|April 2, 2014||Posted by Sherry Lambert under Mystery, Non-fiction|
In 1878, numerous unexplained occurrences happened to Esther Cox. Were these strange events the result of paranormal activity, witchcraft or an altered mental health state?
|October 27, 2013||Posted by Darlene Tobin under Action, Fantasy, Mystery, Young Adult|
For the protection of her pack, Bryn has to be sure that the rabid werewolf on the loose is not her former friend.
|September 30, 2013||Posted by Christa McGrath under Mystery, Suspense, Young Adult|
A race against good and evil! The characters are bought together as a haunted barn meets its due fate.
|July 27, 2013||Posted by Andrea Scott under Action, Adventure, Mystery, Young Readers|
Told and illustrated by eight-year old Timmy Failure and chronicles his adventures as a detective!
|May 28, 2013||Posted by Milagros Sanchez under Adventure, History, Mystery, Science Fiction|
Nicola Marter has the psychic gift of being able to touch an object and look into the past lives of people who have owned it. Kearsley’s “The Firebird” is a wonderful and entertaining adventure through both past and present Europe and Russia.
|May 27, 2013||Posted by Christa McGrath under Crime, Fiction, Mystery, Thriller|
A suspenseful, thrilling, and perhaps grisly story set in the Adirondack Mountains. A group of women hurry to find their missing friends before they make the news as the next in a series of murders.
|March 26, 2013||Posted by Christa McGrath under Crime, History, Medicine, Mystery, Non-fiction|
Do you have an inquiring mind? Or, perhaps, a curious nature? “Bones Never Lie” is a book of true crime stories of long-dead historical victims whose demise may be considered a mysterious one.
|January 19, 2013||Posted by Christa McGrath under Family Saga, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Literature, Mystery, Suspense, Uncategorized|
An all-engrossing storyline full of mystery, deception, passion, and suspense. Readers will be stunned by the events that finally unfold.
|October 1, 2012||Posted by Andrea Scott under Mystery, Young Adult|
The Silence of Murder is the story of a sister who would do anything for her brother. A brother who is accused of murder. A brother who hasn’t spoken a word in 12 years. This is a story of love and hope.
|August 12, 2011||Posted by Christa McGrath under Fiction, Historical Fiction, Mystery|
An old English estate, a shoebox, and a couple of broken hearts might sound like rather mundane terms on their own, but combined can provide the setting to a mysterious and intriguing tale of romance, secrets, and betrayal.
The Man Who Loved Books Too Much—The True Story of a Thief, a Detective, and a World of Literary Obsession by Allison Hoover Bartlett
|December 3, 2010||Posted by Betty Gelean under Mystery, Non-fiction|
Allison Hoover Bartlett has written a remarkable piece on this true story of the “World of Literary Obsession.” The research is deep and personal; the reader becomes involved in the research through her words. This is her story almost as much as John Gilkey’s, the book thief she is writing about.