Category Archives: Mystery and Crime
October sees a new releases by big name authors as well as a selection of debuts.
It was my idea, after all. Lately as we’ve seen readers and filmgoers gobbling up great twisty psychological suspense such as Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train, I kept thinking they should make a fresh version Daphne Du Maurier’s … Continue reading
For over a decade, every other Monday at noon listeners have flocked to Thrilling Tales, the Library’s story time for grownups, spending their lunch hour rapt in suspenseful narratives. Janice Leadingham, a local bookseller said in a recent article in City Arts: “Especially for impatient … Continue reading
Whether you’re on the bus or on the beach, here are some new fiction titles to get your summer reading under way. 6/13: The Changeling by Victor LaValle – Antiquarian book dealer Apollo Kagwa has built a happy family life … Continue reading
The dark, dank atmosphere of England, Scotland, and Scandinavia lends itself to wonderful mysteries to savor. Such mystery masters like Peter Robinson, Henning Mankell, Ian Rankin, Deborah Crombie, Mark Billingham, Peter Lovesey, Camilla Lackberg, Tana French and Adrian McKinty are … Continue reading
Today begins the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Watching televised coverage of the Games, you will surely see glimpses of life in Rio in the background. If you want to round out your sports viewing with a … Continue reading
Join The Seattle Public Library and Seattle Arts & Lectures for our 2nd annual Summer Book Bingo for adults! Follow us throughout the summer for reading suggestions based on each category. Our guest blogger today is Emily from Ada’s Technical Books & Café in Capitol Hill; Ada’s Technical … Continue reading