Cambridge Archive Editions; Kanopy Streaming | Reference eReviews, October 1, 2015

Cambridge Archive Editions, aimed at serious scholars, will be most beneficial to research institutions and their libraries. Kanopy’s diversity of licensing models makes this an excellent choice for streaming video for K–12 institutions and especially colleges and universities.

Baugh’s Pick of the Month, Hallinan, Weaver, Lester, plus New Series Lineup | Mystery Reviews, October 1, 2015

This month’s selections take readers from the mean streets of Philly to exotic Thailand, Greece and the financial meltdown, and the lava fields of Iceland. Who says genre fiction isn’t educational?

Cooking | Best Sellers, October 2015

From Cake My Day! and Trisha’s Table to Everyday Detox and The Plantpower Way

Lessons Learned in Year One | Music Matters, October 1, 2015

Collection development, whether you’re talking about books or media, is a process. If you’re new to an area, it makes sense to start with the least complicated aspects.

LJ Fiction Reviews: October 1, 2015

Stars for Graves’s erotic romance, Tainted Heart, King’s stellar collection of short fiction, Bazaar of Bad Dreams, Baugh’s Mystery Pick of the Month, Quicksand, and more.

Righting a Wrong: On Forgotten Heroes of the Vietnam Conflict

Louise Esola’s American Boys: The True Story of the Lost 74 of the Vietnam War (Pennway, 2015) focuses on an almost-forgotten tragedy: the death of 74 young men in the sinking of the USS Frank E. Evansoff the coast of Vietnam on June 3, 1969.

Secrets and Sin | Erotica Reviews, October 1, 2015

There’s only one concept in erotica that’s more seductive, more enticing than the sex itself, and that’s secrecy. In this month’s selections, secret desires spoken aloud change forever the lives of couples—some for better, some for worse, and others for both.

From Abraham to Pope Francis to Buddhisms, & More | Spirituality & Religion Reviews, October 1, 2015

The big story continues to be Pope Francis, by whom and about whom works continue to appear, as his humility shakes up the Roman Catholic Church and his career shines a new light on his avowed model, St. Francis of Assisi.

Haunting Halloween Debuts | The Reader’s Shelf, October 1, 2015

Looking for some new voices in horror to suggest to patrons this Halloween? Here are six satisfyingly scary recent debuts that showcase the vibrant state of today’s horror.

Espionage: In From the Cold | Collection Development: Spy Fiction & More, October 1, 2015

Spy fiction is alive and well, despite the loss of its favorite setting—the Berlin Wall—and the demise of its chief nemesis—the Soviet Union. Warm up your collection with these 18 titles.