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Baraboo, Wisconsin

The House On Foster Hill, 2017

Knoxville, Tennessee

Fat Cat Takes the Cake, 2016

"I wish everyone could have my childhood, lugging armfuls of books home every week from the library and devouring them. I visited strange lands and other times, and made good friends with fictional characters that stay with me today."

Coronado, California

Animal Parts, 2016

Mission Viejo, California

A Margin of Lust, 2017

"I often go to the library to write. Sitting in the stacks, I feel surrounded by a community of cheerleaders, comrades, and co-conspirators. The incredible imagination and fortitude represented by books on the shelves inspires me to keep on. Libraries are magical."

Alexandria, Virginia

DEVIL'S BREATH, 2017

"If it weren't for libraries, I wouldn't be a writer."

Madison, Wisconsin

Carpe Diem, Illinois, 2014

"Libraries -- where adventures happen."

Burlington, Kentucky

Look Live (Book 5, Caught Dead in Wyoming), 2016

"On writing: We have more power than ever before. We take 26 letters and go create universes. On library enthusiasts: One sign of a book lover: When it's raining, books get covered by the raincoat first. Person gets covered second."

Westfield, New Jersey

A Stitch To Die For (An Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mystery, Book 5), 2015

"From the time I learned to read the library provided me with an escape from an unhappy childhood, introducing me to new worlds and new possibilities that gave me hope for a brighter future."

Chicago, Illinois

The Day I Died, 2017

"I owe libraries everything, including my mystery writing career. When I was 12, I had read the entire kids' section of my library, so they sent me upstairs to the adult books. But I was sure I wasn't supposed to be there, so I ducked into the first room so I wouldn't get sent back down. It was the mystery room, where I discovered Agatha Christie and Mary Higgins Clark. The mystery room is precisely where I needed to be."

Malibu, California

Never Fear: The Tarot, 2016

"Growing up in Hawaii, I attended Punahou school from grades K through twelve. Each section of campus had its own marvelous magical labyrinth for an inquisitive girl to wander, touching spines and guessing at mysteries. Nearly forty years later, I still enjoy wandering through aisles of books, brushing my hands along the covers and feeling the excitement of stories yet unknown."

Seattle, Washington

A Fatal Twist, 1017

Portland, Oregon

Abraham Lincoln in Court & Campaign , 2017

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