New books available at Tucumcari library

Fiction
No Place Like Home by Mary Higgins Clark. A woman who is trying to conceal her past becomes the target of a killer.
The Mermaid Chair by Sue Monk Kidd. A married woman is strongly attracted to a monk who is just months away from taking his final vows.
The Year Of Pleasures by Elizabeth Berg. A recently widowed woman moves to the Midwest in search of a new life.
Miss Julia’s School Of Beauty by Ann B. Ross.  Hazel Marie is organizing a beauty pageant and enlists Miss Julia’s help in teaching the contestants etiquette and poise.
The Dangerous Husband by Jane Shapiro.  A comedy about a photographer married to a man whose bizarre, relentless clumsiness goes out of control.
Somewhere South Of Here by William Kowalski.  Orphaned as a baby, Billy travels to New Mexico in search of his mother.
 
Non-fiction
My Life So Far by Jane Fonda.  The autobiography of the Academy Award winning actress, antiwar activist and fitness guru.
Memory and Identity by John Paul II.  Commentary by the late pope, focusing on democracy and patriotism, history and current affairs.
Idiot by Johnny Damon.  The Red Sox center fielder remembers his early years and tells what it was like to help bring an end to the Curse of the Bambino.
The 3-Hour Diet by Jorge Cruz.  America’s number one online weight-loss specialist offers a revolutionary new diet book with proven results.
Memorial
Hop To It!: A Scholastic Easter Treasury.  Presented in memory of Trish Cawthon Harvey by R. Kelly McFarland, C.P.A., P.C.