BALDWIN — Winter was made for warm blankets and big books. Stop by the Pathfinder Library and check out these new titles added this week.

Quote of the Week: “In the winter she curls up around a good book and dreams away the cold,” Ben Aarovovitch

Book of the week: “The Girl at the Border” by Leslie Archer (Fiction). Renowned archaeologist Richard Mathis is half a world away on the island of Crete when he learns his daughter, Bella, has gone missing. Within twenty minutes, he’s on his way back to the States. Two days later, he’s dead. Richard’s young assistant, Angela Chase, is devastated by the loss of the man who had become both mentor and friend, and she’s determined to find the missing girl, who seems to have made dangerous connections — and whose lonely childhood so resembles Angela’s own. But will the search for Bella expose Angela’s carefully disguised identity — and will she find Bella before she’s lost forever? (

New fiction: “Untouchable,” by Jayne Ann Krentz; “Past Crimes,” by Glen Erik Hamilton; “The Girl at the Border,” by Leslie Archer; “Watching You,” by Lisa Jewell; “Verses for the Dead,” by Preston and Child; “Revenge Wears Prada,” by Lauren Weisberger; “Sea of Greed,” by Clive Cussler; “Queen of Air and Darkness,” by Cassandra Clare; “Her Pretty Face,” by Robyn Harding; “Wolf Fever,” by Terry Spear; “Need to Know,” by Fern Michaels; “The Road Beyond Ruin,” by Gemma Liviero; and “Hunt Them Down,” by Simon Gervais.

New mystery: “Fixing to Die,” by Miranda James; “The New Iberia Blues,” by James Lee Burke; “Cold Dark Places,” by Kylie Bryant; “The Boy,” by Tami Hoag; “The Lies We Told,” by Camilla Way; “The Silent Wife,” by Kerry Fisher; “Damage Control,” by Robert Dugoni; and “Tell Her No Lies,” by Kelly Irwin.

New nonfiction: “The Clean Plate: eat, reset, heal,” by Gwyneth Paltrow; “Feel Better Fast and Make it Last: unlock your brain’s healing potential to overcome negativity, anxiety, anger, stress and trauma,” by Daniel G. Amen; “The First Conspiracy,” by Brad Meltzer; and “The Living Forest - a world of animals,” by Rien Poortvliet.

New large print: “Who I Am With You,” by Robin Lee Hatcher; “Something Worth Saving,” by Sandi Ward; “Blood Feud,” by Robert Parker; and “Of Blood and Bone,” by Nora Roberts.