The Reader’s Shelf | It Takes a Thief: True Art Crimes

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True crime is not just about blood and bodies. It also encompasses art theft. These titles explore permanent losses and recovered works.

Telling Stories Through Food

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These recent narrative cookbooks combine the twin pleasures of cooking and reading

Horror Gems for the Haunting Season

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It’s that time of the year again, when other­wise mild-mannered readers turn into ravenous fiends searching for a terrifying fix. Instead of just turning to old standbys, why not try one of these 21st-­century options.

Celebrate National Reading Group Month | The Reader’s Shelf, October 1, 2013

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Titles that shine a light on reading in company.

Anchors Aweigh! A Flotilla of Good Reading | The Reader’s Shelf

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A ship is a symbol of adventure, freedom, and exploration. Even landlubbers will want to launch their own voyages of discovery with these journeys.

Game On: Adventures in a Virtual World | The Reader’s Shelf

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A list of titles focusing on video games, from a nostalgic love letter to geekdom’s past to a researcher dedicated to showcasing the real-world benefits of gaming.

Tales from the Heartland | The Reader’s Shelf, August 2013

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The Reader’s Shelf emphasizes a mix of fiction, memoir, and journalism.

Tales from the Heartland | The Reader’s Shelf

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A mix of fiction, memoir, and journalism.

Could You Show Me on a Map? | The Reader’s Shelf, July 2013

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Contributor and MLS student Linda Gwilym takes a look at map-related titles.

Every Picture Tells a Story: Illustrated Reads | The Reader’s Shelf, June 15, 2013

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Reviews of graphic novels that encompass a wide variety of styles.

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