DIXFIELD — New arrivals for February have been announced at Ludden Memorial Library.

Adult fiction

“The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion,” Flagg; “The Luminaries,” Catton; “This Dark Road to Mercy,” Cash; “The Counterfeit Agent,” Berenson; “Desperate and Deceptive,” Castle; “With Autumn’s Return,” Cabot; “The Unwelcomed Child,” Andrews.

“A Serpent’s Tooth,” Johnson; “Carthage,” Oates; “Private L. A.,” Patterson; “Still Life with Break Crumbs,” Quindlen; “Hopeful,” Gray; “Susanna’s Dream,” Perry; “Sinister and Fatal,” Castle; “Leaving Heaven,” McCleary.

“Downeast Ledge,” Gilliland; “Spirit of Steamboat,” Johnson; “The Bear,” Cameron; “Killer,” Kellerman; “Concealed in Death,” Robb; “The Winter People,” McMahon; “After I’m Gone,” Lippman; “I Shall Be Near to You,” McCabe; “The Chasse,” Evanovich; “Death of a Policeman,” Beaton; “Where Courage Calls,” Oke; “Wildwood Creek,” Wingate.

Adult nonfiction

“Chicken Coops: 45 Building Ideas for Housing Your Flock,” Pangman; “Amalfi Coast with Naples, Capri & Pompeii,” Murphy; “Lady Catherine, the Earl and the Real Downton Abbey”; “Orange is the New Black,” Kerman; “The Beatles: Six Days that Changed the World.”

Adult large print fiction

“Derailed,” Jackson; “All Things Hidden,” Peterson; “A Simple Change,” Miller; “No Escape,” Burton; “The Summer Everything Changed,” Chamberlin; “I, Saul,” Jenkins; “The Invention of Wings,” Kidd.

“The Prince of Risk,” Reich; “The Apple Orchard,” Wiggs; “Blackbird Lake,” Gregory; “Code Name: Johnny Walker,” Walker; “Long Live the King,” Weldon; “Killer Poker,” Johnstone; “The Wishing Hill,” Robinson.

Juvenile fiction

“Squirrels on Skis,” Ray; “Mr. Wuffles,” Wiesner; “Fraidy Zoo,” Heder; “Baby Bear,” Nelson; “The Rain Dragon Rescue,” Selfors; “Moonkind,” Prineas; “The Mitten,” Brett; “Once upon a Memory,” Laden; “A Puppy Tale,” Harimann.

“Extreme Stunts,” Landers; “Junkyard,” Austin; “Crash into You,” McGarry; “Bob and Larry in the Case of the Messy Sleepover,” Poth; “The Nowhere Box,” Zuppardi; “How to Hide a Lion,” Stephens; “Independent Study,” Charbonneau; “Headin’ North,” Caverly; “The Mind Readers,” Brighton; “Faster! Faster!,” Patricelli; “Fortunately, the Milkk,” Gaiman.

Juvenile nonfiction

“Ski Tips for Kids: Fun Instructional Techniques with Cartoons,” Clelland; “The Big Book of Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids: A 3-in-1 Collection,” Elliott; “Eli Manning: Football Superstar,” Scheff; “Grace, God & Glory,” Douglas.

“Knitting for Children,” Montgomerie; “The Green Ninja,” West; “Baby Penguins Love Their Mama,” Guion; “Henny,” Stanton.

Graphic novels

“Cemetery Girl,” Harris; “The Transformers: Monstrosity,” Metzen; “Jurassic Park: The Miracle of Cloning, Vol. 2,” Simonson; “The Legend Begins,” King; “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” Riggs; “Knight Errant: Aflame, Vol. 1,” Miller; “Knight Errant: Deluge, Vol. 2,” Miller; “The Fastest Train in the West,” Stilton.

Juvenile paperbacks

“Emily’s Lovely Idea,” Barkley; “Splat the Cat, Oopsie-Daisy,” Bright.

Audio CDs

“Home to Seaview Key,” Woods; “Blindsided,” Michaels; “Worthy Brown’s Daughter,” Margolin; “The Long Walk Home,” North; “The Shotgun Rule,” Huston; “The Headmistress of Rosemere,” Ladd; “The Museum of Extraordinary Things,” Hoffman.

“Private L.A.,” Patterson; “Still Life with Bread Crumbs,” Quindlen; “Secrets of the Lost Summer,” Neggers; “Thunder in the Morning Calm,” Brown; “Lion Plays Rough,” Smith; “The 13th Tribe,” Liparulo.


“Enough Said”; “Dr. Quinn, Season 6”; “Captain Phillips”; “The Butler”; “Downton Abbey, Season 4”; “Franklin’s Valentines”; “Hurray! It’s Valentine’s Day!”; “Tad the Lost Explorer”; “Dolores Claiborne”; “Touched By An Angel, 4th Season, Vols. 1 & 2”; “Centennial.”

Adult paperbacks

“Wild Child,” O’Keefe; “Upon A Winter’s Night,” Harper; “Longarm and the Lying Ladies,” Evans; “Darkness Splintered,” Arthur; “Handful of Sky,” Cates; “Heart of Stone,” Warren; “A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing,” Johnston.

“Black Ransom,” Wallace; “Prodigal Son,” Mallery; “The Christmas Cookie Collection,” Wilde; “Blindsided,” Michaels; “Home of the Braised,” Hyzy; “Boots Under Her Bed,” Thomas.

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