Conspiracies: fact or fiction? Some are believable, others stretch the outer limits of credulity. Which are which? You, the reader, decide.
Conspiracy theories by edited by Paul McCaffrey
The new hate: a history of fear and loathing on the populist right by Arthur Goldwag
63 documents the government doesn't want you to read by Jesse Ventura, with Dick Russ
Secret societies [videodisc]: the dark mysteries of power revealed by produced by Content Inc. and Imagen Satelital/Infinito Channel
Historical mysteries let the reader be picked up and be transported to different times and places. A good story is a painless way to get into the period, and, if it features a unsolved crime or two, gives a look at history’s darker underside.
As if by magic by Dolores Gordon-Smith
Everybody kills somebody sometime by Robert J. Randisi
The reeve's tale by Margaret Frazer
Blood alone by James R. Benn
India Black by Carol K.
Do you love word searches? Do you find yourself looking for more mystery authors to read? Earn your Sleuth It badge by completing either our adult or children's mystery author word search! Pick up your copy at either Help Desk. No need to turn it back in. Save it so you'll have a list of authors that you may have never read before. Once you finish it, make sure you visit our website and claim your badge!
Bones never lie: how forensics helps solve history's mysteries by Elizabeth MacLeod
The mystery of Darwin's frog by Marty Crump ; illustrations by Steve Jenkins and Edel Rodriguez
Forensics and modern disasters by written by Rebecca Stefoff
The discovery and mystery of a dinosaur named Jane by Judith Williams
The case of the vanishing golden frogs: a scientific mystery by Sandra Markle
Enigmatic events by Gary L. Blackwood
When is a planet not a planet?: the story of Pluto by Elaine Scott
Heist society by Ally Carter
Death cloud by Andrew Lane
Down the rabbit hole: an Echo Falls mystery by Peter Abrahams
The mystery of the third Lucretia by Susan Runholt
The innocents by Lili Peloquin
Game by Barry Lyga
The Friday Society by Adrienne Kress
Blood trail by Nancy Springer
The secret cellar by Michael D. Beil
It happened on a train by Mac Barnett ; illustrations by Adam Rex
The secret in the old attic by Carolyn Keene
The Hardy Boys, undercover brothers. Vol. 17. Word up! by Scott Lobdell, writer ; Paulo Henrique Marcondes, artist ; based on the series by Franklin W.
Early Chapter Books
Nate the Great and the lost list by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat ; illustrated by Marc Simont
Cam Jansen and the mystery at the haunted house by David A. Adler ; illustrated by Susanna Natti
Princess mix-up mystery by Carolyn Keene ; illustrated by Macky Pamintuan
The deadly dungeon by Ron Roy ; illustrated by John Steven Gurney
The case of the double trouble detectives by James Preller ; illustrated by Jamie Smith ; cover illustration by R.W. Alley
Robot rumble by Franklin W. Dixon ; illustrated by Scott Burroughs
Middle Chapter Books
Whose body? by Dorothy L. Sayers
A murder is announced: a Miss Marple mystery by Agatha Christie
Death comes as epiphany by Sharan Newman
Death comes to Pemberley by P.D. James
A cold day in paradise by Steve Hamilton
Crocodile on the sandbank by Elizabeth Peters
Iron Lake by William Kent Krueger
Blood alone by James R.
Need something to fill that X-Files-shaped hole in your TV viewing? These TV series feature investigations into the spooky and strange. (Warning: May contain aliens.)
Torchwood. The complete first season, Disc 1 [videodisc] by British Broadcasting Corporation
Supernatural. Season 1. Disc 1 & 2 [videodisc] by Kripke Enterprises, Inc. ; Wonderland Sound and Vision ; Warner Bros. Television
Eureka. Season 1. Disc 1 [videodisc] by Universal Studios ; Sci Fi Channel
Warehouse 13. Season one. Disc 1 [videodisc] by Universal Media Studios
Are you a fan of Sara Paretsky, Jeff Lindsay, Charlaine Harris or John LeCarre? Willing to share some of your favorite authors with other Mystery fans? Maybe it’s time to try a new mystery writer and you're looking for suggestions? Join us as we talk books on Saturday, July 27 from 2:00-3:00 PM in Canton Public Library’s Purple Room.
Come test your puzzle solving skills with (and against) others in Portal 2 co-op mode on Friday June 28 from 1:00 - 3:00PM. We'll supply the teams; you bring your raw talent. Only the cleverest will survive. Ages 9-17.
Monday, July 22, we will both GEEK OUT and SLEUTH IT. We'll start our day with a video game bad guy who wants to play the hero and end with a backwards tale about a man who can't remember much-and has the tattoos to prove it.
When: July 29, 7:00-8:00 PM
Registration begins: May 29
Please join the Adult Contemporary Book Discussion Group on Monday, July 15 at 7:00 PM in the Purple Room to discuss:
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn tells a masterful mystery of a deceptively perfect marriage that has gone terribly awry. On a warm summer morning and their fifth wedding anniversary, Nick discovers his wife, Amy is missing. What should have been a romantic occasion celebrating a happy life together, Nick becomes the prime suspect in her disappearance. But did Amy set him up and why?
Canton Seniors Book Group will meet on Thursday, August 22 from 2:00-3:00 PM in Canton Public Library's Group Study Room A. We will be discussing Kate Atkinson's Case Histories. Copies of the book are distributed at the meeting or request a copy at the Adult Help Desk. No registration required.
Case histories: a novel by Kate Atkinson