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If You Like Amateur Sleuths - Male (Hennepin County Library, MN): Author, title, publication year, summary, webcat link for about 15 books featuring male amateur sleuths. Amateur Sleuths (Deschutes PL, OR): Author, title, webcat link, cover image (most), and subject listings for 10 titles. 2009 Mysteries Featuring Bumbling Detectives (Karen Kleckner and Frances Miller, Fiction-L): (Not necessarily amateur detectives, just detectives acting amateurishly.) Author and titles or series name for about 20 titles/series featuring bumbling detectives, from M. Beaton's Agatha Raisin series to Ayelet Waldman's Juliet Applebaum series. Wildlife Crime Booklist (Overbooked): 'Crime Fiction featuring the great outdoors and wild life.' Author, title, publication info, and summary for 16 titles by 8 authors, all with starred reviews from reviewing journals. Equestrian (Cozy) Mysteries (Cozy Mystery List): Brief info, with links, about 10 cozy series featuring horses. Listed in a chart by alphabetical order by author's last name, includes titles, main characters, publication info, location/academic institutions. Campus Crimes (Supper Sleuths, Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, MA): Mysteries about libraries, booksellers, and authors. Book and Book Publishing Mysteries (Reader's Advice): 'Mysteries set in and around the worlds of publishing, book selling & collecting, and libraries.' Author, title, and Amazon link for about 130 titles, from Isaac Asimov's to Kate White's Bailey Weggins series. The mystery is usually solved by an amateur detective who understands human nature and is gifted in observation and deduction. Cozy Mysteries (Wake County PL, NC): Author, title, webcat link, and summary for 25 novels, by Mignon Franklin Ballard, Jonnie Jacobs, Leslie Meier, Anne George, Sarah Graves, Jeanne M. Cozies (Reader's Advice): 'Mysteries with a minimum of direct action and little blood, solved by genteel detectives in comfortable surroundings.' Author, title, and Amazon link for about 35 series and a handful of other titles, from Peter E. Cozy Life (and Death) in a Village (Diane Brunson, Bay County Library System, MI): Newspaper column with a paragraph each on about a half dozen village cozies, including those by Agatha Christie, M. Com): Lots of detail on nine wedding and four honeymoon mysteries. (Skip ads at top of page.) Summer Sleuthing (Terry Frey Weingart, Suite 101. year, summary for about 45 novels and a few story collections, from Susan Wittig Albert's . Author and title for about 15 titles, from by Kathy Hogan Trochek. Com): Author, title and Amazon link for more than 100 Halloween mysteries. Christmas Fiction (Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, MA): List of 50 Christmas mysteries, with author, title, publication data, and links to catalog information on each. More Holiday Mystery Favorites (Terry Frey Weingart, Suite 101. Janet Evanovich Booklist (Overbooked): 'Books featuring strong, sassy female leads, offbeat characters, bounty hunters, more than a hint of romance, and humor.' Many received starred reviews from reviewing journals. Author, title, webcat link, cover image and summary for about 15 series, by Deborah Crombie, Erin Hart, Jim Kelly, Reginald Hill, PD James, Barry Maitland, et al. The stories tend to be fast-paced, harder edged, and told in the first person narrative.' Author, first title in series, pub. Political Fiction (Northbrook Public Library, IL) : Lists about 45 titles, with author and summaries, from Gary Aldrich and Mark Davis's Psychopaths and Serial Killers: Books to Keep You Up Nights (Lynne M. International Mysteries (Grand Rapids PL, MI): Author and title only for 30 mysteries, listed by country of setting.Amateur Sleuths (Overbooked): Author, title, publication info, and summary for 7 titles, all with starred reviews from reviewing journals. See also the separate lists of Amateur Sleuths: Couples; Amateur Sleuths: Housewives; and Amateur Sleuths: Seniors and Sweet Old Ladies. Animal Mysteries (Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, PA): Author, title, webcat link, and summary for 9 books about rats, cats, dogs, a gorilla, a horse, and animal rights activists. Author, title, publication year, protagonist name or occupation, and webcat link for about 50 series or single books, from Catherine Aird's . Academic Mysteries (Terry Frey Weingart, Suite 101. Book Store Owner Cozy Mysteries (Cozy Mystery List): Brief info, with links, about a dozen cozy series featuring book store owners. 