Celebrate All Hallows’ Eve with these thrilling and chilling reads that will have your patrons on the edge of their seat, reading with the lights on. Click for More Books that Go Bump in the Night.
From detective mysteries to twisty thrillers, mysteries to cozy up with to tales from the upside down, take our quiz to find out what kind of scary books you should read this Halloween. Take Our Quiz! Click to Download Our If Books Could Kill Library Display Poster. Click for Spooky Programming Click to Read Our Mystery […]
Make a Soho Crime display and share it on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram using the #SohoCrime25 hashtag, through July 31 to be entered to win awesome Soho Crime prizes for your library! First, second, and third prize winners will be announced in August. We’ve got display swag! Sign up to receive the#SohoCrime25 Kit, which includes: bookmarks, the 24” x […]
A Letter from Clare Mackintosh, author of I Let You Go: Where I Write I write in a small office in my house, accompanied by a Springer Spaniel, lots of books, and an ever-present mug of tea. My desk is small, and my computer large, so there is little room for anything else; I have […]
We’re thrilled to share with you our If Books Could Kill Library Display poster! From creepy psychopaths to international spies, our poster features the mysterious and thrilling titles your patrons are dying for. We’ve also developed spooky and exciting ideas for programming at your library. Click below to download the poster or request a printed copy, […]
Join us for Booklist‘s Mystery Webinar on Tuesday, April 28th to discover books that go bump in the night. You’ll also learn about exciting mystery titles from Pegasus Books, Severn House, Soho Crime, and HarperCollins. Visit The Booklist Reader to find out how you and your library can join the fun. Click to Register for FREE.
Celebrate The Black Hour with a Rothbert University T-Shirt! The Black Hour, Lori Rader-Day’s debut novel, a July LibraryReads pick, is also one of my personal favorites this year. The story follows Amelia, a sociology professor gravely wounded in a campus shooting who, after returning the following school year, attempts to investigate the motive behind the shooting […]
Let’s talk mystery, crime, suspense and whodunit! Sound thrilling? Well, you’re invited to an exciting mystery webinar. “Mysteries and Thrillers: Pulse-Pounding Picks for Your Patrons” Date: Tuesday, April 29, 2014 Time: 1:00 pm Central Daylight Duration: 1 hour Description: Join the Random House Library Marketing Staff, HarperCollins, Macmillian, Seven House and Booklist Online editor Keir Graff—as […]