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Fiction books

Mind Games: Books With Psychological Drama and Suspense

If you're the kind of reader who enjoys psychological drama, suspense and mystery, give these books a try.

Comic Contemporary Romances

Skintight by Susan Andersen

Body & soul by Jennifer Archer

Born to be wild by Patti Berg

Just like a man by Elizabeth Bevarly

Baseball From A to Z

Kids, do you like Baseball? Do you find yourself rooting for the Tigers at the Detroit Zoo and wondering where their balls and gloves are hidden? Do you want peanuts and hot dogs for every meal? If this is you, then check out Baseball A to Z by Michael P. Spradlin. It's a new book in our picture book section. Be the next person to add your name to the hold list. You wouldn't want to be sliding into home without reading this book first!

Well-written, Character-driven Books

If you like well-written, character-driven books like the works by Jane Austen, Stephen King, and Anna Quindlen, you might like these titles:

New Korean Books

We have one batch of new Korean books on the shelf. Fiction titles include:Nonfiction titles include:

And we'll be getting more Korean books in the Fall!

Mystery Women

Fictitious sleuths in their newest novels

A spoonful of poison by M.C. Beaton

A cat named Brat : an Alice Nestleton mystery by Lydia Adamson

Tomb of the golden bird by Elizabeth Peters

Borderline by Nevada Barr

Death By The Decades

Murder mystery fiction

1930s

The Maltese falcon by Dashiell Hammett

Peril at end house by Agatha Christie

Murder in the Oval Office by Elliott Roosevelt

Night over water by Ken Follett

1940s

The Black Dahlia by James Ellroy

Mysteries Through The Decades

1930s

The Maltese falcon by Dashiell Hammett

Fer-de-lance : a Nero Wolfe mystery by Rex Stout ; introduction by Loren D. Estleman

1940s

The postman always rings twice by James M. Cain

Hand in glove by Ngaio Marsh

1950s

Cop hater by Ed McBain

Prisoners of War

World War II Fiction:

Day by A.L. Kennedy

Empire of the Sun : a novel by J.G. Ballard

In our strange gardens by Michel Quint ; translated from the French by Barbara Bray

King Rat by James Clavell