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The Mystery in New York City (Real Kids, Real Places)

by Carole Marsh

  • 380 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Gallopade International .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7624433M
ISBN 100635021005
ISBN 109780635021007
OCLC/WorldCa70867770

  New York City is a dynamic setting for mysteries - the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Grand Central Station, Yankee stadium, the subway, Central Park. Here s new and favorite mysteries, all set in New York, from Harlem to Staten Island, East Side, West Side, Ellis Island, and Fifth Ave. Mystery writers all have their favorite settings and today I’d like to kick-start a discussion about writers who set their mysteries in New York City and how they create characters who embody that upscale yet gritty setting—from Rhys Bowen’s Molly Murphy, an early 20th-century immigrant who wants to be a private investigator to Lawrence Block’s Bernie Rhodenbarr, a burglar and Author: Joyce Yarrow.

  Middle School Mystery Books for Seventh Graders Finding Mighty by Sheela Chari. Along the train lines north of New York City, twelve-year-old neighbors Myla and Peter search for the link between Myla’s necklace and the disappearance of Peter’s brother, : Tirzah Price.   Immigration and immigration stories are central to New York City (past, present, and future), and this novel does something that many aspire to: It beautifully communicates love, loss, and the experience of leaving one place and trying to create a life in a new one.

  In a city with as many moods as New York, and as many ethnic histories running in parallel, fiction is essential transportation. There are no original 18th . Mystery Series. The Cutting Place by Jane Casey (April 3) – book #9 in the Maeve Kerrigan crime thriller series. Fake Truth by Lee Goldberg (April 7) – book #3 in the Ian Ludlow thriller series. Who Speaks for the Damned by C.S. Harris (April 7) – book #15 in the Sebastian St. Cyr historical mystery series. Hidden Salem by Kay Hooper (April 7) – book #19 in the Bishop/SCU paranormal.


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