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Tuesday, June 02, 2020

Don't miss Greetings From Ventnor City, the newest title in Jane Kellys Meg Daniels mystery series from Information Today, Inc.’s sister company, Plexus Publishing, Inc.

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"Greetings From Ventnor City has it all: a gripping mystery, twists and turns, and Kelly’s signature humor! Don’t miss this one."
—Lisa Regan, USA TODAY and Wall Street Journal bestselling crime fiction author
Meg Daniels, who has solved several local mysteries thanks to her amateur sleuthing, meets a woman asking 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. Rock idol Xander Frost, who has been trying to make friends with Meg in the hopes of learning how ordinary people live, persuades Meg to take the case, and the unlikely duo travel up and down the Jersey Shore and beyond to interview the people who had known Sarah Johnson best. As they retrace her steps—and Meg gets a taste of the rock star life—they discover that there might be a sinister reason the trail has been cold for so long. Was she a rebellious teenager who got swept up in the counterculture and broke free of her restrictive family? Or did someone want her out of the way ... permanently?
"Meg Daniels is in it again, and readers are in for yet another exhilarating ride of twists and turns. Greetings From Ventnor City had me alternately laughing and cringing at Meg’s trademark wit, unusual experiences, and unerring ability to dig out the truth, come hell or high water."
—Jane Gorman, author of the Adam Kaminski mystery series

303 pp/trade paperback | ISBN 978-1-940091-06-8 | $14.95
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Closing and Reopening: COVID-19's Impact on Law Library Services
by Amber Boedigheimer
The types of patrons visiting a law library during this unprecedented time are in flux. For example, while many individuals are adhering to the stay-at-home order that was issued in Oregon in March, the homeless population is as in need as ever. This has presented a challenge for law libraries that remain open to the public.

Weekly News Digests
The New York Times' Photos of the Nationwide Protests Against Police Violence and Racism
The New York Times published a photo essay and map, last updated on June 1, of the protests that have occurred in more than 140 cities across the U.S.
Urban Libraries Council's 'Statement on the Role of Libraries in Dismantling Systemic Racism'
On June 1, Susan Benton, president and CEO of the Urban Libraries Council (ULC), made a statement saying, "The Urban Libraries Council stands with the #BlackLivesMatter movement and all who are calling for immediate, collective action to end the systemic racism and inequity entrenched in our communities."
APA President Explains the Toll of 'Living in a Racism Pandemic'
Sandra L. Shullman, president of the American Psychological Association (APA), made a statement on "the mental health consequences of recent high-profile violent events targeting African Americans."
COVID-19 NEWS: 'Exact Editions Freezes Institutional Subscription Prices for 2020/2021'
Exact Editions announced, "The prices of digital institutional subscriptions to hundreds of magazine archives through … Exact Editions will be frozen for the 2020/2021 academic year."
COVID-19 NEWS: Patron Point Is 'Helping Libraries Configure Notices as They Re-open Their Locations'
Patron Point announced that libraries using Patron Point Notices are getting some new features to help them reopen their branches. Right now, these are available for Sierra ILS users, but Patron Point is working on developing these updates for Polaris and Horizon/Symphony as well as other systems.
'Copyright Alliance Statement on Book Publishers' Infringement Suit Against Internet Archive'
The Copyright Alliance issued a statement on the Association of American Publishers' lawsuit against the Internet Archive (IA), which alleges copyright infringement on behalf of multiple U.S. book publishers.

NewsLink Spotlight
Libraries Making the Most of Their Resources: A Roundup
by Brandi Scardilli
We're always looking to celebrate the innovative programs and services all types of libraries come up with to serve their communities, no matter the circumstances. Here's a sampling of NewsBreaks' and Information Today's coverage of libraries over the past couple of years.

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