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Goodreads Mover & Shaker November 2013

The White Devil by Justin Evans. Seventeen-year-old Andrew Taylor has been sent to a British boarding school, which is also haunted by the ghost of a long-dead student. Click on the cover to read the Waukegan Library's full review!

The Death of Santini by Pat Conroy 1/21/14

I picked this book up because of the positive quote from Susanna Kearsley on the front cover. She did not steer me wrong. I loved this book. Part ghost story, part romance, and part mystery. A wonderful, compelling read with great characters and an evocative setting.

The US government spends billions of dollars training soldiers to kill. Now they’re attempting an alternative approach. Instead of turning soldiers into killers, the military has trained five psychopathic murderers to be part of a classified Special Forces unit.

Rooms - Lauren Oliver, new cover revealed at: www.goodreads.com...

The Rosie Project... recommended by Mrs. Dixon

The Mystery of the Pirate Ghost. This was one of my favorite books as a child.

The Ghost Bride by Yangsze Choo | Publisher: William Morrow & Company | Publication Date: August 6, 2013 | yschoo.com | Historical Fiction #ghosts #paranormal

Roald Dahl's Book of Ghost Stories - The much beloved genius of eccentric children's tales indulges his darkside with this collection of fourteen of his favourite creepy tales including Sheridan Le Fanu and Edith Wharton.

In 1872 the American merchant vessel Mary Celeste was discovered adrift off the coast of Spain. Her cargo was intact and there was no sign of struggle, but the crew was gone. They were never found. This maritime mystery lies at the center of an intricate narrative branching through the highest levels of late-nineteenth-century literary society.

'The Island of Lost Maps' by Miles Harvey, tells the story of a curious crime spree: the theft of scores of valuable centuries-old maps from some of the most prominent research libraries in the United States and Canada. The perpetrator was Gilbert Joseph Bland, Jr., an enigmatic antiques dealer from South Florida, whose cross-country slash-and-dash operation had gone virtually undetected.