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Published: Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013 1:15 a.m. CDT

DIXON - Dixon Public Library, 221 S. Hennepin Ave., has added several new reading selections this month.

Fiction: “The Bones of Paris,” by Laurie King; “Mother, Mother,” by Koren Zailckas; “ A Man of His Own,” by Susan Wilson;  “Cut to the Bone,” by Jefferson Bass; “King’s Mountain,” by Sharyn McCrumb; “The Pure Gold Baby,” by  Margaret Drabble; “Loss of Innocence,” by Richard N. Patterson; “The Partner Track,” by Helen Wan; “The Signature of All Things,” by Elizabeth Gilbert; “The Lowland,” by Jumpa Lahiri; “The Spymistress,” by Jennifer Chiaverini; “Doctor Sleep,” by Stephen King; “Silencing Eve,” by Iris Johansen; “Shadows on the Nile,” by Kate Furnivall.

“Songs of Willow Frost,” by Jamie Ford; “Someone,” by Alice McDermott; “Gone,” by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge; “Spider Woman’s Daughter,” by Anne Hillerman; “Doing Hard Time,” by  Stuart Woods; “Identical,” by Scott Turow; “Who Asked You,” by Terry McMillan; “The Walking Dead: Fall of the Governor,” by Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga; “Top Down,” by Jim Lehrer; “The Book of Someday,” by Dianne Dixon; and “The Circle,” by Dave Eggers.

Mysteries: “Three Can Keep a Secret,” by Archer Mayor; “The Stranger You Know,” by Andrea Kane; “Close-Up on Murder,” by Jessica Fletcher and Donald Bain; “The October List,” by Jeffery Deaver; “Skating Under the Wire,” by Joelle Charbonneau; “Something Borrowed, Someone Dead,”  by M.C. Beaton; “Leaving Everything Most Loved,” by Jacqueline Winspear; “The Double Wedding Ring,” by Clare O’Donohue; “The Sound and the Furry,” by Spencer Quinn; “Robert B. Parker’s Damned If You Do,” by Michael Brandman; “W is for Wasted,” by Sue Grafton; “Second Watch,” by J.A. Jance; “Gilt Trip,” by Laura Childs; “Storm Front,” by John Sandford; and “Ghost Gone Wild “ by Carolyn Hart.

Christian Fiction: “Unspoken,” by Dee Henderson; “Eventide,” by Shelley S. Gray; and “The Christmas Quilt,” by Vannetta Chapman.

Science Fiction, Fantasy: “Bastion,” by Mercedes Lackey; “Styxx,” by Sherrilyn Kenyon; “The Incrementalists – Steven Coup D’Etat,” by Harry Turtledove; and “Storm Front,”

“Fool Moon,” “Grave Peril,” “Changes,” “Cold Days,” and “Ghost Story,” by Jim Butcher.

Westerns: “War Comes to the Big Bend,” by Zane Grey; “City of Rocks,” by Michael Zimmer; “Panhandle,” by Brett Cogburn; “Strike of the Mountain Man,” by William Johnstone; “Her Last Breath,” by Linda Castillo; “Can’t Stop Believing,” by Jodi Thomas; “The Good Nurse,” by Charles Graeber; “Tell Me,” by Lisa Jackson; “Red Sparrow,” by Jason Matthews; and “Miranda,” by Grace L. Hill.

Large print: “Let Me Go,” by Chelsea Cain; “The Confessions of Al Capone,” by Loren Estleman; “Deadline,” by Sandra Brown; “Sandrine’s Case,” by Thomas Cook; “Larkspur Road,” by Jill Gregory; “Thinking of You,” by Jill Mansell; “Nowhere Safe,” by Nancy Bush; “The Impossible Lives of Greta Wells,” by Andrew Greer; “Unseen,” by Karin Slaughter; “Tomorrow There Will Be Apricots,” by Jessica Soffer; and “She Rises,” by Kate Worsley.

A list of new nonfiction titles is available at the library.

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