Frank Stitt’s Southern Table;” Elizabeth Strickland, “Eating For Autism;” Judy Tatelbaum, “The Courage to Grieve;” Larry Tye, “Satchel;” Harold Urschel, “Healing the Addicted Brain;” James Van Praagh, “Unfinished Business;” Robert Wagner, “Pieces of My Heart;” Tony Williams, “Hurricane of Independence;” Richard Wolfe, “Renegade;” Richard Wrangham, “Catching Fire.”

Large print

Clive Cussler, “Medusa;” James Patterson, “Swimsuit;” Jodi Picoult, “Vanishing Acts;” Nora Roberts, “Black Hills;” James Rollins, “The Doomsday Key.”

Paperback

Barbara Freethy, “Suddenly One Summer;” Heather Graham, “Dust to Dust;” Eloisa James, “This Duchess of Mine;” Joan Johnston, “Outcast;” Brenda Joyce, “Dark Rival;” Angela Knight, “Master of Dragons;” Fern Michaels, “Under the Radar;” Carla Neggars, “Betrayals;” Mary Jo Putney, “Loving a Lost Lord;” Nora Roberts, “The MacKade Brothers;” Sherryl Woods, “Harbor Lights.”

Young adult

Peter Abrahams, “Reality Check;” Libba Bray, “Vacations From Hell;” Kate Brian, “Beautiful Disaster;” Meg Cabot, “Being Nikki;” Jen Calonita, “Sleepaway Girls;” Ally Carter, “Don’t Judge a Girl by Her Cover;” Susane Colasanti, “Waiting For You;” Sarah Dessen, “Along For the Ride;” Helen Dunmore, “The Deep;” Tim Green, “Football Champ;” Jenny Han, “The Summer I Turned Pretty;” Kim Harrison, “Once Dead, Twice Shy;” Stacey Jay, “You Are So Undead to Me;” Melissa Kantor, “Girlfriend Material;” Faye Kellerman, “Prism;” Katherine Marsh, “The Twilight Prisoner;” Lauren Myracle, “Peace, Love and Baby Ducks;” Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, “Intensely Alice;” Kenneth Oppel, “Starclimber;” Robert B. Parker, “Chasing the Bear;” Sara Shepard, “Killer;” Lili St.Crow, “Strange Angels;” Cecily Von Ziegesar, “Adored;” Patricia C. Wrede, “The Thirteenth Child;” E.L. Young, “STORM: The Ghost Machine.”

Juvenile fiction

Jennifer Allison, “Gilda Joyce: The Dead Drop;” Kathi Ammelt, “The Underneath;” Emily Bearn, “Tumtum and Nutmeg;” Benedict Carey, “The Unknowns;” John Coy, “Top of the Order;” Kate Feiffer, “The Problem with the Puddles;” Alan Gratz, “The Brooklyn Nine;” Jacqueline Greene, “Changes for Rebecca;” Jacqueline Greene, “Meet Rebecca;” Jacqueline Greene, “Rebecca and the Movies;” Dan Gutman, “Return of the Homework Machine;” Dan Gutman, “The Homework Machine;” Lucy Hawking, “George’s Cosmic Treasure Hunt;” Anna Hays, “Portia’s Exclusive and Confidential Rules;” Erin Hunter, “Dark River.”

Also, Erin Hunter, “Code of the Clans;” Katy Kelly, “Melonhead;” Jacqueline Kelly, “The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate;” Gordon Korman, “Swindle;” Holly Lisle, “The Silver Door;” Lenore Look, “Alvin Ho;” Gary Paulsen, “Mudshark;” Michael Reisman, “Simon Bloom, the Octopus Effect;” Chris Riddell, “Ottoline Goes To School;” Angie Sage, “The Magykal Papers;” Dugald Steer, “The Dragon Diary;” R.L. Stine, “Escape From Horror Land;” Lauren Tarshis, “Emma-Jean Lazarus Fell In Love;” Jude Watson, “Beyond the Grave.”

Juvenile nonfiction

Buzz Aldrin, “Look to the Stars;” Necia Apfel, “Voyager to the Planets;” Dawn Casey, “The Barefoot Book of Earth Tales;” Brian Cleary, “Windows, Rings, and Grapes;” Martyn Cox, “Wildlife Gardening;” Lynn Curlee, “Trains;” Kristin Earhart, “Life-Size Zoo;” Brian Floca, “Moonshot;” Steve Jenkins, “Down, Down, Down;” Jean Marzollo, “I Spy A to Z;” Greg Mortenson, “Listen to the Wind;” Alisha Niehaus, “Fairypedia.”

Picture books

Samantha Berger, “Martha Doesn’t Say Sorry;” Carin Berger, “OK Go;” Peter Brown, “The Curious Garden;” Kelly DiPucchio, “How To Potty Train Your Monster;” Pamela Edwards, “Dinosaur Starts School;” Paul Fleischman, “The Dunderheads;” Neil Gaiman, “Crazy Hair;” Chris Gall, “Dinotrux;” Geoffrey Hayes, “Benny and Penny in the Big No-No!;” D.B. Johnson, “Henry’s Night;” Sally Lloyd-Jones, “Being a Pig is Nice;” Jonathan London, “Froggy’s Best Babysitter;” David McPhail, “Budgie and Boo;” Sandra Day O’Connor, “Finding Susie;” Jane O’Connor, “Tea Parties;” Jane O’Connor, “The Show Must Go On.”

Kenneth Oppel, “The King’s Taster;” Herman Parish, “Amelia Bedelia’s First Day of School;” Edel Rodriguez, “Sergio Saves the Game;” Amy Krouse Rosenthal, “Spoon;” Amy Krouse Rosenthal, “Yes Day!;” Amy Schwartz, “Tiny and Hercules;” Rich Torrey, “Almost;” Melanie Watt, “Scaredy Squirrel Makes a Friend;” Melanie Watt, “Scaredy Squirrel;” Melanie Watt, “Scaredy Squirrel at Night;” Melanie Watt, “Scaredy Squirrel at the Beach;” Harriet Ziefert, “No More TV, Sleepy Cat.”

Audio-CD

James Burke, “Rain Gods;” Clive Cussler, “Medusa;” Janet Evanovich, “Finger Lickin’ Fifteen;” Lisa Gardner, “The Neighbor;” Robert B. Parker, “Brimstone;” James Patterson, “Swimsuit;” Ridley Pearson, “Killer Summer;” Nora Roberts, “Black Hills;” James Rollins, “The Doomsday Key;” William Young, “The Shack.”

For more information or to reserve a title, contact the library at 743-6994 or e-mail [email protected] Home
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