New Fiction 5/10

  • Fire Is Your Water by Jim Minick
  • 16th Seduction by James Patterson
  • What the Dead Leave Behind by Rosemary Simpson
  • Feast of Sorrow by Crystal King
  • A Single Spy by William Christie
  • Against All Odds by Danielle Steel
  • The Broken Road by Richard Paul Evans
  • Home to Paradise by Barbara Cameron
  • Fool Me Once by Steve Hockensmith
  • I Found You by Lisa Jewell
  • The Nightingale Won’t Let You Sleep by Steven Heighton
  • The Blood Mirror by Brent Weeks
  • Life After by Katie Ganshert
  • Witches, Princesses, and Women at Arms by Sacchi Green
  • Moving Target by Lynette Eason
  • Wings of the Wind by Connilyn Cossette
  • Sorrow Road by Julia Keller
  • Prose and Cons by Amanda Flower
  • Crimson Death by Laurell Hamilton
  • The Garden of Small Beginnings by Abbi Waxman
  • Miss Burma by Charmaine Craig
  • The Leavers by Lisa Ko
  • Hadriana in All My Dreams by René Depreste
  • Power Game by Christine Feehan
  • The Homestead by Linda Byler
  • The Nights the Lights Went Out by Karen White
  • Miss You by Kate Eberlen
  • Death’s End by Cixin Liu
  • Skitter by Ezekiel Boone
  • When Tides Turn by Sarah Sundin
  • Marathon by Brian Freeman
  • Deep Extraction by Diann Mills
  • Love and Death in Burgundy by Susan Shea
  • Bear Town by Fredrik Backman
  • Anything is Possible by Elizabeth Strout
  • Murderous Mayhem at Honeychurch Hall by Hannah Dennison
  • Heart of Stone by James Ziskin
  • The Girl Who Knew Too Much by Amanda Quick
  • Testimony by Scott Turow
  • How to Be Human by Paula Cocozza
  • Threads of Suspicion by Dee Henderson
  • Murder is No Accident by A.H. Gabhart
  • The Devoted by Suzanne Fisher
  • Pursued by Lisa Harris
  • Some Rise By Sin by Philip Caputo
  • Into the Water by Paula Hawkins
  • The White Feather Murders by Rachel McMillan
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Sponsor a Book at APL

Your family can invest in your library and the future of your community with our new Sponsor-a-Book program.  Look for the notebook in the Children’s section of the library and pick a book that appeals to your family.  Your name will be added to the book on a special bookplate.

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Here’s how it works:

  1. Choose a new children’s book title from our list.
  2. Fill out the form and take it to the circulation desk.
  3. You’ll keep the bottom half of the form as a reminder of your donation.  Turn in the top half so the library can purchase the book.
  4. When the book arrives, you’ll get it first.  After you share it with your family, it will be added to the children’s book collection!

There will be new books to pick from every month, so be sure to check back often.

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Check Out Our Party Board Games

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Need a game for your party or just for hanging out with a group of friends?  We’ve got you covered with our fun and funny party games.  Check them out for a week, one game per card, no renewals.

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And don’t forget, Andover Public Library will begin circulating video games on Saturday, November 19.  We will also be adding to our popular board game collection.  In the meantime, we are accepting donations of games of all types (board games, card games, video games, etc) to add to our collection, so clean out your closets and cabinets and share those dusty boxes of games that you never play!  We will also have a Game-Swap in our genealogy room from the 16th through 19th of November; bring old games to trade for new-to-you games.

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