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Favorite 2018 mysteries return with new stories

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/favorite-2018-mysteries-return-new-stories
There’s bound to be a great pleasure in playing catch-up with the recommended “best books” of the previous year. That’s even more true when a handful of those books are mysteries. The trade magazine, Library Journal,  recently named its 2018 favorites in the December issue, and we’ve compiled three...

Historical fiction blends into female detective novels

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/historical-fiction-blends-female-detective-novels
Although Women's History Month is in March, you can still vicariously experience that spirit though the work of fictional female detectives. To successfully solve mysteries and crimes is noteworthy for anyone and these women navigate down avenues traditionally held by men. Three current series fit ...

It’s Either Tracking Killers or Tracking Birds in this Detective Series

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/it%E2%80%99s-either-tracking-killers-or-tracking-birds-detective-series
Spring is officially here and with expectant outdoor activities and one mystery series appears to catch and apply it as its major theme: birdwatching.  That is, the new series features a central character who is an avid birdwatcher.  Domenic Jejeune, a newly promoted police inspector is assigned to...

Spring is a season of new mysteries

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/spring-season-new-mysteries
Anyone looking for new mysteries this spring can find good options in the Library catalog. This includes the next title in the long-running, private-detective Ali Reynolds series and the last book of the Inspector Tao Yun Shan novels. Here are those titles and a few others to consider: The A List:...