As catastrophic floods threaten to devastate Québec, Chief Inspector Armand Gamache finds the body of a murdered, pregnant woman. All the evidence points to her abusive husband as the killer, but there's not enough to convict him, and the woman's grieving father threatens to kill the husband. Meanwhile, Gamache faces damage to his reputation in social media, as a video emerges, seriously misrepresenting the actions which led to his demotion.
Start the semester on the right foot by checking out these books offering helpful guides, advice, and tips for a successful academic year. The September display of Undergraduate Library books in the Shapiro Lobby showcases books to help you whether you are just starting out your college career as an incoming Freshman or advancing as a more-seasoned student pursuing a PhD. The wide variety of college career books in the Undergraduate collection includes something for everyone!
I’ve decided to write up a little post about one of my favorite genre's, romance. I've included a little bit of everything: data, history, and most importantly recommendations!
Prophecy is the second in S.J. Parris' mystery series set in Elizabethan England, featuring the real-life philosopher and scientist Giordano Bruno, who, in the series, works as a spy for Queen Elizabeth I. In this book, he attempts to foil a plot against the queen's life, which is being timed to coincide with an astronomical event.
Nourish your mind and body by celebrating National Wellness Month! The August display of Undergraduate Library books in the Shapiro Lobby highlights self-care through focusing and improving physical, mental, and emotional health.
In this entry in Camilleri's mystery series set in Sicily, Inspector Montalbano investigates two cases. In one, the young wife of a much-older merchant is robbed and sexually assaulted while depositing money at a bank. In the other, an abandoned building on a farm is used to store weapons, and two Tunisian farm workers are the prime suspects. Meanwhile, Montalbano is undergoing a crisis in his personal life, as he is torn between two women: his long-time girlfriend and a beautiful art...
The July display of Undergraduate Library books in the Shapiro Lobby explores American history through a collection of graphic novels and historical fiction.
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