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New reads at Dixon Public Library

Published: Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013 1:15 a.m. CDT

DIXON – The following books are available at Dixon Public Library, 221 S. Hennepin Ave.:

Fiction: “Inherit the Dead,” Jonathan Santlofer, editor; “The Abominable,” by Dan Simmons; “Vicious Circle,” by Wilbur Smith; “The Panopticon,” by Jenni Fagan; “Mrs. Poe,” by Lynn Cullen; “Brewster,” by Mark Slouka; “The Tilted World,” by Tom Franklin and Beth Ann Fennelly; “The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat,” by Edward Moore; “Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy,” by Helen Fielding; “How to Be a Good Wife,” by Emma Chapman; “Love Overdue,” by Pamela Morsi; “Swimming in the Moon,” by Pamela Schoenewaldt; “Fingal O’Reilly, Irish Doctor,” by Patrick Taylor; “All You Could Ask For,” by Mike

; “The Cherry Cola Book Club,” by Ashton Lee; “The Art Forger,” by B.A. Shapiro; “After Her,” by Joyce Maynard; “Sycamore Row,” by John Grisham; “The Goldfinch,” by Donna Tartt; “Winners,” by Danielle Steel; “We Are Water,” by Wally Lamb; “Accused,” by Lisa Scottoline; “The Death of Santini,” by Pat Conroy; “Fallen Women,” by Sandra Dallas; “Dark Witch,” by Nora Roberts; “The Last Alibi,” by David Ellis; “Blowback,” by Valerie Plame; “Mirage,” by Clive Cussler; “The Wolves of Midwinter,” by Anne Rice; “Falling to Earth,” by Kate Southwood; “Into the Free,” by Julie Cantrell; “Teatime for the Firefly,” by Shona Patel; “Death Overdue,” by Mary Lou Kirwin; “The Heavens Rise,” by Christopher Rice; “Dirty Love,” by Andre Dubus III; “The First of July,” by Elizabeth Speller; “Guests on Earth,” by Lee Smith; and “The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion,” by Fannie Flagg.

Mysteries: “Just One Evil Act,” by Elizabeth George; “Police,” by Jo Nesbo; “Outlaw,” by Ted Dekker; “The Litter of the Law,” by Rita Mae Brown; “Cross and Burn,” by Val McDermid; “Critical Mass,” by Sara Paretsky; “After Dead,” by Charlaine Harris; “Duck the Halls,” by Donna Andrews; “W is for Wasted,” by Sue Grafton; “Second Watch,” by J.A. Jance; and “Ask Not,” by Max Collins.

Christian Fiction: “Unlimited,” by Davis Bunn; “The Dance,” by Dan Walsh and Gary Smalley; “Katie’s Forever Promise,” by Jerry Eicher; “When Mountains Move,” by Julie Cantrell; and “Fifteen Minutes,” by Karen Kingsbury.

Science Fiction-Fantasy: “A Dance with Dragons,” by George R.R. Martin, and “The Republic of Thieves,” by Scott Lynch.

Westerns: “The Double Rider,” by Max Brand, and “War in Lincoln County,” by Dane Coolidge.

Large Print: “The Quest,” by Nelson DeMille; “The Cuckoo’s Calling,” by Robert Galbraith; “Gone,” by James Patterson; “Requiem Mass,” by Elizabeth Corley; “Never Go Back,” by Lee Child; “Police,” by Jo Nesbo; “Loss of Innocence,” by Richard North Patterson; “The Guest House,” by Erika Marks; “Deceived,” by Randy W. White; “The Rosie Project,” by Graeme Simsion; “Bridge to Happiness,” by Jill Barnett; and “Rasputin’s Shadow,” by Raymond Khoury.

The Library Book Group will read “Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?”, by Jeanette Winterson, in November.

Go to or the new books list at the library to see the new nonfiction titles.

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