PARIS — The Paris Public Library recently added the following books to its collection. For more information or to reserve a title, call the library at 743-6994 or e-mail [email protected]


Elizabeth Adler, “It all began in Monte Carlo”; Glenn Beck, “The Overton Window”; Aimee Bender, “The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake”; Andrew Britton, “The Exile”; Janelle Brown, “This is Where We Live”; Jim Butcher, “Blood Rites”; Meg Cabot, “Insatiable”; Lorenzo Carcaterra, “Midnight Angels”; Linda Castillo, “Pray for Silence”; Diane Chamberlain, “The Lies We Told”; Jon Clinch, “Kings of the Earth”; Catherine Coulter, “Whiplash”; Justin Cronin, “The Passage”; MaryJanice Davidson, “Undead and Unfinished”; Nelson DeMille, “The Lion”; Ivan Doig, “Work Song”; Robert Dugoni, “Bodily Harm”; Jennifer Egan, “A Visit from the Goon Squad.”

Barry Eisler, “Inside Out”; Bret Easton Ellis, “Imperial Bedrooms”; Janet Evanovich, “Sizzling Sixteen”; Dorothea Benton Frank, “Lowcountry Summer”; Alan Furst, “Spies of the Balkans”; Danielle Ganek, “The Summer We Read Gatsby”; Meg Gardiner, “The Liar’s Lullaby”; Tess Gerritsen, “Ice Cold”; Christie Golden, “Allies: Star Wars”; Allegra Goodman, “The Cookbook Collector”; Jane Green, “Promises to Keep”; David Hagberg, “The Cabal”; Elizabeth Harbison, “Thin, Rich, Pretty”; John Harvey, “Far Cry”; Elin Hilderbrand, “The Island”; Gregg Hurwitz, “They’re Watching”; Susan Isaacs, “As Husbands Go”; Joshilyn Jackson, “Backseat Saints.”

Pam Jenoff, “A Hidden Affair”; Lily King, “Father of the Rain”; Karen Kingsbury, “Take Four”; Dean Koontz, “Frankenstein: Lost Souls”; Michael Koryta, “So Cold the River”; Jon Land, “Strong Justice”; Lynda LaPlante, “Silent Scream”; Allie Larkin, “Stay”; Michael Lawson, “House Justice”; Johanna Lindsey, “That Perfect Someone”; Elizabeth Lowell, “Death Echo”; Eric Lustbader, “Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Objective”; Charles Martin, “The Mountain Between Us”; Cammie McGovern, “Neighborhood Watch”; David Mitchell, “The Thousand Autumns of Jacob De Zoet”; Bruce Murkoff, “Red Rain”; Carla Neggers, “The Whisper”; James L. Nelson, “Glory in the Name.”

David Nicholls, “One Day”; Howard Norman, “What is Left the Daughter”; Robin Oliveira, “My Name is Mary Sutter”; Carolyn Parkhurst, “The Nobodies Album”; James Patterson, “Private”; Richard North Patterson, “In the Name of Honor”; Emilie Richards, “Fortunate Harbor”; Stella Rimington, “Dead Line”; Nora Roberts, “The Search”; Scott Sigler, “Ancestor”; Karin Slaughter, “Broken”; Danielle Steel, “Family Ties”; Chevy Stevens, “Still Missing”; Robert Tanenbaum, “Betrayed”; Nancy Thayer, “Beachcombers”; Brad Thor, “Foreign Influence”; John Verdon, “Think of a Number”; Cecily Von Ziegesar, “Cum Laude”; David Weber, “Mission of Honor”; Phaedra Weldon, “Revenant”; Madeleine Wickham, “A Desirable Residence.”


Susan Wittig Albert, “The Darling Dahlias and the Cucumber Tree”; Donna Andrews, “Stork Raving Mad”; Robert Barnard, “A Stranger in the Family”; Carrie Bebris, “The Intrigue at Highbury, or, Emma’s Match”; Kyra Davis, “Vows, Vendettas & a Little Black Dress”; Carola Dunn, “A Colorful Death”; Carolyn Haines, “Bone Appetit”; Parnell Hall, “Caper”; Marshall Karp, “Cut, Paste, Kill: a Lomax & Biggs Mystery”; Julie Kramer, “Silencing Sam”; Camilla Lackberg, “The Ice Princess”; Sharyn McCrumb, “The Devil Amongst the Lawyers”; Bill Pronzini, “Betrayers”; Maggie Sefton, “Skein of the Crime”; Aimee Thurlo, “Bad Samaritan.”

Young adult

M.T. Anderson, “The Suburb Beyond the Stars”; Avi, “Crispin: The End of Time”; Holly Black, “White Cat”; Jenna Black, “Glimmerglass”; Kate Brian, “Sweet Deceit”; Jessica Brody, “The Karma Club”; Ally Carter, “Only the Good Spy Young”; Susane Colasanti, “Something like Fate”; Melissa De la Cruz, “Blue Bloods: Keys to the Repository”; Cory Doctorow, “For the Win”; Beth Fantaskey, “Jekel loves Hyde”; Kim Harrison, “Once Dead, Twice Shy”; Charles Higson, “By Royal Command: a James Bond Adventure”; Stephanie Meyer, “The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner”; Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, “Alice in Charge”; Alyson Noel, “Dark Flame”; Sara Shepard, “Wanted”; Neal Shusterman, “Everwild”; L.J. Smith, “The Forbidden Game”; Rachel Vincent, “My Soul to Keep”; Daniel Waters, “Passing Strange.”

