CRRL My Librarian: Unsolved Mysteries for Amateur Sleuths
Do you find yourself trying to solve cold cases in the middle of the night? Amateur sleuths consistently solve crimes with the resources they have on the internet. Read these books to fuel your obsession with unsolved mysteries.
Though I have been a lifelong reader, learner, and library lover, I started working at the library after graduating from the University of Mary Washington with BAs in History and Historic Preservation.
When I am not playing trivia, finishing a crossword puzzle, or watching a British crime drama, I am reading, or on the hunt for my next read. To me, there is nothing more exciting and daunting than choosing what to read next. My “books-to-read” list is constantly changing, whether I am adding, removing, or rearranging from most important to least. The list consists of everything: children's books, young adult books, adult books, graphic novels, classics that I probably should have read a long time ago, the newest New York Times bestsellers, books recommended by friends, books with interesting subjects that I should know more about, and, of course, the books that I have already read, but love so much that I will read and re-read them until the day I die (ie. the Harry Potter series).
Though my own list causes me (some) stress, there is little I enjoy more than recommending a book for someone else! So, if you want a psychological thriller that will keep you reading late into the night, talk to me! If you want a children’s book that will tug at your heartstrings, make you laugh, or both, I have the one for you. Let's talk about books!