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March reads...
  • Inn Keeping With Murder, Lynn Bohart (Cozy, Mystery)
  • Mis-Fortune Cookies, Willie Stewart Sr. (Mystery, Short Story)
  • To Dance with the White Dog: A Novel of Life, Loss, Mystery and Hope, Terry Kay (Fiction, Aging, Mystery)
  • Last Call, Rob Cornell (Mystery)
  • Miss Dairy Queen, Kathy Pratt (Romance, Cozy)
  • Head Hunters, Charlie Cole (Espionage)
  • Self-Made Man: One Woman's Journey into Manhood and Back Again (Gender, Culture, Relationships)
  • Color Tour: A North Michigan Murder Mystery, Aaron Stander (Mystery)
  • 3500: An Autistic Boy's Ten-Year Romance with  Snow White, Ron Miles (Biography, Autism, Family)
  • Stuck in the Middle, Virginia Smith (Cozy, Romance)
  • Five Days in Skye, Carla Lauriano (Cozy, Romance)
  • Tonight We Die As Men: The Untold Story of Third Battalion 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment from Toccoa to D-Day, Ian Gardner and Roger Day (Biography, History, WWII)*
  • The Korean Word for Butterfly, James Zerndt (Fiction, Culture, S. Korea)
  • Just Like a Musical, Milena Veen (Cozy, Mystery)
  • If Only I Could Talk: A Canine Adventure, Tony Lewis (Animals, Fiction)
  • Must Love Otters, Eliza Gordon (Cozy, Romance)
  • Houdini: A Life Worth Reading, Higher Read (Biography, Magic)
  • Girl Sleuth: Nancy Drew and the Women Who Created Her (Biography, Culture, Women's History)
  • Breaking News, J.D. Rader and Michael Gudgell (Mystery, Thriller)
  • Enchanted, Inc., Shawna Swendon (Fantasy, Humor, Cozy)
  • The God Patent, Ransom Stephens (Intellectual Property, Thriller)
  • Babe: The Legend Comes to Life, Robert W. Creamer (Biography, Baseball)
  • Sweet Revenge, Diane Mott Davidson (Cozy, Mystery)
  • Fatally Flaky, Diane Mott Davidson (Cozy, Mystery)
  • Crunch Time, Diane Mott Davidson (Cozy, Mystery)
  • The Whole Enchilada, Diane Mott Davidson (Cozy, Mystery)
  • The Mad Sculptor: The Maniac, the Model, and the Murder that Shook the Nation, Harold Schecter (Biography, True Crime)
*"God almighty!  In a few short hours we will be in battle with the enemy.  We do not join battle afraid.  We do not ask favors or indulgence but as that, if you will, use us as your instrument for the right and an aid in returning peace to the world.  We do not know or seek what our fate will be.  We only ask this, that if die we must, that we die as men would die, without complaining, without pleading and safe in the feeling that we have done our best for what we believe was right.  Oh Lord!  Protect our love ones and be near us in the fire ahead, and with us now as we each pray to you."