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- A Share in Death 740 copies, 24 reviews
- Dreaming of the Bones 624 copies, 16 reviews
- All Shall Be Well 538 copies, 16 reviews
- Mourn Not Your Dead 530 copies, 10 reviews
- Water Like a Stone 527 copies, 19 reviews
- A Finer End (Author) 521 copies, 10 reviews
- Leave the Grave Green 519 copies, 8 reviews
- And Justice There is None 500 copies, 9 reviews
- Kissed a Sad Goodbye 485 copies, 9 reviews
- In a Dark House 481 copies, 12 reviews
- Now May You Weep 458 copies, 15 reviews
- Where Memories Lie 442 copies, 17 reviews
- Necessary as Blood 399 copies, 44 reviews
- No Mark Upon Her (Author) 372 copies, 49 reviews
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Just Desserts Mystery Fiction Discussion Group
Monthly mystery fiction discussion group at a neighborhood library. Participants are encouraged to read the same mystery novel in advance of the meeting, to discuss as a group. Participants are also encouraged to bring a small dessert selection to share with other readers during the meeting. Coffee and/or juice will be provided. April's selected title: "Water Like a Stone" by Deborah Crombie. Water Like a Stone (BookGuide)… (more)
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Deborah Crombie was born and educated in Texas. After living in both England and Scotland, she wrote her first Detective Superintendent Duncan Kincaid / Sergeant Gemma James novel. A Share in Death [Scribner, 1993], was subsequently given Agatha and Macavity nominations for Best First Novel of 1993. Her fifth novel, Dreaming of the Bones [Scribner, 1997] was given a Edgar award nomination by Mystery Writers of America for Best Novel in 1997. It was a New York Times Book of the Year, and was chosen by the Independent Mystery Booksellers of America as one of the 100 Best Crime Novels of the Century.
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