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New selections on shelves

Published: Saturday, April 20, 2013 1:15 a.m. CST

DIXON – “Clara and Mr. Tiffany,” by Susan Vreeland, has been selected as Dixon Public Library’s Library Book Discussion Group April reading selection.

New books at the library, 221 S. Hennepin Ave., are:

Fiction: “The Striker: Isaac Bell No. 6,” by Clive Cussler and Justin Scott; “Damascus Countdown,” by Joel C. Rosenberg; “The Truth About Love and Lightning,” by Susan McBride; “Light of Day,” by Jamie Saul; “Philida,” by Andre Brink; “Gallows View: Inspector Banks No. 1,” by Peter Robinson; “Mary Coin,” by Marisa Silver; “Calling Me Home,” by Julie Kibler (also in large print); “Benediction,” by Kent Haruf.

“The Accused,” by Joyce Carol Oates; “The Obituary Writer,” by Ann Hood; “The Carriage House,” by Louisa Hall; “Wash,” by Margaret Wrinkle; “Breaking Point: Joe Pickett No. 13,” by C.J. Box; “Walking Back to Happiness,” by Lucy Dillon; “Firefly Island,” by Lisa Wingate; “Ordinary Grace,” by William Kent Krueger; “The Dinner,” by Herman Koch.

“Six Years,” by Harlan Coben; “The Burgess Boys,” by Elizabeth Strout; “Family Pictures,” by Jane Green; “Life After Life,” by Kate Atkinson; “Life After Life,” by Jill McCorkle; “The Smart One,” by Jennifer Close; “Starting Now: Blossom Street No. 9,” by Debbie Macomber; “Guilt: Alex Delaware No. 28,” by Jonathan Kellerman; and “No Way Back,” by Andrew Gross.

Mysteries: “Sweet Tea Revenge: Tea Shop Mysteries No. 14,” by Laura Childs; “A Dying Fall: Ruth Galloway No. 5,” by Elly Griffiths; “Hit Me: Keller No. 5,” by Lawrence Block (large print); “The Sound of Broken Glass: Duncan Kincaid-Gemma James No. 15,” by Deborah Crombie; “Night Moves: Doc Ford No. 20,” by Randy Wayne White; “Bad Blood: Kate Shugak No. 20,” by Dana Stabenow.

“The Girl in the Green Raincoat: Tess Monaghan No. 11,” by Laura Lippman; “The Golden Egg: Guido Brunetti No. 22,” by Donna Leon; “Widow’s Tears: China Bayles No. 21,” by Susan Albert; “A Matter of Trust: Mia Quinn No. 1,” by Lis Wiehl.

“Murder, She Wrote: Prescription for Murder,” by Jessica Fletcher and Donald Bain; “Death of Yesterday: Hamish Macbeth No. 28,” by M.C. Beaton (large print); and “Ready to Die: Selena Alvarez/Regan Pescoli No. 5,” by Lisa Jackson.

Christian Fiction: “A Place to Belong: Wild West Wind No. 3,” by Lauraine Snelling; “The Winnowing Season: Amish Vines and Orchards No. 2,” by Cindy Woodsmall.

“Katie’s Journey to Love: Emma Raber’s Daughter No. 2,” by Jerry Eicher; “The Guardian: Home to Hickory Hollow No. 3,” by Beverly Lewis; and “Missing Your Smile: Fields of Home No. 1,” and “Following Your Heart: Fields of Home No. 2,” both by Jerry Eicher (large print).

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