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An umbrella group for all those bookstore clerks, publishers, and distributors, past and present, that love what they do!
Building a SciFi/Fantasy Library
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— last activity Sep 23, 2015 07:46AM
Add your science-fiction or fantasy books to the list, but make sure it's not already there. . .no need for duplicate entries.
What's The Name of That Book???
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Can't remember the title of a book you read a while back? Come search our archives and shelves, and if we haven't already solved for your book, post aCan't remember the title of a book you read a while back? Come search our archives and shelves, and if we haven't already solved for your book, post a description on our message board and we can try to help each other out.
***Note: Provide a brief description of your book in the subject line, as opposed to something vague like "Help!" or "Can't Remember This Book" and you will be more likely to catch the eye of someone familiar with your book.
If you're helping someone find a book, please give suggestions only when you recognize the book or when you have very good reason to believe it's the book being requested. Thank you.
If you've requested help finding a book, please remember to return and check if another member has found it. Check both the unsolved and possibly solved folders. If you've found your book, please change the topic title and the thread's folder to the proper solved folder. Also, please add the found book to the group's bookshelves or request that they be added. Please post a post saying the book was found; you can ask for help with doing the above housekeeping tasks in that message.
If you're searching for more than one book, start a new thread for each book.
I thought it would be cool to start shelving all the forgotten books we've helped each other find. Feel free to add on or change the edition/cover of the book you were reunited with.
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— last activity Sep 02, 2015 04:58PM
This group is for writers to plug their books. It is also for readers who are searching for new books to read. Come join us!
The Mystery, Crime, and Thriller Group
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Sep 2015/ Oct 2015 Group Reads - Trust No One by Paul Cleave and The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie _ _ _ _ _ “It was a dark and stormy niSep 2015/ Oct 2015 Group Reads - Trust No One by Paul Cleave and The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie _ _ _ _ _
“It was a dark and stormy night. Lightning flashed and thunder rolled across the sky. Rain spattered a mysterious, hooded stranger who peered over the hedgerow at the darkened, quiet house.”
Do lines like these quicken your heartbeat and pique your interest? Then Welcome to the Mystery, Crime and Thriller Group! This is the place for you.
Join our intrepid moderators, “DCI” Donna, “Sherlock” Hayes, Nancy “Drew”, and “Cat Burglar” Bill as we read and discuss our favourites, recommend new authors and explore the Genre.
This is the meeting place for readers to discuss their favourites and recommend new authors, and the place for budding and established mystery, crime and thriller writers to introduce us to their efforts. You can travel into the past to discover great characters like Sherlock Holmes, Inspector Maigret and others; journey around the world to other countries and meet Aussie Phryne Fisher, Norwegian Harry Hole and so many others; just relax on your couch and experience the wonders of Hercule Poirot, Lord Peter Wimsey, etc; or hard-boiled, tired gumshoes like Travis McGee and Kinsey Milhone. Of course, this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the wonderfully varied world that is Mystery, Crime and Thrillers.
Join us and have a great time!
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