Our What's Next™: Books in Series database helps you search series fiction. A series is two or more books linked by character(s), settings, or other common traits. e.g. Sue Grafton's "A is for Alibi", "B is for..." etc. or the "Star Wars" series Search for a Book The What's Next™: Books in Series database was developed and is maintained by the Kent District Library.
Len Bailey is the author of Sherlock Holmes and the Needle's Eye ($15.99, Thomas Nelson) In my new book I needed a detective to travel back in time to solve ten Bible mysteries. Ah, but which one? Len Bailey: Why I Chose Sherlock Holmes To Solve Bible Mysteries
20 Brilliant Bookshelves for Modern Bookworms As the famous saying goes, I like big books and I cannot lie . Even though we may take in most of our reading via an iPad or Kindle these days, we are still bookworms at heart. The warmth and character of a well-worn or brand new book is hard to beat. But those books of yours need a good home.
Angela (Rice Lake, WI)'s review of Ordinary Grace
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10 Banned Books That Made a Comeback In honor of this year’s annual Banned Books Week (Sept. 25-Oct. 2), readers are encouraged to celebrate the significance of the First Amendment and the freedom to read. Banned Books Week sheds light on the issue of censorship and the benefits of free and open access to information. It’s also a time to acknowledge the books that have been challenged or banned from schools, public libraries and bookstores across the nation, in an attempt to censor explicit content and unpopular viewpoints from readers.
Laurie R. King: Mystery Writer
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The vast majority of the knowledge humans have assembled over the centuries, has been lost. The world's geniuses either kept their revelations to themselves and then died, or else they put it down on paper which has long since rotted or burned or been used to line some parakeet's cage. Obviously we'll never know what great books have been lost to time, but we have clues on some of them, and what those clues tell us is mind-boggling, and a little bit depressing. If you could make a library out of just books that didn't survive, you'd have a collection of some of the best freaking books ever written.