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The inferno collection

Author: Jacqueline Seewald
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Five Star, 2007.
Series: Five Star romance.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Kim Reynolds, a college reference librarian, suddenly finds herself embroiled in mystery when her friend Lorette dies unexpectedly. The police dismiss Lorette's demise as a suicide because of the drugs found in her blood, but she's been clean a long time. Then there are the literary-based death threats. Kim's own psychic powers are matched by those of police detective Mike Gardner, and together they try to discover  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Mystery fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacqueline Seewald
ISBN: 1594145768 9781594145766
OCLC Number: 77716745
Description: 257 p. ; 23 cm.
Series Title: Five Star romance.
Responsibility: Jacqueline Seewald.

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Kim Reynolds, a college reference librarian, suddenly finds herself embroiled in mystery when her friend Lorette dies unexpectedly. The police dismiss Lorette's demise as a suicide because of the drugs found in her blood, but she's been clean a long time. Then there are the literary-based death threats. Kim's own psychic powers are matched by those of police detective Mike Gardner, and together they try to discover the circumstances behind Lorette's death. Interesting characters abound, including Wendell Firbin, Kim's creepy, callous library supervisor, who gets just a little too defensive every time she asks him about the Inferno Collection, the Victorian term for a set of library materials locked away from general use. Since the Inferno Collection is one of the last things Lorette asked Kim about, it just might hold the key to her death. Seewald's take on the dark side of academia will make readers glad their course work is finished. -- Mosley, Shelley (Reviewed 05-15-2007) (Booklist, vol 103, number 18, p24).

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Romantic Mystery Thriller Is an Original

by MonteRichard (WorldCat user published 2009-05-09) Excellent Permalink

This novel is a fast-paced thriller that combines elements of mystery with romance and the paranormal. The heroine is an academic librarian who is asked to discover if there's an inferno collection hidden away in her university's library. When her friend is murdered, Kim Reynolds is determined to...
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