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


Cecilia Ahern, “The Book of Tomorrow;” Eleanor Brown, “The Weird Sisters;” Elizabeth Buchan, “Separate Beds;” T. Davis Bunn, “The Damascus Way;” Stephen Coonts, “Deep Black;” Robert Crais, “The Sentry;” Ted Dekker, “Immanuel’s Veins;” Tim Dorsey, “Electric Barracuda;” Katie Fforde, “Love Letters;” Howard Gordon, “Gideon’s War;” Heather Gudenkauf, “These Things Hidden;” Alice Hoffman, “The Red Garden.”

Also, Lisa Jackson, “Wicked Lies;” Joan Johnston, “Hawk’s Way Grooms;” Erin Kelly, “The Poison Tree;” Dorothy Koomson, “Goodnight, Beautiful;” Michael Koryta, “The Cypress House;” Laura Lippman, “The Girl in the Green Raincoat;” Brad Meltzer, “The Inner Circle;” Karen Marie Moning, “Shadowfever.”

Also, T. Jefferson Parker, “The Border Lords;” James Patterson, “Tick Tock;” Ralph Peters, “The Officers’ Club;” Susan Elizabeth Phillips, “Call Me Irresistible;” Charles Portis, “True Grit;” Michelle Rowan, “Primal;” Jennifer Rardin, “Bitten to Death: a Jaz Parks novel;” Deborah Rodriguez, “A Cup of Friendship.”

Also, Jed Rubenfeld, “The Death Instinct;” Lynn Schnurnberger, “The Best Laid Plans;” Colm Toibin, “The Empty Family: stories;” Susan Vreeland, “Clara and Mr. Tiffany;” Lori Wick, “The Pursuit;” Kate Wilhelm, “Heaven is High;” Lauren Willig, “The Orchid Affair;” Stuart Woods, “Strategic Moves.”


Maggie Barbieri, “Third Degree;” Blaize Clement, “Cat Sitter Among the Pigeons: a Dixie Hemingway mystery;” Barbara D’Amato, “Other Eyes;” Parnell Hall, “The KenKen Killings;” Mo Hayder, “Gone;” Steve Hockensmith, “World’s Greatest Sleuth.”

Also, Judith A. Jance, “Fatal Error;” G.A. McKevett, “A Decadent Way to Die: a Savannah Reid mystery;” Tamar Myers, “The Headhunter’s Daughter;” Jill Paton Walsh, “The Attenbury Emeralds;” C.J. Sansom, “Heartstone;” Dana Stabenow, “Though Not Dead.”


Victoria Alexander, “The Perfect Mistress;” Mary Balogh, “Dark Angel: Lord Carew’s Bride;” Alice Borchardt, “Night of the Wolf;” Alice Borchardt, “The Silver Wolf;” Dale Brown, “Black Wolf: a Dreamland Thriller;” Robyn Carr, “Wild Man Creek;” Janet Chapman, “Dragon Warrior;” Laura Childs, “Keepsake Crimes.”

Also, Janet Dailey, “Santa in a Stetson;” Janet Dailey, “Mistletoe and Holly;” Jude Deveraux, “The Scent of Jasmine;” Christine Feehan, “Dark Destiny;” Carolyn Haines, “Hallowed Bones,” Joan Hess, “Strangled Prose;” Elizabeth Hoyt, “Notorious Pleasures.”

Also, Sabrina Jeffries, “How to Woo a Reluctant Lady;” Johanna Lindsey, “Brave the Wild Wind;” Susan Mallery, “The Best of Friends;” Kat Martin, “Against the Fire;” Kat Martin, “Against the Wind;” Diana Palmer, “Will of Steel;” Sharon Sala, “ Blood Stains;” Lynsay Sands, “The Countess.”

Large print

Kim Edwards, “The Lake of Dreams;” W.E.B. Griffin, “The Outlaws;” Jack Higgins, “The Judas Gate;” Alice Hoffman, “The Red Garden;” Jon Katz, “Rose in a Storm;” Nicole Krauss, “Great House;” Jayne Ann Krentz, “In Too Deep;” John T. Lescroart, “Damage;” James Patterson, “Tick Tock;” Susan Elizabeth Phillips, “Call Me Irresistible.”

