Community Read 2019 is over – but the conversations and relationships it sparked continue. And that was the point.
Looking for new book ideas? Spring into a new book with these recommendations.
Three mystery series combine genres to feature women as the primary detective in historical fiction stories and produce unlikely heroes for their day.
Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give, makes the political personal, and that’s what she believes makes her an activist.
Take a trip to Ireland with these five great reads as seen on WCNC Charlotte Today.
The 16th and 26th U.S. presidents, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt respectively, are key players in two separate new mystery series featuring amateur detectives in the White House.
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Revisit your favorite mystery and detective books from 2018 with three of our favorites.
Writer Janet Evanovich returns with the newest in her comic, mystery bounty hunter series marking number 25, entitled Look Alive Twenty-Five, in its books titled by the number format.
Dana Eure, the Library's associate director of lifelong learning, made a guest appearance on WCNC's "Charlotte Today" on Thursday and shared six hilarious books in preparation for National Tell A Joke Day on Aug. 16.