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Better Late Than Never by Jenn McKinlay
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it was amazing

In Better Late than Never by Jenn McKinlay, the library is having a day of amnesty, when people can turn in late books for no fees. Paula, the new librarian, finds a book in perfect condition that is 20 years overdue. In curiosity, they get Ms. Cole to look up who checked out the book 20 years earlier, which sends her into a hyperventilating fit. They learn that the book was checked out by Candice Whitley, the deeply-loved young English teacher known for making a significant difference among her students. But adding to this drama, Candice checked out the book, The Catcher in the Rye, a book about teenage angst, which suits the situation of the young people she taught, on the very day she was murdered. She was strangled and then laid out carefully under the bleachers of the football field.

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June 30, 2017 – Shelved

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