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

Susan Wittig Albert, “Cat’s Claw;” Nancy Atherton, “Aunt Dimity and the Village Witch;” Donald Bain and Jessic Fletcher, “Trouble at High Tide;” M.C. Beaton, “Death of a Kingfisher;” Rhys Bowen, “Hush Now, Don’t You Cry;” C.J. Box, “Force of Nature;” Rita Mae Brown, “The Big Cat Nap.”

Also, Laura Childs, “Agony of the Leaves;” Carol Higgins Clark, “Gypped;” Mary Higgins Clark, “The Lost Years;” Robert Crais, “Taken;” Deborah Crombie, “No Mark Upon Her;” Joanne Fluke, “Cinnamon Roll Murder;” Christopher Fowler, “The Memory of Blood;” Sarah Graves, “Dead Level;” Jane Haddam, “Blood in the Water.”

Also, Parnell Hall, “$10,000 in Small, Unmarked Puzzles;” C.S. Harris, “When Maidens Mourn;” Carolyn Hart, “Death Comes Silently;” Mo Hayder, “Hanging Hill;” Joan Hess, “Deader Homes and Gardens;” J.A. Jance, “Left for Dead;” Camilla Lackberg, “The Stonecutter;” Donna Leon, “Beastly Things;” Alexander McCall Smith, “The Limpopo Academy of Private Detection.”

Also, G.A. McKevell, “Buried in Buttercream;” Walter Mosley, “All I Did was Shoot My Man;” Katherine Page, “The Body in the Boudoir;” Michael Palmer, “Oath of Office;” Matthew Pearl, “The Technologists;” Anne Perry, “Dorchester Terrace;” Imogen Robertson, “Anatomy of Murder.”

Also, Peter Robinson, “Before the Poison;” David Rosenfelt, “Heart of a Killer;” Dana Stabenow, “Restless in the Grave;” Olen Steinhauer, “An American Spy;” Kate White, “So Pretty It Hurts;” Jacqueline Winspear, “Elegy for Eddie.”

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


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