Icy cold reads spotted at Greenwood Branch

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Novels and poetry pictured above:
The Cold Moon: A Lincoln Rhyme Novel by Jefffrey Deaver
Cold Day in July by Stella Cameron
Just Give Me A Cool Drink of Water ‘fore I Diiie by Maya Angelou
A Cold Touch of Ice: A Mamur Zapt Mystery by Michael Pearce
Ice Age by Brian Freemantle
Tahoe Ice Grave by Todd Borg

And a few more icy titles spotted on display on Level 3 at the Central Library:
Ice: The nature, the history and the uses of an astonishing substance by Mariana Gosnell
On Ice by Red Evans
Ice Trap by Kitty Sewell
Ice Is Where You Find It by Captain Charles W. Thomas, USCG
An Ice Cold Grave by Charlaine Harris

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2 Responses to Icy cold reads spotted at Greenwood Branch

  1. Linda J. says:

    Great display! And perhaps the Greenwood library’s iciness helped cool Seattle 20 degrees.

  2. Anne says:

    We all do what we can!

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