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Little, Crazy Children: A True Crime Tragedy

This book about an unsolved murder that continues to haunt an affluent suburb of Cleveland is an optional purchase for libraries in the region.

True Crime Addict: How I Lost Myself in the Mysterious Disappearance of Maura Murray

An entrancing, brilliant next step for fans of the podcast Serial, Netflix's Making a Murderer, and other true crime cases.

The Great Forgetting

Renner is skilled at constructing intricate puzzles in his books (such as in the marvelous The Man from Primrose Lane). Here, the author makes the most outlandish conspiracies plausible not only to his protagonist but to readers as well. Inventive Easter eggs are scattered throughout as part of the alternative history that Cole is convinced we have forgotten. The plot might be over the top, but it's a fun ride.

The Man from Primrose Lane

Compelling, genre-twisting, and explicit in description, this title confounds and entertains readers with a tale that exploits both obsession and reality. (Xpress Reviews, 3/18/12)

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