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The new Ken Burns documentary, The Roosevelts, is currently airing on PBS. Here are some complimentary materials dealing with Theodore, Franklin, and Eleanor:
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Ordinary grace / William Kent Krueger
Looking for a great mystery? The Mystery Writers of America say Ordinary Grace is the best mystery of year. Teenager Frank Drum is expecting a very normal summer when an unexpected tragedy strikes throws him into an adult world he doesn't quite understand. Dennis Lehane's fans will love this one.
Midnight crossroad / Charlaine Harris
If you miss Sookie Stackhouse, pick up a copy of Midnight Crossoad. The small town of Midnight Texas features a practicing witch, a telephone psychic, and a vampire who works in the local pawn shop. This new series offers the perfect combination of magic and mystery.
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