Read On-- Crime Fiction: Reading Lists for Every Taste

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Libraries Unlimited, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 146 pages
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Mystery and crime readers looking for great new reads, and librarians looking for fresh reading lists for patrons will love this new resource. It categorizes hundreds of popular crime fiction titles according to five broad features: character, setting, story, language and mood-and then into thematic lists as "Reading the Bones," "Dynamic Duos," "Love you to Death," and "Bright Lights, Dead Bodies." For each title, you'll find bibliographic information and a brief, punchy description, designed to spark reader interest. Use these lists to advise readers; create thematic reading lists for library Web sites, flyers, and newsletters; and as checklists or reading plans for those who enjoy mystery fiction. Buy two copies--one for the reference or readers' advisory resource shelf and another to circulate!

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For my Reader's Advisory class :) Read full review

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User Review  - LesaHolstine - LibraryThing

A must-read for mystery fanatics, with annotated lists of mysteries broken down by appeal. Read full review

Contents

Story
1
Character
27
Chapter ThreeSetting
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Copyright

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About the author (2008)

BARRY TROTT is Adult Services Director, Williamsburg Regional Library, Virginia. He is Chair of the RUSA CODES Readers' Advisory Committee, edits the RA column for RUSQ, and develops read-alike lists for NoveList.

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