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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Black History Month Online Resource

February is Black History Month and this week’s website, Shmoop.com salutes those -- from the biggest names to the most ordinary people -- who've shaped the African American experience over nearly 400 years. From David Walker to Toni Morrison, from Malcolm X to Jay-Z, they've got you covered. http://www.shmoop.com/history/

New Fiction Books include: “The Scandal Of The Season” by Sophie Gee; “Wildwood Road” by Christopher Golden; “Taste Of Honey” by Eileen Goudge; “I, Sniper” by Stephen Hunter; “Heat Wave” by Jill Marie Landis; “Straight From The Hip” by Susan Mallery; “Hot On Her Heels” by Susan Mallery; “Hot Rocks” by Nora Roberts.

New Mystery Fiction Books include: “True Blue” by David Baldacci; “As The World Churns: A Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery With Recipes” by Tamar Myers; “I, Alex Cross” by James Patterson; “The Laughter Of Dead Kings” by Elizabeth Peters; “The First Rule” by Robert Crais; “The Fleet Street Murders” by Charles Finch; “U Is For Undertow” by Sue Grafton.

New CDs includes: “Susan Boyle: I Dreamed A Dream”; “Andrea Bocelli: My Christmas”; “Carrie Underwood: Play On”; “Daughtry: Leave This Town”; “Jordin Sparks: Battlefield”; “Colbie Caillat: Breakthrough”; “Michael Buble: Crazy Love”.

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