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Families can crack the case during a fairy tale-themed game of Clue

Grab your pixie dust and get on the case. Families can play a Fairy Tale-themed, super-sized game of Clue at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 2, at our Main Branch. We’re transforming our Village Room into an enormous game board where … Continue reading

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October is Mystery Month at Mentor Public Library

October is Mystery Month at Mentor Public Library! We’re celebrating with 31 days of mystery and true-crime authors, as well as more programs and speakers that investigate the mysterious and macabre, including: Vivien Chien, author of the excellent Noodle Shop … Continue reading

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Meet mystery author D.M. Pulley at Mentor Library

Best-selling and award-winning mystery writer D.M. Pulley will talk about her newest book, No One’s Home, when she visits our Main Branch at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 8. The only thing Pulley loves more than a good mystery is … Continue reading

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Edgar Allan Poe’s love of cryptography

When you remember Edgar Allan Poe, you tend to think of people getting dismembered, buried or burnt alive. Consequently, a lot of the programs during our Know Poe month this July are aimed toward teens and adults. But we didn’t … Continue reading

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