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Reading material hits shelves

Published: Saturday, March 1, 2014 1:15 a.m. CST

DIXON – New books have arrived at Dixon Public Library, 221 S. Hennepin Ave.

Fiction: “After I’m Gone,” by Laura Lippman; “Leaving Haven,” by Kathleen McCleary; “The Wily O’Reilly,” by Patrick Taylor; “Cell,” by Robin Cook; “The Deepest Secret,” by Carla Buckley; “Confessions of a Wild Child,” by Jackie Collins; “I Shall Be Near to You,” by Eric McCabe; “Do or Die,” by Suzanna Brockmann; “Carthage,” by Joyce C. Oates; “Ripper,” by Isabel Allende; “The Luminaries,” by Eleanor Catton; “Hostage,” by Kay Hooper; “Long Live the King” and “Habits of the House,” both by Fay Weldon; “Then We Take Berlin,” by John Lawton; “The Last Enchantments,” by Charles Finch; “The Orphan Choir,” by Sophie Hannah; “Forget Me Not” and “Kiss and Tell,” both by Fern Michaels; “Private L.A.,” by James Patterson with Mark Sullivan; “Killer,” by Jonathan Kellerman; “The Counterfeit Agent,” by Alex Berenson; “The Good Luck of Right Now,” by Matthew Quick; “The Winter People,” by Jennifer McMahon; “Orfeo,” by Richard Powers; “Mrs. Lincoln’s Rival,” by Jennifer Chiaverini; “The Wishing Hill,” by Holly Robinson; “While Beauty Slept,” by Elizabeth Blackwell; and “Motherland,” by Maria Hummel.

Mysteries: “No Man’s Nightingale,” by Ruth Rendell; “Three Can Keep a Secret,” by Archer Mayor; “The Pawnbroker,” by David and Aimee Thurlo; “Cockroaches,” by Jo Nesbo; “Concealed in Death,” by J.D. Robb; “Moving Target,” by J.A. Jance; and “Blackberry Pie Murder,” by Joanne Fluke.

Christian fiction: “The Headmistress of Rosemere,” by Sarah Ladd; “A Sky Without Stars,” by Linda Clare; “Hopeful,” by Shelley S. Gray; “Minding Molly,” by Leslie Gould; “Rachel,” by Jill Smith; and “Traces of Mercy,” by Michael Landon Jr. and Cindy Kelley.

Westerns: “Guns in Sage Valley,” by Wayne Overholser; “The Water Hole,” by Zane Grey; and “A Congregation of Jackals,” by S. Craig Zahler.

Science fiction-fantasy: “A Darkling Sea,” by James Cambias, and “Like a Mighty Army,” by David Weber.

Large print: “Mrs. Poe,” by Lynn Cullen; “Nowhere Near Respectable” and “No Longer a Gentleman,” both by Mary Jo Putney; “The Bride Wore Size 12,” by Meg Cabot; “Tatiana,” by Martin C. Smith; “In the Blood,” by Lisa Unger; “The Spring of Valor,” by Fred Grove; “The Mason Jar,” by James Lingerfelt; “Bertie Plays the Blues,” by Alexander M. Smith; “Christmas in Snowflake Canyon,” by Rae Anne Thayne; “Sage Creek,” by Jill Gregory; “One, Two, Buckle My Shoe” and “A Pocket Full of Rye,” both by Agatha Christie; “Heirs of the Body,” by Carola Dunn; “The Edge of Normal,” by Carla Norton; and “The Maid’s Version,” by Daniel Woodrell.

The book group selection for March is “Still Alice,” by Lisa Genova.

Visit www.dixonpubliclibrary.org or stop at the library for the list of new nonfiction titles.

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