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« Reply #1500 on: December 18, 2014, 06:50:48 PM »

2 by 2 by 2

2 mysteries

Christopher Fowler's
The invisible code
10th in the peculiar crimes unit series

When a woman is mysteriously killed,  then a man meets an equally mysterious death, and then their apparent killer is killed in an accident, our heroes still have to decide who hired the killer and why, and do the deaths have anything to do with a scientific experiment gone wrong from many years ago, and relating to it, a man's suicide or was it murder?

If the book still retains its jacket, then there is a clue on the jacket as to who is the guilty parties. And the next book is suppose to take place here in America.

Ely Griffiths'
The outcast dead
6th in the Ruth Galloway series

When our heroine uncovers the skeleton of a woman with a hook for a left hand, who is buried in an odd place and in an odd position, then it looks like she has uncovered the final resting place of the notorious Madame Hook, who was hanged for the murder of one of the children in her care more than a century ago.

Every British author worth their salt does at least 1 book about children in peril. This is hers, and she does a good job with it, as he does a great 3-year old. Probably not because she remembers when she was 3, but she does have children and probably remembers what it was like, when they were 3.

2 non-fiction books

David Beasley's
Without mercy :
the stunning true story of race, crime, and corruption in the deep South.
1 more non-fiction book by the writer.

A time, when, if you were rich and white, you could practically buy your way out of jail, but if you were poor and black, then you were s*** out of luck, especially if you had the bad fortune to kill a white person.

Harriet Baukus'
Hidden treasures :
what museums can't or won't show you
5 more non-fiction books by the writer.

The reasons for the can't and/or won't are actually as interesting as what is not shown of the over 60 items from 56 different museums.

For reasons . . .
political -- legal -- and/or ethical.

Or too . . .
controversial -- sexist -- racist -- pornographic -- valuable -- old -- large -- fragile -- disgusting -- dangerous -- creepy -- and/or bizarre.

2 graphic novels

Bunn, Jones, Filardi, and Brisson
bk1: the witch war

A war between 2 witches with the populace caught between the 2.

Lobdell, Nicieza, and Green
Red Hood and the outlaws
v.3. death of the family

Next time: more 2 by 2 by 2. Till then . . .?
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