'Cozy' is pretty much the opposite of 'hard-boiled.' COZIES: A SELECTIVE LIST (Helene Androski, University of Wisconsin): 'Each of the following authors wrote (or write) mysteries that contain most of the elements of a cozy: a minimum of violence, sex, and social relevance; the solution is arrived at by ratiocination or intuition rather than forensics and police procedure (or beating a confession out of someone); the murderer is indeed exposed and order restored at the end; the hero/ine is honorable and the other characters (often including the murderer) are well mannered and well-bred (except, of course, the servants); the setting is a closed community of some sort, such as a village, university, stately home.' Lists 60 authors, described their books generally. Cozy Mysteries (Marin County Free Library, CA): Two-page PDF file. Cozy Mystery Authors (Madison Public Library, WI): Lists author, series sharacters, character's profession, and character's hometown, for about 100 authors. A Selection of Cozy Mystery Authors & Their Sleuths (Windsor Locks Public Library, CT): Lists author and sleuth, and sometimes other info, for 45 cozy series, from Catherine Aird's Detective Inspector C. Sloan series to Dorothy Simpson's series featuring Luke Thanet (he's actually a detective inspector and the only one on the list, I believe, who's (continuing the Lord Peter Wimsey Mystery Series). Com): Detailed descriptions of over 20 mysteries set in summer, some on holidays. (Skip ads at top of page.) Mysteries Set in Hot Climates (Northbrook Public Library, IL) : Author, title, summary of each of 40 books, from Steve Allen's . Author, title, and summary for books, in title order, from by Anne Rivers Siddons. Thanksgiving Cornucopia of Murder (Terry Frey Weingart, Suite 101. My Shelf: Thanksgiving Mysteries (My Shelf.com) : Author and title only for about 30 Thanksgiving mysteries. Christmas Can Be Murder (Eileen Pearce, MLS): A compendium of about 175 murder mysteries (novels and short stories) with Christmas themes. Com): The plot of the books might be centered on the holiday or the holiday may be only in the background. Com): Lots of detail on about a dozen Christmas mysteries. Author, title, publication info, and summary/review for about a dozen titles, from by Sarah Strohmeyer. year, and webcat link for about 30 series featuring female PIs. Political Thrillers (Wolfner Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Jefferson City, MO): Lists 24 titles, with author and summaries for each title. Kennedy, Sachem Public Library, Holbrook, NY): A mix of horror books, thrillers, and mysteries. Vacation Mysteries (Marin County Free Library, CA): Two-page PDF file. Books are set in vacation spots or take place while the detective is on vacation.The Last Seer does make this very revealing statement. John is irrationally upset at Zeph for leaving the rest of them on the snowy planet with the unseeing ones and the holographic teacher. Boston born, Harvard educated Myles Leland III is played by Ted Atherton.

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From last episode, we know what year it is in the KILLJOYS universe.

It is six years after 10-5-6, and the date looks to be structured like dates in the Mayan Calendar. If one assumes that it is actually the Mayan calendar being used, and zero out the month and date, Mayan 10-5-6-0-0 converts to the Gregorian date 4 September 934 C. Which would mean that events in the KILLJOYS Universe actually transpire in Earth’s past.

Kill or be killed is the golden rule of the Game of Death. Now each one's head will explode unless they kill someone. See full summary » A twist on the slasher genre, following two death-obsessed teenage girls who use their online show about real-life tragedies to send their small mid-western town into a frenzy and cement their legacy as modern horror legends. And while I do have a heart for them, there is one major ingredient missing here, that would make it really good.

Don't get me wrong, I don't think it's bad, I'd say it is decent, but without any real charisma from our main characters, the connection between the viewer and the "heroes" is missing.

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