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We'll be closed on Monday, September 6 for the Labor Day holiday but the website will be open 24/7.
The kids are back in school, it's getting dark a little earlier, it's the perfect time to get yourself a new pile of books for fall reading. A good place to start would be our September Staff Picks with a nice assortment of mysteries of various kinds.
Be sure to check out our archive of earlier Staff Picks which will give you even more ideas for new titles. When you visit the September Staff Picks looks on the left hand side for a list of earlier months.
We're very pleased to have Sara Paretsky back at MLB for a talk and signing on Saturday, September 11 at 1 pm. To accomodate the expected turnout we're holding the event at the Oakmont Carnegie Library. Tickets are $5 and we'll have all of Sara's books, including the new one Body Work, for sale at the event.
We're expecting quite a turnout so avoid disappointment--don't delay in getting your tickets.
We're so happy that Jennifer Crusie will be back at MLB on Friday, September 24 at 7 pm. She'll be talking about and signing her hilarious new novel Maybe This Time. Her first book written without a collaborator in six years the new one is a return to the funny, romantic and sweet novels that first endeared us to Jenny. Better yet, this one has a few ghosts to spice up the mix.
Give us a call or email to let us know if you'll be joining us for a fun evening.
The British invasion continues with several New British titles including:
A second book in Aly Monroe's unique tale of British secret agent Peter Cotton. In Washington Shadow its 1945 and Peter has been sent to Washington to accompany John Maynard Keynes who is there to beg for a loan from the US to keep the bankrupt British government afloat.
Amateur archaelogist and full-time cop Wesley Peterson is back in The Flesh Tailor by Kate Ellis, fourteenth in this series.
Another long-lasting series sees the 26th in paperback with The Bishop Must Die by Michael Jecks.
Meanwhile US New Arrivals reflect a flood of September titles too numerous to mention. We've got new titles by Susan Wittig Albert, Rhys Bowen, Sue Henry, Wendy Lyn Watson, Margaret Coel and dozens of others.
New books arrive every day. Check our New Arrivals page often for everything new at MLB.
Here's what you can find at www.mysterylovers.com:
Come visit us at facebook.com/mysterylovers where you can join the 819 folks who are already our fans. We've got some comments about Tuesday's wonderful event with violinist and author Gerald Elias.
Fall evenings are coming--get your TBR pile ready
Richard, Mary Alice and the MLB Staff
Did we mention that we won a Raven Award?
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