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The Modern Library: 100 Best Novels     View
"The Modern Library Board has selected and what it considers to be the best novels published in the English language since 1900." Visitors to the site can also vote on what they think the best novels are. Registration is required to vote, but anyone ...

MPPL Genre Fiction Book Lists and Suggestions     View
Reader's Advisory lists developed by the Mount Prospect Public Library. Can be used to access book lists by genres such as fantasy, historical fiction, romance, mystery, suspense, westerns, etc.

Author Bibliographies     View
A collection of thousands of author bibliographies, organized alphabetically by author. After a month long free trial this site requires a paid registration to access the full lists.

National Education Association Read Across America Book Lists     View
The National Education Association features the Kid???s Top 100 Books lists and books recommended by teachers and celebrities. This site also includes lists of books about African Americans, Asian Americans, a Spanish/English bilingual booklist and ? ...

African American Mysteries     View
Brief, annotated selection of African American mystery novels with themes ranging from "bomb-defusing journalists to investigators descended from Voodoo Queens." Other African American fiction reading lists can be found by clicking on ...

The Internet Top 100 Science Fiction and Fantasy List     View
List of the Top 100 Science Fiction and Fantasy books, as rated by anyone who takes the time to send their votes in to the site. The list is updated monthly and books are ranked by their diffused averages.

Delicious Death: Agatha Christie Works List     View
This website features images of thousands of covers of English and non-English language versions of Agatha Christie mystery books and plays (and works written under the name of Mary Westmacott). Also includes a Christie chronology, and a brief plot d ...

The Margery Allingham Society     View
Founded in 1988, this society is dedicated to the life and work of one of the great writers of the golden age of detective fiction. You'll find her biography, a bibliography of her work, an article about Phillip Carter Youngman (a writer and Allingha ...

Get a Clue @ Your Library     View
Material from California for the 2007 summer reading program for children, and for the associated teen reading program "YNK -- You Never Know @ Your Library," and adult program "Summer Sleuthing at Your Library." Features idea ...

A David Dodge Companion     View
This well-designed site offers a complete bibliography of the works of this Berkeley-born writer (author of "To Catch a Thief," filmed by Alfred Hitchcock) who specialized in mystery fiction but also wrote plays and whimsical travel essays. ...



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