Great Winter Reads From LBIs Surf City Library

Dated: 01/30/2014

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Cracking good espionage: The Gabriel Alon Series by Danial Silva - Rembranst Affair, Unlikely Spy, The Defector, The English Girl
Delightful Rita Mae Brown;  Just like her Sneaky Pie series but with a new cast of characters lead by Sister Parrish - Fox Tracks, Hounded to Death, Hunt Ball,  Hounds of Fury
Inspector Brunette series, Set in Venice Italy, crime solving with unusual plot twists.  Author Donna Leon even has a cookbook for the series, because dining across Venice will make you hungry - The Golden Egg, A Question of Belief, Beastly Things, Willful behavior, Fatal Remedies.
Edinborough, Scotland's Inspector Rebis - Ian Rankin's three books take you to that lovely area for local crime and adventure - Naming of the Dead, Standing in Another Mans Grave,  Exit Music
Amy Luduc; 20 something Parisian hacker solves crimes throughout the city in style, and with an interesting subplot that runs through all the books - Murder in Clichy, Murder in Marais, Murder n Bastille, Murder in Sentier, Murder in Palais Royal, Murder in Montmarte, Murder in Passy, Murder at the Lantern Rouge,
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