Large print

Nelson DeMille, “The Lion”; Janet Evanovich, “Sizzling Sixteen”; Elizabeth Lowell, “Death Echo”; Steve Martini, “The Rule of Nine”; James Patterson, “Private”; Nora Roberts, “The Search”; John Sandford, “Storm Prey”; Danielle Steel, “Family Ties.”


Robyn Carr, “A Summer in Sonoma”; Robyn Carr, “The House on Olive Street”; Tessa Dare, “One Dance with a Duke”; Eileen Dreyer, “Barely a Lady”; Jane Feather, “Rushed to the Altar”; Lisa Kleypas, “Love in the Afternoon”; Stephanie Laurens, “The Brazen Bride”; Kat Martin, “Rule’s Bride”; Linda Lael Miller, “Garrett”; Julia Quinn, “Ten Things I Love About You”; Sherryl Woods, “Home in Carolina”; Sherryl Woods, “Honeysuckle Summer.”

Books on CD

Catherine Coulter, “Whiplash”; Nelson DeMille, “The Lion”; Dorothea Benton Frank, “Lowcountry Summer”; Tess Gerritsen, “Ice Cold”; John Grisham, “The King of Torts”; Elin Hilderbrand, “The Island”; Stieg Larsson, “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”; Stieg Larsson, “The Girl who Played with Fire”; Stieg Larsson, “The Girl who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest”; Johanna Lindsey, “That Perfect Someone”; Elizabeth Lowell, “Death Echo”; Steve Martini, “The Rule of Nine”; Diana Palmer, “Dangerous”; James Patterson, “Private”; Nora Roberts, “The Search”; Marilynne Robinson, “Gilead”; Nicholas Sparks, “The Wedding”; Doug Stanton, “Horse Soldiers”; Danielle Steel, “Family Ties.”


Sylvia Browne, “Psychic: My Life in Two Worlds”; Linda Greenlaw, “Seaworthy”; Thomas Chambers Hanna, “Shoutin’ into the Fog”; Jonathan Alter, “The Promise: President Obama, Year One”; Tori Spelling, “Uncharted terriTori.”


Doug Lemov, “Teach like a Champion”; Eric Jay Dolin, “Fur, Fortune and Empire: the Epic History of the Fur Trade in America”; Nicholas Carr, “The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains”; Joy Bauer, “Slim and Scrumptious”; Ben MacIntyre, “Operation Mincemeat: How a Dead Man and a Bizarre Plan Fooled the Nazis”; James Andrew Mitchell, “Finding Their Own Voices”; Jack N. Rakove, “Revolutionaries: a New History of the Invention of America”; Evan Thomas, “The War Lovers: Roosevelt, Lodge, Hearst and the Rush to Empire, 1898”; Aaron Klein, “The Manchurian President.”

Picture books

Keith Baker, “LMNO Peas”; Jacky Davis, “Ladybug Girl at the Beach”; Anna Dewdney, “Llama Llama Mad at Mama”; Anna Dewdney, “Llama Llama Red Pajamas”; Anna Dewdney, “Llama Llama Misses Mama”; John Grogan, “Marley and the Kittens”; Jane O’Connor, “Ooh La La! It’s Beauty Day”; Jane O’Connor, “The 100th Day of School”; Jane O’Connor, “Spectacular Spectacles”; Herman Parish, “Amelia Bedelia Bakes Off”; Michael Rex, “Furious George Goes Bananas”; Mark Teague, “Firehouse!”; Scott Teplin, “The Clock without a Face”; Mo Willems, “Can I Play Too?”; Mo Willems, “Time to Sleep, Sheep the Sheep.”

Children’s fiction

Kathi Appelt, “Keeper”; E.D. Baker, “Dragon’s Breath”; E.D. Baker, “The Dragon Princess”; E.D. Baker, “Dragon Kiss”; Ted Bell, “The Time Pirate”; Derek Benz, “The Brimstone Key”; Gary Blythe, “Vampireology”; Andrew Clements, “We the Children”; Andrew Clements, “Extra Credit”; Suzy Kline, “Horrible Harry Goes Cuckoo”; Gail Carson Levine, “Fairies and the Quest for Never Land”; Patricia MacLachlan, “Word After Word After Word”; Ann M. Martin, “The Baby-Sitters Club: The Summer Before”; Lauren Myracle, “Thirteen Plus One”; Linda Sue Park, “Storm Warning: 39 Clues”; Jon Scieszka, “Spaceheadz”; Donald J. Sobol, “Encyclopedia Brown, Super Detective”; R.L. Stine, “Heads, You Lose: Horrorland”; R.L. Stine, “Weirdo Halloween: Horrorland.”


“Alice in Wonderland”; “Away We Go”; “The Book of Eli”; “Dear John”; “Exordinary Measures”; “Flipper”; “From Paris with Love”; “Frost/Nixon”; “Grey Gardens”; “Idlewild”; “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus”; “Invictus”; “Linda Linda Linda”; “Man on Wire”; “My Life in Ruins”; “Nine”; “The Other Man”; “The Road”; “Shutter Island”; “The Spy Next Door”; “Stephen King’s Riding the Bullet”; “When in Rome.”

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