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Fall into Reading at the Nichols Library

There is always fresh crime fiction on the plate at the Nichols Library. In The Last Mrs. Summers by Rhys Bowen, a guest at a country home is accused of murder, but amateur sleuth Georgina Rannoch is there to set things straight. In One Last Lie by Paul Doiron, Charley Stevens, mentor to ranger Mike Bowditch, vanishes. Bowditch embarks on another rule-bending investigation to save his friend. In Troubled Blood by Robert Galbraith (J. K. Rowling), detective Cormoran Strike takes on a cold case involving a woman who disappeared in the wilds of Cornwall. In Shadows in Death by J. D. Robb, Eve Dallas suspects a friend of her husband’s, thought to be a hire killer, as a person of interest in her latest case. Near Dark by Brad Thor finds Scott Harvath on the run with a price on his head. Carl Hiaasen’s Squeeze Me is a light romp about a prominent presidential donor who goes missing. These last two are hot tickets; best get your reserve in now!

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