Mystery

What Should I Read?

In what order should you read a series? Read everything written by Sue Grafton or Malcolm Gladwell and would like to try a similar author? Books & Authors, available in Canton Public Library's databases, allows you to search by title and/or author, subject, keyword, time period, geographic location, or character. Follow the series links for additional titles, or take advantage of the Expert Picks & Librarian's Favorites for recommendations based on some of your favorite titles or topics.

Year 2010 Top Fiction Picks

The weed that strings the hangman's bag : a Flavia de Luce mystery by Alan Bradley

The girl who kicked the hornet's nest by Stieg Larsson ; translated from the Swedish by Reg Keeland

In the company of others by Jan Karon

The three Weissmanns of Westport by Cathleen Schine

Spooner by Pete Dexter

The irresistible Henry House : a novel by Lisa Grunwald

Vintner's Wine & Mysteries Book Discussion — Winter, 2011

Come join us for Wine & Mysteries on the third Tuesday of each month from 7:00-8:00PM for our book discussion at Vintner's Winery. Space is limited and registration is required.   Particpants can pick up the book selection at the meeting or at the Canton Public Library after registrering.

Murder Uncorked by Michele Scott — January 18

The Chardonnay Charade: a Wine Country Mystery by Ellen Crosby — February 15

Death of a Wine Merchant by David Dickinson — March 15

Killer Summer by Ridley Pearson — April 19

Murder Will Out - November 2010

"In war, there are no unwounded soldiers." -José Narosky.
Some of these mystery stories take place in a time of war, some in its aftermath. No one is unscathed…

Blood Alone by James R. Benn

Bitterroot by James Lee Burke

Thirteenth Night: a Medieval Mystery by Alan Gordon

The War Against Miss Winter by Kathryn Miller Haines

Faded Coat of Blue by Owen Parry

2010 Nero Award Nominees Announced

The Wolfe Pack, a New York-based fan organization, has announced its nominees for the 2010 Nero Award, "presented each year to an author for the best mystery written in the tradition of Rex Stout’s Nero Wolfe stories." The contenders are:

The Fleet Street Murders by Charles Finch

The Crack in the Lens by Steve Hockensmith

Faces of the Gone by Brad Parks

The winner will be named during the Black Orchid Banquet, which is will be held December 3, 4, and 5 in New York. Reservations are now being taken; the registration form and Calendar of Events is available.

Murder Will Out — August 2010

These just in:

How to crash a killer bash by Penny Warner

Dream queen by Betsy Thornton

Betrayers by Bill Pronzini

Night of the living deed by E. J. Copperman

Murder in the air by Bill Crider

Fatally frosted: a donut shop mystery by Jessica Beck

More Mysteries Into Film

Campion [videodisc] : Police at the funeral by a BBC television production in association with Consolidated Productions

Absolute power [videodisc] by Castle Rock Entertainment presents a Malpaso production

The long goodbye [videodisc] by United Artists

Poirot [videodisc]: the mysterious affair at Styles by LWT

The woman in white [videodisc] by a co-production of Carlton Television and WGBH/Boston for the BBC

Mysteries Into Film

In a lonely place [videodisc] by Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc

In the heat of the night [videodisc] by United Artists ; The Mirisch Corporation presents the Norman Jewison/Walter Mirisch production

Laura [videodisc] by 20th Century Fox presents

The lady vanishes [videodisc] by a Gainsborough picture

Inspector Alleyn mysteries. Set 1 [videodisc]: A man lay dead by BBC

Ministry of fear [videorecording] by screen play by Seton I. Miller ; directed by Fritz Lang

Historical Romance, Mystery, and Suspense

Yours always by Gabriella Anderson

Step into darkness by Naomi Bellis

Beyond compare by Candace Camp

A woman scorned by Liz Carlyle

Captives of the night by Loretta Chase

Snobbery with violence : an Edwardian murder mystery by Marion Chesney

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