New Books at Calais Free Library

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• The Perfect Ghost by Linda Barnes “Delivers a delicious twist – Outstanding.” – Booklist

• Tapestry of fortunes by Elizabeth Berg “Elizabeth Berg’s gift as a storyteller lies most powerfully in her ability to find the extraordinary in the ordinary, the remarkable in the everyday.” - The Boston Globe

• Midnight at the Marble Arch by Anne Tyler “Perry has always done her historical homework on the darker elements of the British ruling class, and she has outdone herself this time.” - The Washington Times

• Don’t go by Lisa Scottoline “ Lisa Scottoline is one of the very best writers at work today. Don’t go proves it once again. This is a story that is heavily muscled, emotional, and relevant. They don’t come any better.” – Michael Connelly

• Sleight of hand by Phillip Margolin “ It takes a really good t\storyteller to put people on the edge of their seats and keep them there. Phillip Margolin does just that.” – Chicago Tribune

• Starting now by Debbie Macomber “ #1 New York Times bestselling author – Debbie Macomber – returns to Seattle’s beloved Blossom Street in this heartfelt tale of friendship, renewal, and discovering what’s truly important in life.” – Ballantine Books

• Unintended consequences by Stuart Woods “Stone Barrington finds intrigue abroad in the sensational new thriller by the New York Times – bestselling author.” – Penguin Group

• Lifetime by Liza Marklund “An excellent addition to what is becoming a classic crime fiction series.” - Crime Scraps\

• Life after life by Kate Atkinson “One of the best novels I’ve read this century.” – Gillian Flynn author of Gone Girl

• Tuesday’s gone by Nicci French “ With its smart plot, crisp prose, and a stunning final twist, this is psychological suspense at its best. Absolutely riveting.” - Booklist

• The Burgess boys by Elizabeth Strout “ Elizabeth Strout is a Pulitzer Prize –winning author from Maine. Her book: Olive Kitteridge was named one of the best books of the year by The Washington Post Book World, USA Today, People, Entertainment Weekly, and Library Journal – to name a few.”