Young adult

Paolo Bacigalupi, “Ship Breaker;” Paolo Bacigalupi, “The Windup Girl;” Herbie Brennan, “The Faeman Quest;” Kate Brian, “The Book of Spells;” Alexandra Bullen, “Wishful Thinking;” Meg Cabot, “Vanished/books 1&2;” Meg Cabot, “Vanished/books 3&4;” Orson Scott Card, Pathfinder.”

Also, Cynthia Hand, “Unearthly;” Justina Che Headley, “North of Beautiful;” Frewin Jones, “The Charmed Return;” Amy Goldman Koss, “The Girls;” Jonathan Maberry, “Rot & Ruin;” Melissa Marr, “Wicked Lovely;” Lauren Oliver, “Delirium;” Beth Revis, “Across the Universe;” Rachel Vincent, “My Soul to Steal.”


Glenn Beck, “The 7: Seven Wonders that Will Change;” Peter L. Bergen, “The Longest War: the enduring conflict between America and al-Qaeda;” Betsy Brown Braun, “You’re Not the Boss of Me;” Susan Breier, “It’s A Wrap: Sewing Fabric Purses, Baskets and Bowls;” Bill Bryson, “Bill Bryson’s African Diary;” Stephen Budiansky, “Perilous Fight : America’s Intrepid War with Britain on the High Seas, 1812-1815.”

Also, David Camp, “Native American Art and Folklore: a Cultural Celebration;” Deanna F. Cook, “Family Cookbook;” Kathy Freston, “Veganist;” George Friedman, “The Next Decade: Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going;” Daniel C. Goldie, “The Investment Answer;” Brian Greene, “The Hidden Reality;” Steve Harvey, “Straight Talk, No Chaser;” James D. Hornfischer, “Neptune’s Inferno: the U.S. Navy at Guadalcanal.”

Also, Adolph Hungry-Wolf, “Shadows of the Buffalo: a Family Odyssey among the Indians;” Ruth Davis Konigsberg, “The Truth about Grief;” Jill Lepore, “The Whites of Their Eyes : the Tea Party’s Revolution and the Battle over American History;” Pat Mannochia, “Anatomy of Strength Training;” Clinton Ober, “Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever?.”

Also, Jessica Seinfeld, “Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Foods;” Jessica Seinfeld, “Double Delicious: Good, Simple Food for Busy, Complicated Lives;” David Hurst Thomas, “The Native Americans: an Illustrated History;” Bill Wahlberg, “Star Warrior;” “Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook;” Dorothy Clarke Wilson, “The Big-Little World of Doc Pritham.”


Joan Dye Gussow, “Growing Older: a Chronicle of Death, Life and Vegetables;” Mark Twain, “Autobiography of Mark Twain.”

Maine section

Jeffrey A. Georgiady, “Prehistoric Lithic Types of New England;” Diane Barnes, “Lake Region;” Diane Barnes, “Upper Saco River Valley;” Diane Barnes, “The Sebago Lake Area;” Jack Barnes, “Sebago Lake, West Shore;” Nettie Cummin Maxim, “Maine Life at the Turn of the Century through the Photographs of Nettie Cummings Maxim;” Philmore B. Wass, “Lighthouse in my Life;” Steven R. Pinkham, “Mountains of Maine.”

Audio CDs

Robert Crais, “The Sentry: a Joe Pike Novel;” Alice Hoffman, “The Red Garden;” Judith A. Jance, “Fatal Error: a Novel;” James Patterson, “Tick Tock;” Susan Wiggs, “Marrying Daisy Bellamy;” Sherryl Woods, “Chesapeake Shores Christmas;” Stuart Woods, “Strategic Moves.”


“The American;” “Dinner for Schmucks.”

For more information or to reserve a title, contact the library by calling 743-6994 or e-mailing [email protected] Home delivery of materials is also available.

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