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DECEMBER SELECTIONS!
 
LE RONDELET LIBRARY
 
The ‘Alphabet Mysteries’: The Le Rondelet Library now has the entire collection of mystery writer Sue Grafton’s captivating “alphabet” series featuring Private Eye Kinsey Millhone. All 25 books—from A is for Alibito Y is for Yesterday. (Grafton died before writing the Z book.) See the special display in the Library.
 
The Condition by Jennifer Haigh: The McKotches are a proper New England family, but in the summer of 1976 tragedy strikes. Their 13-year-old Gwen is diagnosed with Turner’s syndrome, a condition preventing growth. Every family member is affected, and Gwen constructs a hermetic life until, in her mid-thirties, she falls in love. And suddenly, the McKotch family’s life is again tilted on its axis.
 
Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz: Susan Ryeland has edited mystery writer Alan Conway’s formulaic books for years. She assumes the next book will follow the pattern. But the more she reads, the more she suspects that there’s another story hidden in the pages—ambition, jealousy, greed—and even a real murder.
 
Warlight by Michael Ondaatje: It’s 1945 in London. Nathaniel, 14, and his sister, Rachel, have been abandoned. Left in the care of an enigmatic man they call The Moth. Is he a criminal, a spy? And who are his friends who try to educate the siblings in unusual ways? Only years later does Nathaniel uncover the truth.
 
Black Water Rising by Attica Locke: Two-bit lawyer Jay Porter has a strip-mall office, a call girl for a client—and a sleazy past. Then, he saves a woman from drowning in a Houston bayou, and opens a Pandora’s box of murder. The tangled mystery leads into Houston’s upper echelons, and threatens his very life.
 
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RETURN POLICY: Please return books to the table in the lobby or to the Library & Billiard Room on the second floor where you’ll find a selection of other books. No check-out, no check-in required.
 
DONATIONS: The Library seeks donations of recently published hardback or paperback books in good condition. Audio books and DVDs, board games and puzzles also are appreciated.
 
 
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