Black Friday Specials at the Library!

As you’re heading for the stores or mall this Black Friday, don’t forget to stop by your local library for the best door-busting deals of all! All books, music and dvds are free free free. Where else can you find such deals on Black Sunday, Black Monday, Black Tuesday,     Black Thursday, and Black Friday (sorry – we’re fresh out of Wednesday and Saturday). Our books come in many shapes and sizes, and many of our mysteries come in that favorite shade of crime writers everywhere: black. Here are some of our favorites:

Black Friday by Alex KavaThe Black Lizard Big Book of Black Mask Stories, Sister Pelagia and the Black Monk, by Boris Akunin, Black Plumes, by Marjorie Allingham, Black Tower, by Louis Bayard, Black Fly Season, by Giles Blunt, Raven Black, by Ann Cleeves, The Black Box, by Michael Connelly, Black and White and Dead All Over, by John Darnton, Black River, by G.M. Ford, Black Seconds, by Karin Fossum, The Black Dove, by Steve Hockensmith, The Black Tower, by P.D. James, The Black Path, by Asa Larsson, Bank of the Black Sheep, by Robert Lewis, Black Corridors, by by Constance Little, Black Money, by Ross MacDonald, The Blackhouse, by Peter May, Black Betty, by Walter Mosley, Black Arrow, by I.J. Parker, Black Water, by T. Jefferson Parker, Black Orchids, by Rex Stout, The Black Marble, by Joseph Wambaugh, and Black Widow, by Randy Wayne White.

Did we miss any of your favorite “Black Books”? Let us know.

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One Response to Black Friday Specials at the Library!

  1. Bruce Greeley says:

    Lawrence Durrell’s The Black Book!

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