PARIS — The Paris Public Library added the following items to its collection in October 2023. For more information, or to reserve a title, please call the Paris Public Library at 743-6994 or e-mail


V.C Andrews – Losing Spring;

Ilona Andrews – Magic Claims;

– Magic Tides;

Jennifer L. Armentrout – Fire in the Flesh;


Elena Armas – The Long Game;

Mona Awad – Rouge;

Tessa Bailey – Wreck the Halls;

Wanda E. Brunstetter – Sisters by the Sea;

Mary Burton – The House Beyond the Dunes;

James J. Butcher – Long Past Dues;


Richard Chizmar – Becoming the Boogeyman;

Lee Child & Andrew Child – The Secret;

Cassandra Clare – Sword Catcher;

Jenny Colgan – Midnight at the Christmas Bookshop;

Nelson DeMille & Alex DeMille  – Blood Lines;

Tananarive Due – The Reformatory;


Robert Dugoni – One Last Kill;

Tan Twan Eng – The House of Doors;

Janet Evanovich – Dirty Thirty;

Christine Feehan – Dark Memory;

Suzanne Woods Fisher – Lost and Found;

Shelley Shephard Gray – An Amish Cinderella;


Hannah Grace – Wildfire;

John Grisham – The Exchange;

Nicola Griffith – Menewood;

Thea Guanzon – The Hurricane Wars;

Jessie Gussman – The Cowboy’s Best Friend;

Elizabeth Hand – A Haunting on the Hill;


Alix E. Harrow – Starling House;

Mark Helprin – The Oceans and the Stars;

Abby Jimenez – The Friends Zone;

Tim Johnston – Distant Sons;

Julia Kelly – A Traitor in Whitehall;

Sophie Kinsella – The Burnout;


Jean Kwok – The Leftover Woman;

Jhumpa Lahiri – Roman Stories;

Jonathan Lethem – Brooklyn Crime Novel;

Hannah Nicole Maehrer – Assistant to the Villian;

Gregory Maguire – The Witch of Maracoor;

Kerri Maniscalco – Throne of the Fallen;


Charles Martin – The Last Exchange;

John Marrs – Keep it in the Family;

– The One;

– What Lies Between Us;

Ayana Mathis – The Unsettled;

Alice McDermott – Absolution;


Jennifer McMahon – My Darling Girl;

Linda Lael Miller – Christmas in Painted Pony Creek;

Heather Morris – Sisters Under the Rising Sun;

Julie Murphy – A Holly Jolly Ever After;

Jo Nesbo – The Night House;

Tim O’Brien – America Fantasia;


Diana Palmer – Wyoming Proud;

John Sanford – Judgement Prey;

Lucy Score – The Christmas Fix;

– Mr. Fixer Upper;

Josie Silver – A Winter in New York;

Wilbur Smith – Testament;


Danielle Steel – Second Act;

Peter Swanson – The Christmas Guest;

Raeanne Thayne – Christmas at the Shelter Inn;

Lisa Unger – Christmas Presents;

Jesmyn Ward – Let Us Descend;

Bryan Washington – Family Meal;


Susan Wiggs – The Twelve Dogs of Christmas;

Ashley Winstead – Midnight is the Darkest Hour;

Jeanette Winterson – Night Side of the River;

Stuart Woods – Obsession;

Adrienne Young – The Unmaking of June Farrow;

C Pam Zhang – Land of Milk and Honey;



Donna Andrews – Let It Crow! Let It Crow! Let It Crow!;

Allison Brook – Overdue or Die;

Rita Mae Brown – Lost & Hound;

Colleen Cambridge – Murder by Invitation Only;

Kate Carlisle – The Twelve Books of Christmas;


Robert Galbraith – The Running Grave;

Andrew Klavan – The House of Love and Death;

Mia P. Manasala – Murder and Mamon;

Alexander McCall Smith – From a Fair and Lovely Country;

Paula Munier – Home at Night;

Carlene O’Connor – Some of Us are Looking;


Spencer Quinn – Up on The Woof Top;

Deany Ray – Act It Out;

– Hot off The Press;

David Rosenfelt – Twas the Bite Before Christmas;

Jennifer L. Schiff – The Crisis Before Christmas;



Edward L. Ayers – American Visions: The United States 1800-1860;

Bret Baier – To Rescue the Constitution;

Maria Bamford – Sure, I’ll Join Your Cult: A Memoir of Mental Illness and the Quest to Belong Anywhere;

Martin Baron – Collision of Power: Trump, Bezos, and the Washington Post;

Cat Bohannon – Eve: How the Female Body Drove 200 Million Years of Human Evolution;

David Brooks – How to Know a Person: The Art of Seeing Others Deeply and Being Deeply Seen;


Jonathan Cahn – The Josiah Manifesto: The Ancient Mystery & Guide for the End Times;

Roz Chast – I Must Be Dreaming;

Helen Czerski – The Blue Machine: How The Ocean Works;

Anderson Cooper – Astor: The Rise and Fall of an American Fortune;

Linda Dittmar – Tracing Homelands: Israel, Palestine, and the Claims of Belonging;

Jill Duggar – Counting the Cost;


Ree Drummond – The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinner’s Ready! 112 Fast and Fabulous Recipes for Slightly Impatient Home Cooks;

Melissa Ethridge – Talking to My Angels;

Mary Gabriel – Madonna: A Rebel Life;

Adam Grant – Hidden Potential: The Science of Achieving Greater Things;

Bernd Heinrich – Why We Run: A Natural History;

Anna Lembke – Dopamine Nation: Finding Balance in the Age of Indulgence;


Michael Lewis – Going Infinite: The Rise and Fall of a New Tycoon;

Liza Mundy – The Sisterhood: The Secret History of Women at the CIA;

Heather Cox Richardson – Democracy Awakening: Notes on the State of America;

Robert M. Sapolsky – Determined: A Science of Life Without Free Will;

Arnold Schwarzenegger – Be Useful: Seven Tools for Life;

Jada Pinkett Smith – Worthy;


Britney Spears – The Woman In Me;

Patrick Stewart – Making It So;

David Petraeus – Conflict: The Evolution of Warfare from 1945 to Ukraine;

Carlo Rovelli – White Holes;

Kerry Washington – Thicker Than Water;

Bill Watterson – The Mysteries;

Henry Winkler – Being Henry: The Fonz… and Beyond;

Ronald C. White – On Great Fields: The Life and Unlikely Heroism of Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain.

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