Friday, July 05, 2013
Browsing Area Books for July 2013--Whodunits
Spider Bones by Kathy Reichs. Call Number: PS3568.E476345S65 2010.
Reich’s 13th book starring Temperance Brennan has the forensic anthropologist trying to unravel a mystery concerning James Lowery, a man recently drowned in a bizarre fashion in Quebec. But Lowery died 40 years before, in a helicopter crash in Vietnam. And in Hawaii to reanalyze the old remains, Brennan finds yet a third body identified as Lowery. It’s obvious something sinister is at work, but what?
Moonlight Mile by Dennis Lehane. Call Number: PS3562.E426M66 2010.Twelve years earlier, police investigators Kenzie and Gennaro had tracked Amanda McReady down when she’d vanished at the age of four, taking her from a loving couple who’d gone to prison and returning her to a drunken, neglectful mother because that was the law. Now, haunted by the wrongness of that act, the duo once again tracks Amanda’s steps, a hunt that takes them to identity thieves, ruthless Russian mobsters, meth addicts and a priceless religious icon.
Mad River by John Sandford. Call Number: PS3569.A516M33 2012.Virgil flowers is back in his sixth story, this time chasing three teenaged thrill killers who are rampaging through southern Minnesota, shooting a woman during a robbery, then killing a man for his car. And after that, they can’t seem to get enough. But Virgil can’t quite make the pieces fit and as the dragnet tightens around the killers, he knows there’s more to the story. But he never sees how it’s going to end.
White Heat by M.J. McGrath. Call Number: PR6113.C4775W55 2011.McGrath’s first book features Edie Kiglatuk, an Inuit woman living on the top of the world. Guiding two men on an alleged hunting expedition, she realizes they are looking for something besides ducks. Then one of the men is shot and killed. Anxious to avoid the authorities, the elders on Ellesmere Island call it an accident. But Edie knows better. And when her nephew kills himself because of something to do with the murder, Edie takes matters into her own hands.