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May Mystery Recommendations from Just Desserts

May 24, 2010 by sdc
Hey, mystery fans....looking for something good to read?
At the May Just Desserts meeting, last week, after discussing our monthly “assigned” book, we did a round robin at the table, asking attendees to share what mysteries they’d been reading lately that they felt they could recommend. Here’s a list of the novels and DVD sets that were hot in May with this mystery-savvy crowd:
So...what mysteries have you been reading that you'd recommend?

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Susan's Picks, Spring 2008

October 03, 2008 by sdc

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From a BooksTalk presentation by Eiseley Branch young adult specialist Susan at Gere Branch on February 11, 2008 and Bethany Branch on May 2, 2008. Also available as an audio podcastpodcast graphic

Garden Spells Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen

Carlisle vs. Army by Lars Anderson

Eagle Blue Eagle Blue by Michael D'Orso

The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie

Fun Home Fun Home by Alison Bechdel

Maus Maus by Art Spiegelman

Looking for JJ Looking for JJ by Anne Cassidy

Right Behind You by Gail Giles

Jane Addams: Champion of Democracy Jane Addams: Champion of Democracy by Judith Bloom Fradin and Dennis Brindell Fradin

The World at Her Fingertips The World at her Fingertips by Joan Dash

The Wednesday Wars The Wednesday Wars by Gary D. Schmidt

Touching Snow Touching Snow by M. Cindy Felin

Life as We Knew It Life as We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer

Peeps Peeps by Scott Westerfield

The New Policeman The New Policeman by Kate Thompson

Hero Hero by Perry Moore

Crank Crank by Ellen Hopkins

Tamar Tamar by Mal Peet

Farthing Farthing by Jo Walton

Dragon's Keep Dragon's Keep by Janet Lee Carey*

Eighth grade Bites Eighth Grade Bites by Heather Brewer*

*These last two books are not included in the audio podcast based on this list.

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