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This Week at Pages and Pages

 

After a four year absence, Jo Nesbo's inimitable detective, Harry Hole, makes his long-awaited return in The Thirst. Long-time readers will remember Harry as an alcoholic, demon-ridden investigator, always standing at the edge of an abyss. But when The Thirst opens, Harry's in better shape than we've ever seen him; in fact, he's a self-proclaimed happy man, married to the love of his life, and living a calmer life as a lecturer at Oslo Police College. But when a killer — whose terrifying modus operandi is cutting the throats of his victim in vampire fashion — begins stalking the streets, Harry's called back into action. This new killer's methods have a striking resemblance to those of a killer Harry once let get away, and he'll stop at nothing to end the campaign of terror. If you've never sampled Nesbo's work before, this is a fine place to start. Just be warned: he's the Scandinavian crime master for a reason, and once you've read one Harry Hole novel, you'll be back for the other ten, guaranteed.
 










The Magellan Billet’s Cotton Malone is tasked to find millions in gold secreted by the defeated Confederacy’s Knights of the Golden Circle in this historical-conspiracy thriller. The fusion of contemporary and historical adventure makes this a must-read. Simon
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 In this masterful narrative of the 2016 campaign year, Susan Bordo unpacks the right-wing assault on Clinton and her reputation, the way she provoked the suspicion and indifference of a younger generation, and the unprecedented influence of the media.
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The color is blocked! Readers must rub, turn, and tap the pages to straighten out pipes, unplug corks, and keep the color flowing. But watch out--the color might run faster than you can keep up! Along the way, readers will learn primary colors, how mixing colors can make secondary colors, and why you should never, ever, put too much trust in a narrator.
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