PARIS — Hamlin Memorial Library has listed the following new books for October: 

Adult fiction

“Breaking the Rules,” Barbara Taylor Bradford; “The Lost Symbol,” Dan Brown; “9 Dragons,” Michael Connelly; “Between the Plums,” Janet Evanovich; “Blindman’s Bluff,” Faye Kellerman; “Evidence,” Jonathan Kellerman; “The Professional,” Robert B. Parker; “Rough Country,” John Sandford; “A Change in Altitude,” Anita Shreve; “This is Where I Leave You,” Jonathan Tropper.

Adult nonfiction

“Infinite Possibilities: the art of living your dreams,” Mike Dooley; “The Gift of an Ordinary Day,” Katrina Kenison; “True Compass,” Edward M. Kennedy; “Traveling with Pomegranates,” Sue Monk Kidd and Ann Taylor Kidd; “Maine Feldspar, Families and Feuds: Oxford County Mining History,” edited by Vandall T. King; “The Murder of King Tut,” James Patterson; “End the Fed,” Ron Paul; “Every Patient Tells a Story,” Lisa Sanders.

Juvenile fiction

“Wild Things,” Clay Carmichael; “The Magician’s Elephant,” Kate DiCamillo; “The Wyrm King,” Tony DiTerlizzi; “Syren,” Angie Sage.

Picture books

“Blue Hat, Green Hat,” Sandra Boynton; “Moo, Baa, LA LA LA!,” Sandra Boynton; “Peek-a-who?,” Nina Laden; “The Monster at the End of This Book,” by Jon Stone.


“Hero of the Rails,” “X-Men Origins: Wolverine.”

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