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Cozy Mysteries for the Arts and Crafts Crowd

Do you love knitting or quilting? Is scrapbooking your passion? If you are an arts and crafts lover, we have a cozy mystery for you!  

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Celebrate Valentine's Day with These DC Romances

Don't want to go out in the cold for Valentine's Day? Whether you love a good mystery, a romantic comedy or a throwback to the 80s, curl up with one of these hot reads showcasing romance in D.C.

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Mysteries Featuring Famous Authors

Authors aren't always confined to being behind the scenes of a mystery. Sometimes they take center stage as the sleuth. Check out these historical mysteries that feature well-known authors as the amateur detectives intent on solving murders instead of writing about them.

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Fall in Love with a Rogue or a Noble (or Both)

Historical romance is one of the largest and most popular romance subgenres. Check out one of these novels to get your fix of rogues, dukes, princes and the women who capture their hearts.   

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Continent Hop from Your Couch

Can’t get away for the summer? Not able to travel internationally this year? Continent hop around the world without leaving your couch with these books set around the world.  

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Independence Day Books to Celebrate America's Founding

Can’t remember much of what you learned about the early years of America back in high school? Always wanted to know more about our Founders? Check out these accessible but well researched books on the early years of America.  

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Nonfiction that Seems Like a Soap Opera

Reality television stars have nothing on these real historical figures

The adage is that truth is stranger than fiction and these books certainly show that to be true. These nonfiction books feature historical figures with personalities that would put reality television stars to shame—and the antics that go with such larger-than-life personalities.  

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Historical Mysteries with Female Protagonists

Fiction Picks for Women's History Month

Celebrate Women's History Month with a few historical mysteries featuring smart, independent women making their way in a man's world.  And Only to Deceive by Tasha Alexander

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Get in the Valentine's Mood with these Romantic Suspense Picks

Curl up with one of these romantic suspense books to celebrate Valentine's Day. Water Bound by Christine Feehan

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The Game is Afoot

Celebrate the 130th Anniversary of Sherlock Holmes

The first Sherlock Holmes story was published in December of 1887 and, as evidenced by the popularity of the BBC’s show Sherlock, he still resonates with us today.  Have you read all the original Arthur Conan Doyle stories?

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