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New books arrive at Dixon library

Published: Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014 1:15 a.m. CST

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

Fiction: "Return to Tradd Street," by Karen White; "Standup Guy," by Stuart Woods; "Fear Nothing," by Lisa Gardner; "Going Dark," by James Hall; "Red 1-2-3," by John Katzenbach; "On Such a Full Sea," by Chang-Rae Lee; "In the Blood," by Lisa Unger; "The Invention of Wings," by Sue M. Kidd; "The Bourne Retribution," by Eric V. Lustbader; "Radiance of Tomorrow," by Ishmael Beah; "Andrew’s Brain," by E.L. Doctorow; "Starter House," by Sonja Condit; "Farmer’s Almanac," by Chris Fink; "Still Life with Bread Crumbs," by Anna Quindlen; "The Pagan Lord," by Bernard Cornwell; "Alena," by Rachel Pastan; "Worthy Brown’s Daughter," by Phillip Margolin; "A Star for Mrs. Blake," by April Smith; "Under the Wide and Starry Sky," by Nancy Horan; and "Lydia’s Party," by Margaret Hawkins.

Mysteries: "Murder as a Second Language," by Joan Hess; "The Wall of All Fish," by Martha Grimes; "Eggs in a Casket," by Laura Childs; "Cold Snap," by Allison Brennan (large print); "In the Moors," by Nina Milton; "Mr. Monk Gets on Board," by Hy Conrad; "That Old Black Magic," by Mary Jane Clark; "Through the Evil Days," by Julia Spencer-Fleming; "Snapshot," by Lis Wiehl; "Saints of the Shadow Bible," by Ian Rankin; and "Hunting Shadows," by Charles Todd.

Christian fiction: "Once Upon a Winter’s Heart," by Melody Carlson; "All Things Hidden," by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse; "The Dancing Master," by Julie Klassen; "No One to Trust," by Lynette Eason; "A Time to Laugh," by Wanda Brunstetter; "Scraps of Evidence," by Barbara Cameron; "A Lineage of Grace," by Francine Rivers; and "A Promise Kept," by Robin L. Hatcher.

Westerns: "Bull River," by Robert Knott (large print).

Science fiction/fantasy: "Revolution," by Mercedes Lackey, and "Dark Bites," by Sherrilyn Kenyon.

Large print: "Dexter’s Final Cut," by Jeff Lindsay; "The Prince of Risk," by Christopher Reich; "Promise Me Texas," by Jodi Thomas; "Bellman & Black," by Diane Setterfield; and "Blackbird Lake," by Jill Gregory.

The book group selection for February is "A Week in Winter," by Maeve Binchy.

Visit www.dixonpubliclibrary.org or the new books list at the library for the new nonfiction titles. For more information, call 815-284-7261.

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