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Amelia Anne Is Dead and Gone - Kat Rosenfield
Overachiever Becca has only one plan: to escape her small town and go into the wide world. But when a young woman -- just a little older than Becca -- is found dead at the side of the road, Becca is paralyzed. Amelia Anne and Becca: dead and alive, starting college and ending college, so different and yet strangely twinned. Lyrical and haunting.

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Paper Towns - John Green
Arguably John Green's best written but least read, this is a mystery of sorts, about a boy who can't quite let go of his longtime crush, even when she ups and disappears.

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Trojan Gold - Elizabeth Peters
Peters is a modern master of mystery, known for her historical (and fantastic) Amelia Peabody series, but her Vicky Bliss books are just as good. Museum curator Vicky Bliss finds herself following a mysterious photo in a blood-stained envelope in search of the missing gold of Troy, but she's not the only one searching and soon bullets are flying.



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Fake ID - Walter Sorrells
Call Number: FIC SOR
Chass Pureheart doesn't know her real name, and when her mom disappears on her sixteenth birthday, Chass has to find out who she really is in order to save her mother. Fast, furious, edge of your seat -- and there's a sequel!


Did you like The Da Vinci Code?

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The Third Secret - Steve Berry
Call Number: FIC BER (paperback rack)
ISBN: 0345476131
Visions of the Virgin Mary, the Vatican, secret and lies: fast and crazy and utterly enjoyable!


Gothic Mystery

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The Thirteenth Tale - Lynn Setterfield
Call Number: FIC SET
A young woman comes to help an aging star write her memoirs. The tale involves twins, feral children, old mysteries, and more. Atmospheric and moody, this one will keep you turning pages long into the night.


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