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Mysteries for Tweens

Here are some great reads with a real whodunnit sort of vibe.

Shakespeare's secret by Elise Broach

The fairy-tale detectives by Michael Buckley; pictures by Peter Ferguson

Framed by Frank Cottrell Boyce

Murder Will Out — June 2010

Historical mysteries have become increasingly popular in the last decade. If you are a fan of historical fiction, and historical mystery stories in particular, you've read many of the well-known authors of this sub-genre: Steven Saylor, Anne Perry, Eliot Pattison, I. J. Parker, Lindsey Davis, John Maddox Robert, Margaret Frazer, and the list goes on, but have you read the works of:

Nefertiti: the book of the dead by Nick Drake

Critique of criminal reason by Michael Gregorio

The fifth servant by Kenneth Wishnia

Thirteenth night : a medieval mystery by Alan Gordon

A test of wills by Charles Todd

Murder on Astor Place by Victoria Thompson

Drama And Romance

Do you like deliciously dramatic novels like those of Jodi Picoult? Does a touch of romance a la Danielle Steel or Nora Roberts make it just that much better? If so, dig into these authors.Want more? Try the books in Barbara Taylor Bradford and Nora Roberts readalikes or If you like Nora Roberts and Julie Garwood

Feisty Teen Fantasy

Do you like fantasy with lots of action and strong female characters, then here's a list for you:

Science Fiction for the Fiction Reader

If you're a fiction reader and prefer books with character development and believable plots, these science fiction titles may be just the choice for you.

Fantasy and Futuristic Fiction For the Thoughtful Reader

Perhaps you are a fantasy or science fiction reader in search of meaning and intelligent thought. You'd like a book that you will think about long after you finish reading it. Leave the fluff behind and try one of these suggestions.

For readers who like mystery, romance and fantasy

The list below is for someone who likes reading Stephanie Meyer, Nicholas Sparks, Rebecca Wells, Dan Brown and Judy Blume:

Most Downloaded eBooks for April 2010

The numbers are in!
The top five most downloaded titles from CPL's eBook collection for April 2010 are:
  1. The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
  2. 13 1/2 by Nevada Barr
  3. Die Trying by Lee Child
  4. The Help by Kathryn Stockett
  5. Caught by Harlan Coben

May we suggest...

This list is for a patron who likes Susan Wittig Albert, Alice Hoffman, and Jennifer Weiner, among others.