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Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Want more mystery in your life? Plexus Publishing, Inc. has a series of whodunits set at the Jersey shore: The Meg Daniels Mysteries by Jane Kelly

Available in print or ebook (from Amazon, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble); click on each book for details.

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Killing Time in Ocean City

After being jolted from a sound sleep by police early in her vacation, Meg Daniels discovers that her former boss has turned up dead near her rented beach house in Ocean City, New Jersey. A series of suspicious circumstances turn Meg into a prime suspect in his murder, and the evidence against her seems to be mounting every minute.

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Cape Mayhem

Meg Daniels arrives in Cape May for what should have been a romantic off-season holiday, but instead finds herself in the middle of a mystery. Overnight, a certain female guest at the Parsonage Bed & Breakfast has undergone an impossible transformation. Suspecting foul play, Meg enlists a hunky investigator in the local DA’s office, as well as the B&B’s spunky co-owner, to help her.

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Wrong Beach Island

Meg never had the displeasure of meeting Dallas Spenser, but when the body of the prosperous Brit washes up on Long Beach Island with a bullet in the back, it immediately derails her romantic vacation plans. She and her significant other, P.I. Andy Beck, had hoped to be sailing the Caribbean by now, but Spenser’s murder presents some serious obstacles.

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Missing You in Atlantic City

While Andy slaves away at a hotel-casino security job, Meg is doing her best to sleep late, limit her exercise, and get plenty of sand between her toes. Too much free time on this gals hands always spells trouble, and on this trip it comes courtesy of Johnny Angelini, an Atlantic City lounge singer who was just an infant in 1964 when his mother disappeared without a trace. Meg hits the Boardwalk running to solve the 50-year-old case and bring some closure for Johnny.

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Greetings From Ventnor City

A woman recognizes Meg as the amateur sleuth who recently solved a mysterious disappearance from the 1960s, and she asks for help in learning the fate of the sister she last knew as a 19-year-old who ran away from her Ventnor home in 1968.

NewsBreaks
How Librarians Should Approach Discussing Sensitive Topics Such as Roe v. Wade
by Amber Boedigheimer
My library, the Linn County Law Library in Oregon—along with many other libraries throughout the U.S.—works with constituents who have concerns about sensitive issues such as abortion, women's rights, and homelessness. The methods used to eliminate concerns or confusion over sensitive issues may vary, but there are some best practices that can be used to deliver or discuss sensitive information with patrons. 

Weekly News Digests
OCLC Completes Project to Continue Helping Libraries Leverage Linked Data
OCLC announced the completion of a project "to develop a shared entity management infrastructure that supports linked data initiatives in the library community. As a result of this effort, OCLC has released millions of authoritative WorldCat Entities through a publicly searchable website and will continue to partner with libraries to develop the tools needed to fully incorporate linked data into library workflows and improve resource discovery through connections."
The Urban Libraries Council Unveils Student Success Accelerator Interactive Map
The Urban Libraries Council (ULC) introduced the Student Success Accelerator, "an interactive map that showcases public libraries across the United States that are pioneering a national approach that for the first time brings local elected officials, school and library executives together and their collective resources for student learning in and outside the classroom."
Evan-Moor Educational Publishers Joins CCC's Annual Copyright License for Curriculum & Instruction
CCC (Copyright Clearance Center) announced that Evan-Moor Educational Publishers—a provider of PreK–8 educational resources for teachers and parents—is participating in its Annual Copyright License for Curriculum & Instruction.
East African Wild Life Society's Digital Magazine Comes to Exact Editions
Exact Editions announced that individuals and institutions that are "interested in conservation & biodiversity can now digitally subscribe to Swara Magazine, the quarterly magazine of the East African Wild Life Society (EAWLS)."
SAGE Signs Its First Read-and-Publish OA Agreement With a U.S. University
SAGE signed a transformative OA agreement with Penn State University "to expand access to scholarly content and increase visibility of Penn State research."

NewsLink Spotlight
EDI Perspectives, Part 2
by Gwen M. Gregory
Gwen M. Gregory, associate dean for collections management at Northern Illinois University's Founders Memorial Library, writes a column for Information Today that explores issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI, sometimes referred to as DEI) in the information industry. Here's a look at her columns from September 2021 to March 2022.

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